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Randy Dupree 06-29-2009 10:30 PM

new listings on www.buybyebluebird.com
 
I just listed a few coachs today on my website,and a featherlite trailer too.
Check them out if you have time,we listed a real nice M380 and a special 96WB.
both priced to sell,and we have more to list tomorrow!

andy rob 06-30-2009 04:01 AM

the m380 looks real good value !

Stick Miller 07-01-2009 11:03 AM

96 WB
 
It always amazes me the great variance of price we see on this and other sites. It is pretty easy to compare a couple of '96's and see that this new listing at 89,900 is probably a great buy. Out of my league, financially and not my favorite interior, but nonetheless, a great buy.

I guess suppose it depends on how deep a whole you have dug, or just how bad you want to cliimb out of the hole.

Stick Miller
Americus, GA

Randy Dupree 07-01-2009 12:14 PM

i have a few more to list,like a 99lxi for $125K,an 85pt40 for $37k,and an fc for around $22k.
the pink in the 96 is why its priced low,but most of it is just fabric,it can all be changed.

figure 10 grand to redo the pink,so,make an offer of $79k,leaving some money for upholstery work.
You never know where the seller will go on price.

Joatha 07-01-2009 03:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Randy Dupree (Post 23472)
i have a few more to list,like a 99lxi for $125K,an 85pt40 for $37k,and an fc for around $22k.
the pink in the 96 is why its priced low,but most of it is just fabric,it can all be changed.

figure 10 grand to redo the pink,so,make an offer of $79k,leaving some money for upholstery work.
You never know where the seller will go on price.

Just curious....its also a mid-entry door. I personally don't like them. Is mid-entry a plus or a minus in value? What about the twin beds? That's another case that I don't like them. But, what's it do to value?

BTW, that's a LOT of pink to replace! :eek: :D

Stick Miller 07-01-2009 03:15 PM

It just goes to show you that everyone likes something different. I like the center entry. It takes up some wallspace in the coach, but it has got to eliminate some rattles and wind noise up front. I also watch the Newell site and one of the things that appeals to me about the Newell is the center entry.

I also like twin beds. There is no way my wife and I could sleep in a standard size queen. Twins suit me just fine as long as they are long enough.

Otherwise it looks like an advertisement for Pepto-Bismol.

Having said all that, I like the coach and if I had the money I would probably make an offer.

Randy Dupree 07-01-2009 03:33 PM

The mid door is rare,the reason is it was not a big seller,BB built it,sold a few,but not enough to be a standard item.
Some owners love them.

same with the twins,Carol would love twin beds,if one was in the front,and one was in the back.then maybe she would not hear me snore!
The only twins I like are the Olsen twins!

Joatha 07-01-2009 03:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Randy Dupree (Post 23506)
The mid door is rare,the reason is it was not a big seller,BB built it,sold a few,but not enough to be a standard item.
Some owners love them.

same with the twins,Carol would love twin beds,if one was in the front,and one was in the back.then maybe she would not hear me snore!
The only twins I like are the Olsen twins!

I have a mid-door on the Winnebago right now. I find the space it takes up is a problem. But, on the other hand, you can walk right in and be in the kitchen - which is where most of my trips in and out start or end given how I use it (lots and lots of tailgating). So, I see the appeal. I still think I'd rather have that space.

On the twins, my wife would agree with Carol. Well...except that I'd be sleeping in a heavily insulated and sound-proofed storage bay to get my snoring further away from her! I don't think the front of the bus would be far enough away for her taste! ;)

fxdwg 07-01-2009 04:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Joatha (Post 23507)
On the twins, my wife would agree with Carol. Well...except that I'd be sleeping in a heavily insulated and sound-proofed storage bay to get my snoring further away from her! I don't think the front of the bus would be far enough away for her taste! ;)


Don't let her know the genny bay is heavily insulated!:D


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