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Old 08-18-2020, 02:33 PM   #15
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: 2017 SynergyTT24Ming Blue
State: Indiana
Posts: 490
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Originally Posted by Laco View Post
You can always sell it back to a dealer. Yes you will take something of a loss, but, you basically drive it in, hand them the keys, registration and title, and they write you a check, All done! If you owe a lot on it, its a slightly different story, because if you are upside down on the loan vs value, its going to cost you dollars to unload it.
I highly recommend you ignore this idea of selling to a dealer. This is the worst possible thing you could do short of just putting a torch to it. All the dealer will do is bend you over. Why would anybody take something worth say $50,000 and sell it to a dealer for $25,000? When navigating this forum read everything as though you were hearing it in a bar near closing time. Use your own good judgement and remember. Anything that sounds too good to be true probably is.

Seriously I should start a buy/sell business and get a fee for buying or selling big ticket vehicles for people. Over the years I have successfully bought low and sold high on all my vehicles. I guess itís experience, knowledge and personality. Not everyone has it I guess so Iím fortunate. I canít pour my experience in someoneís head or change them into something they are not. But perhaps for a fee I could put more cash in their pockets. Iíll have to think on this......
Bill & Martha more than 42 years.
Traveling with Shih Tzu's Baily, Bella, Baxter and Maltese Buster. Towing, Golf Cart, Harley or Polaris RZR.
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