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Listed here for sale too.

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Beautiful Coach, Insane price.
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Insane price.


A coupla months from now, somebody with a similar Barth for sale will look at this, and figure his is a little nicer, and will ask a little more.


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Ya think? I'm getting ready to drop about 5k into my aluminium hole in the drive way. Same year, same engine/chassis I would bet, and mine has the Regency style woodwork, and I don't feel that I could get 15k for mine with the work completed. But my Barth is not an investment, it's family.


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Insane price.


A coupla months from now, somebody with a similar Barth for sale will look at this, and figure his is a little nicer, and will ask a little more.


I just checked NADA for a 89 Regal 31 foot. About $8,500. Asking Price about $32,000, about 400% of NADA.

NADA for a 93 Regency 32 foot about $34,000. Asking Price $135,000, about 400% of NADA. I have one for sale. Anybody interested?

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Nick: The price should go up as the cost range goes up , say to 500% ROTFLMAO


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Nick: The price should go up as the cost range goes up , say to 500% ROTFLMAO


Sloop, I think that would be pushing my luck and I'm not sure if I would get much interest at $170,000. Don't want to seem unreasonable and turn off prospective buyers.

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