When I first bought my ct13 it was located in Atlanta and I was in Jacksonville Florida so I was one of the many folks who did that searching and buying from out of state. I think a lot of us with fiberglass campers looked out of state too because they are kind of rare.
Now I have "The Beagle" up for sale
here in Austin Tx and know how hard it is as a buyer to get info and try to decide if they are going to travel long distances to see a camper.
Have any of you long time forum members and experienced camper owners thought about looking at campers for sale
in your area and possibly acting as a third party resource for out of state buyers? For example: in my case I'd gladly pay a senior board member and camper owner in my area $50 to take a look at my camper I have up for sale
. Then if out of state buyers wanted to know that it really exists, that I have tag, title
, etc. just the basics at least someone not involved in the sale could say yep, that camper exists and she's the owner. I think it could only be established board members who could provide that service. What do you all think?