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Discussion in 'First Time & New Camper Owners' started by zanelee, Jan 1, 2007.
We bought a 1997 Dutchman 801 Classic 2 weeks ago for 1200 in very good condition.
1995 Rockwood P-1908 in pretty decent shape for $900. Ac didn't work but turns out it was a $10 fix. New wheels and tires on the way and we will be ready to go.
$1500 Canadian for our 2007 Viking 1906 it's mint!!....very clean..just some minor seam issues ....seen a lot of junk for sale for a lot more!!!
1990 Coleman Sequoia- Free 99
2003 Coleman Tacoma for $1500. THis thing was a steal. Everything functions great. Spots on the canvas cleaned off easily. A/C works fine. My mom's hairdresser's husband wanted to get rid of it quick. Truly blessed to find it and jump on it quickly.
Traded a partial drumset!
2004 Coleman Utah, with screen room, all extras except indoor shoilet. Immaculate shape inside and out.......$4800.00 Canadian.....that works out to about $1.38 U.S.
Seriously, they run from 6500-8500 here in Alberta and usually not as good condition.
Bought mine two weeks ago. 2006 Flagstaff 206st for $4000
A little beat up with a previous leak that they said was fixed but I’m battling now. Canvas seems in okay condition but staining from previous mildew. New to all of this, I don’t think I got the best deal but I hope it’s not the worst either! I’m also in Alberta and they cost more here.
They do seem to be pricier here in the west that's for sure Adina
We bought our 2000 starcraft for $1500 in the spring 2017. We took it camping 3 times in the summer of 2017. Once for a few days beach camping, a week camping in the mountains, and camping in maine for a week. It worked out great. We have 2 camping trips plan for this summer.
2002 Coleman Taos in good/fair condition (nothing major, needs a good cleaning) for $500. Wife has all kinds of ideas for it.
Wow that’s an amazing deal!!!
Thanks. Even came with the roof AC, though I haven't tested it yet. Seller claims it worked fine. Will test out soon.
I bought a 1999 Coleman Utah for $2100 in NY in September 2016. It really is in very good condition! I've had a few fairly minor issues. I need to replace the gasket seal, I would like to have the awning zipper repaired (although not necessary), I had a pencil end size tear in the canvas by the dinette, and a factory seam issue (I could tell it was factory when I got up there to sew it) on the top side of one bunk, I replaced the elastic in the curtains and a bungee on one end and the sliding door into the front compartment doesn't quite latch completely due to a small amount of water damage in that area. Otherwise, completely perfect condition. It even came with plastic still on the mattresses and the original sheets unopened. I don't mind putting a couple hundred dollars into it for the price I paid. They don't really make them that big anymore. It's got two king bunks, convertible sofa, convertible slide out dinette, furnace and frig work. No A/C or potti though...
Tell her that pinterest is a great place to visit for ideas!
Ha, pinterest is the only reason I was "given permission" to buy it!
Bought a 1965 Cox Campsquire great shape except for canvas and tires, actually had original tires from ‘65. $500 I think I did great
2004 Starcraft Centennial 3600 for $500.
2007 Palomino Pony. Excellent condition. PopUp Gizmos, BAL Leveler, oven, 3 new tires, and some other stuff. $3600. I'm pleased.
We bought our 2009 StarCraft 2106 for $4,000. It is in good condition and only needed minor work. It needed new wheels and brakes. The canvas in great shape and no rotten wood. We did some updates to the interior, but that was just personal preference, the interior is in great shape.