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#1 jerrysch

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Posted 10 March 2016 - 04:44 AM

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NEW LOWER PRICE...$48,000

 

 

 

2013 TOYOTA TACOMA SR5

55,000 HIGHWAY MILES.

NADA $29,000 + THE UPGRADES I PUT ON = $31,200

 

THE 2013 TACOMA HAS:

FIRESTONE AIRBAGS ON REAR

BILSTEIN 5100 SHOCKS ON REAR

2" LIFT SPACERS ON THE FRONT

BF GOODRICH ALL TERRAIN KO2  -  LT RATED (JUST PUT THEM ON)(STOCK SIZE)

WEATHER TECH FLOORMATS (FRONT AND REAR)

WEATHER TECH WINDOW VISORS (4)

AEM WASHABLE AIR FILTER

BUGSHIELD

FRONT WINDOW TINTING ADDED

HAD MY MUFFLER GUY DO 3" SIZE EXHAUST PIPE FROM THE CAT BACK AND

MAGNAFLOW MUFFLER AND RESONATOR (NICE SOUND, NOT TOO LOUD)

PRIMUS BRAKE CONTROLLER

 

THE 2015 FLEET CAMPER HAS THESE OPTIONS ADDED ON:

 

4 MECHANICAL CAMPER JACKS

100 WATT SOLAR PANEL ON ROOF

2-WAY 65 LITER REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER

FORCED AIR FURNACE WITH DIGITAL THERMOSTAT

DSI HOT WATER HEATER AND OUTSIDE SHOWER

FANTASTIC ROOF FAN

REAR LED FLOODLIGHTS

THERMAL PACK

BATTERY SYSTEM WITH 2 BIG AGM BATTERIES

FLUSH MOUNT SINK AND STOVE WITH COVERS

EXTERIOR GAS STRUT ROOF LIFT ASSIST

 

The price on the Fleet is $23.200 new, with included options.

NO BUILD TIME ON THIS ONE.  IT IS ALL SET UP ON THE TRUCK!!  READY TO GO.

 

PREFER SELLING AS PACKAGE.  $48,000.....

ACTUAL TOTAL VALUE: $54,400

 

ALL IS LIKE NEW.  CARED FOR VERY WELL.  GARAGED.  NO SCRATCHES/DAMAGE.

SYNTHETIC MOBIL 1 OIL USED IN TRUCK.

 

LOCATED IN WA STATE.

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#2 slosquirrel

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Posted 10 March 2016 - 05:20 AM

Interested in the camper but already have a 2nd gen Tacoma to put it on. Let me know if your interested in separating the package and what price you were thinking.
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Posted 16 March 2016 - 06:18 AM

For now I would like to see if I can sell it as a package.  I will have to see what happens as a package sale.  If I put it on RVtrader.com, I will probably sell it quickly.  I put it on here first to see if there is any interest on wander the west...


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Posted 17 March 2016 - 04:48 PM

pm sent


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Posted 19 March 2016 - 07:26 PM

MY LATEST THOUGHTS ON PRICE...

$29,000 FOR THE TRUCK  +  $19,000 FOR THE CAMPER =  $48,000

THATS A GOOD DEAL....


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Posted 26 March 2016 - 02:26 AM

I am interested in looking at the camper if you decide to seperate them.  I sent you a PM with some questions.  Thanks Brent


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Posted 30 March 2016 - 05:20 PM

No interest on the package deal?  Is it not a good idea to try and sell it that way?


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Posted 30 March 2016 - 06:11 PM

Just my thoughts on a package deal, since you asked. There is a large group of people out there looking for a good used truck to buy. There is a smaller group of people who have a truck already and are looking for a good camper. The smallest group is the one looking for a turnkey setup like yours and have the funds available to make that size of purchase.

 

I think you've done the right thing in first seeing if you can find a package deal buyer. If that's not working, it may be time to sell camper and truck separately. Best of luck with your sale.


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Posted 07 April 2016 - 11:38 PM

I have decided to get my price to $46,000....

$18,000 for the camper and $28,000 for the truck....  $46,000.

That is a great deal...


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Posted 08 April 2016 - 12:40 AM

I know you don't want to hear this, but it's priced too high.  You've got a three year old truck, probably some or most is out of warranty (or will be soon) and it has 55,000 miles.  That's half to one-third of its useful life, before significant maintenance is probably needed.  A new truck is a only several thousand dollars more and someone can make it their own.

 

Another thing is it's more difficult to get financing for used vehicles.  So, you're trying to sell a truck for close to what it would cost new.  A bank may want to finance someone, but they have to know if they need to repossess the vehicle and auction it because a person quit making the payments that the won't be so significantly upside down.  You have it priced higher than Kelly Blue Book, or at least on the high end of the scale.  If Toyota offers any rebates that brings MSRP down even a couple thousand bucks, there is no reason to buy a used truck (that is only a few years old) over a new one.

 

When I bought my camper the bank couldn't find an MSRP.  They found it in their computer and started adding options, but the price started at the "shell" price.  Adding options wasn't at MSRP either, so they never got to the full price I paid.  I had to give them the order sheet and manually enter a price for the camper.  The financing person was nervous about whether it was overpriced even at new.

 

So, you have multiple things working against you.  Trying to sell a vehicle that is only a couple/few years old is hard.  In order to price it right it has to be so close to new that a rebate makes buying new easier than buying used.  You've got a "niche" camper and most people option those campers based on what they want, not what someone else wants.

 

I think you'll have to drop the price on the truck by another $3k - $5k to make it attractive.  The camper is probably priced pretty well, maybe another $1k - $2k off would make a sale.  $46k isn't a great deal at all, it's ok.


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