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nayther

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Posted: 04/06/18 10:12am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just listed the toy hauler on craigslist. Sad but happy.

We've spent the last couple of weeks cleaning/emptying it. I cannot believe how much **** we had in that trailer!!!! I can hardly move in my garage with all the boxes stacked up.

Sure hope the new trailer comes sooner than anticipated, will feel funny not owning an RV.


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Posted: 04/06/18 11:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Maybe it's better to have no RV's knowing you will soon have one than having two RV's not knowing when you will only have one? [emoticon]

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Posted: 04/06/18 12:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

gbopp wrote:

Maybe it's better to have no RV's knowing you will soon have one than having two RV's not knowing when you will only have one? [emoticon]


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Good point, should have enough time, new trailer is still about 8 weeks out.

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It took us a long time to find the right buyer and close the deal with ours. You might not be RV-less after all.

I had a lot of lookie-loos and a lot of people who flat out didn't read the ad. Probably the #1 demographic was guys from Pt. Mugu who wanted a toy, but then got turned down by their wives.

I think your best bet for a used RV is someone from the trades who isn't afraid to maintain it. I finally met up with a plumber who was a great guy. I showed him all the good, the bad, and the ugly. He was really grateful to know what issues to keep an eye out for and he wasn't afraid to commit to the upkeep required of a 12 year old RV.

A couple of guys got under my skin when we met and I told them to pound sand. We had too many amazing years as a family in that RV to sell it to jerks like that.


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nayther

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Posted: 04/07/18 12:04pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

dedmiston wrote:

It took us a long time to find the right buyer and close the deal with ours. You might not be RV-less after all.

I had a lot of lookie-loos and a lot of people who flat out didn't read the ad. Probably the #1 demographic was guys from Pt. Mugu who wanted a toy, but then got turned down by their wives.

I think your best bet for a used RV is someone from the trades who isn't afraid to maintain it. I finally met up with a plumber who was a great guy. I showed him all the good, the bad, and the ugly. He was really grateful to know what issues to keep an eye out for and he wasn't afraid to commit to the upkeep required of a 12 year old RV.

A couple of guys got under my skin when we met and I told them to pound sand. We had too many amazing years as a family in that RV to sell it to jerks like that.


Did you list it anywhere but Craigslist Dave?

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Posted: 04/08/18 08:09am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

nayther wrote:

dedmiston wrote:

It took us a long time to find the right buyer and close the deal with ours. You might not be RV-less after all.

I had a lot of lookie-loos and a lot of people who flat out didn't read the ad. Probably the #1 demographic was guys from Pt. Mugu who wanted a toy, but then got turned down by their wives.

I think your best bet for a used RV is someone from the trades who isn't afraid to maintain it. I finally met up with a plumber who was a great guy. I showed him all the good, the bad, and the ugly. He was really grateful to know what issues to keep an eye out for and he wasn't afraid to commit to the upkeep required of a 12 year old RV.

A couple of guys got under my skin when we met and I told them to pound sand. We had too many amazing years as a family in that RV to sell it to jerks like that.


Did you list it anywhere but Craigslist Dave?


There and Facebook.

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just got a text from a family friend (next generation) that is very interested in the trailer, saw it on Facebook! Would be totally awesome to sell it to them, wonderful family that we've ridden with and known forever and they just had their first baby.

Fingers crossed he can work it out, would be great to see someone that we know carry on the legacy.

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nayther wrote:

just got a text from a family friend (next generation) that is very interested in the trailer, saw it on Facebook! Would be totally awesome to sell it to them, wonderful family that we've ridden with and known forever and they just had their first baby.

Fingers crossed he can work it out, would be great to see someone that we know carry on the legacy.


Made it happen, sold it to them. Had to drop the price farther than I'd like but it's sold!

Now can't wait until late May/early June for the new one.

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Posted: 04/24/18 04:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

nayther wrote:

nayther wrote:

just got a text from a family friend (next generation) that is very interested in the trailer, saw it on Facebook! Would be totally awesome to sell it to them, wonderful family that we've ridden with and known forever and they just had their first baby.

Fingers crossed he can work it out, would be great to see someone that we know carry on the legacy.


Made it happen, sold it to them. Had to drop the price farther than I'd like but it's sold!

Now can't wait until late May/early June for the new one.


Wow. That was really quick. I'm happy for you.

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without going through all your old posts what's your next toyhauler going to be?


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