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Old 01-08-2010, 10:04 AM
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f 350 class c motorhome want to find out what its worth

it is in better than good shape it runs everything works needs a few little things ive searched everywere cant really find anyone who can appraise it thinking of selling it
 
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It is hard to say with something of that age. The RV market has not been very strong the last couple of years. But if I was to place my guess, I would have to say 2-3K if it was in really good shape; everything works, no leaks, air cond, generator, aux gas tank, filled propane tank, new house battery(s), tires w/plenty of tread, good running 390, and to the right person.

Looks like someone put a wheel lock on your front left. Were you not suppose to park there or something?

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it is in better than good shape it runs everything works needs a few little things ive searched everywere cant really find anyone who can appraise it thinking of selling it
Morning,

The market is stronger for Class Cs than As, at present, however, for really old iron without slides, it is very slim. If you have replaced the appliances, so they are up to date, you likely can get more for it by selling it to someone who needs parts. In the private market, I would suggest something in the area of $2,000 max, to move it in a reasonable amount of time. You can find em for about $1,500 periodically on Craigslist. If you have any use for it, it might be worth more to you keeping it.

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i think thats a cool truck. who made the camper section? any pics of the interior of the truck/camper?
 
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Why get rid of it?
It's a cool rig!
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Before '73 if you ordered a F-350 Camper Special ya got a dually cab & chassis.
My friend has one just like it....yours look like maybe a '69?
 
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Very simular to mine. I paid 3K in 1998 but i loved the ford front end and it only had 67K on it. Orginal paint and ect. You need to find the right buyer... that is into camping but they are not worth that much.

 

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Those rigs are lovely. If I did not have a greyhound conversion I would buy it. I second the keep it option.

Here is a funny clip

YouTube - Extreme motorhome racing - Top Gear - BBC
 
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I bought mine 2 years ago for $300.00 Had a 360 in it then
 
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looking for a Ford F350 (or) 150 Chassis mount camper


Hi, Im still looking for a Ford F350 Chassis mount camp.. for my dad and I to spend some time, while he still can... any help, much thanks..western USA, so long as I could drive it back to Georgia. Thank you all for looking. (ya know a Chevy or dodge might work, but pop and I are ford guys first 1960 to 1971-72 Cheers for faster replys, if you see one, please email me direct..hate being too late. thx [email protected]
 

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I sent you an email. My friend has one in town here! Call if you're interested.
 
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looking for a Ford F350 (or) 150 Chassis mount camper

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I sent you an email. My friend has one in town here! Call if you're interested.
Morning Kip, thanks for the help. Your have any pictures of a cell number, Do you know what he's asking for it. What part of the us are. Thank you for the help Dave G
 
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No emails with cell numbers, I sent a message to you also. thank you Dave
 
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Garym Still nothing, just interested, cause its kinda close t me, Please reply, thank you
 
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This this is sweet, how you held on to it.
 
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your is sweet too, hope you still have.. do you know the different mfg names for these so I could search for one. thank you
 

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