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Old 04-10-2012, 12:47 PM   #15
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This is why I bought new.

Everyone seems to think their fiberglass trailers are gold-plated. $11,000 for a 11 year old trailer? I don't think so! I'd bet you can get a brand-new 16 foot for around $15,000.

Having said this, if I were selling my 2000 side dinette you can bet I'd advertise it for at least $8500, maybe more.

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exactly why i ended up going new. closest i came to the one just like i wanted,,,was only 3,000 less then new exactly like i wanted.
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Old 04-10-2012, 12:50 PM   #16
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yes delux is the wood trim interior,, its beeeuteeeful. thats why i would go for that year in the delux for that price, assuming everything else was the way i wanted it.
now the kicker, my new one picked up at the factory a few weeks ago, not delux, but built the way i wanted,,,,,drum roll please....$11,500
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Hi again,

I just received my Scamp brochure in the mail and I was looking more into the pricing. I now, am wondering if the "deluxe" version of this trailer, is the wood interior floor plan with front dinette. It seems that this would add an extra couple $K. Is this accurate for those of you who might have a wood paneled Scamp - would this also add more wt to the trailer?
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Old 04-10-2012, 12:54 PM   #17
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now the kicker, my new one picked up at the factory a few weeks ago, not delux, but built the way i wanted,,,,,drum roll please....$11,500



True, but there is a $$ difference between a 13ft'er and a 16 even new.
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Old 04-10-2012, 12:57 PM   #18
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yes, i should have said that, i think a 16 is a couple grand more,so maybe 13,500? not sure, but thats still cheap in my book,
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Old 04-10-2012, 01:28 PM   #19
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yes, i should have said that, i think a 16 is a couple grand more,so maybe 13,500? not sure, but thats still cheap in my book,

Haven't checked in awhile but I thought they were more like 16 something? hmmmmmm, might have to check that out.





Frankly, had new been an option when I was buying I would have ordered. But I needed a trailer before they could get one built. Both Casita and Scamp were months out when I was looking, Oliver (my first fiberglass love) wasn't as far out on new builds but didn't have anything in stock either. And Trillium didn't have a bathroom model so " used " it was for us. It all comes down to what someone is willing to pay for what they want. Like I said in an earlier post, people pay good money for 30 year old egg with no bathroom, air etc. To each their own.
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Old 04-10-2012, 02:51 PM   #20
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im old so my numbers are still based on roman numerals,,,lol but i think base price on a 19 footer is somewhere around 16,900. but don't quote me on that. wieght was more of a factor to me then price.
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Old 04-10-2012, 04:44 PM   #21
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Sorry to disappoint John, but the 16 ft Deluxe Scamp (with Oak or Birch cabinetry) starts at $17,795 - at least according to the brochure I just got in the mail. Maybe you can negogiate a discount, but still a lot.
I am thinking of waiting, saving and then perhaps buying new, because I sure did like the floorplan of this model - with the dinette in front. Lots of windows too!
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