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used touring caravan guide prices??????

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mlw69076y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
Help... can anyone recommend a site where we can find out roughly how much a second hand touring caravan is worth???
many thanks in advance
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mlw69076y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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Pluun#1
Dunno m8 but I'll be watching as I need to know as well.
mlw6907#2
Pluun
Dunno m8 but I'll be watching as I need to know as well.


I cant believe how hard it is... I've tried google. I just want a rough idea.. fingers crossed
superskilly#3
what is it? make model, year condition etc
mlw6907#4
superskilly
what is it? make model, year condition etc


Freelander CSL 2006, fixed bed, had from brand new, only used for 2 weekends away, excellent condition.
Pluun#5
I just want a value so I don't pay too much insurance.
It's doubled since last year.
Got a Hobby Prestige 460T 1989 and in lovely nick.
Had mine from new too.
superskilly#6
If you get a book can't remeber its name they usually have a list in the magazines. Had a look on ebaybut here isnt any, try autotrader etc.

What price you thinking? im looking for one.. what area are you in?
cis_groupie#7
I can direct you to a cliff where your caravan will end up being worth nothing:whistling:

(Sorry, but I hate the things - there's a single lane road between where I live & the next town, and at weekends it can take an hour (instead of the usual 25 minutes) to drive along the road. And before any Caravan club members start spouting off - no, they NEVER pull over to let traffic pass.)

There, rant over, back to the thread:-D

Have you not looked on any caravan sales sites to get a rough idea? Can you contact any dealers & ask them?
Pluun#8
cis_groupie
I can direct you to a cliff where your caravan will end up being worth nothing:whistling:

(Sorry, but I hate the things - there's a single lane road between where I live & the next town, and at weekends it can take an hour (instead of the usual 25 minutes) to drive along the road. And before any Caravan club members start spouting off - no, they NEVER pull over to let traffic pass.)

There, rant over, back to the thread:-D

Have you not looked on any caravan sales sites to get a rough idea? Can you contact any dealers & ask them?



How odd!
When I'm towing my caravan ( usually at the limit for that road) I'm normally held up by (local) buses, (local) old fogeys or caravans ( being held up by the afore mentioned).
Not to mention (Professional) truck drivers trying to overtake another truck that can only go 1MPH! slower than him.
Next time you're held up, use some roadcraft and try to see past the caravan. It might be your dad holding you all up :whistling:
cis_groupie#9
(local) buses - virtually non-existent round here.
(local) old fogeys - all the time! Usually travel in packs so as to make overtaking impossible.
(Professional) truck drivers trying to overtake another truck that can only go 1MPH! slower than him - I live in deepest darkest Wales, the road has very few places where it's possible to overtake (assuming no traffic is coming the other way), so truck drivers don't get the chance to do this.
Lay-bys - loads of them, all over the place, unfortunately not used by any of the afore-mentioned (nor by caravanners).

My fault for choosing to live where I do, so I can't complain (but I can winge:p)
Pluun#10
Aye but living in Wales cancells all that out. :-D
Just back from Pwllheli 2 weeks ago.
superskilly#11
Pluun
Aye but living in Wales cancells all that out. :-D
Just back from Pwllheli 2 weeks ago.


im off there in a couple of weeks where u stay?

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