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Question Selling a dandy.

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3 years 11 months ago #346 by freesia83
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Due to financial reasons, we may have to sell our dandy low 6, don't want to but needs must. Thing is, we haven't got a clue how much to ask for it. Anyone got any suggestions please, as to how much?

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3 years 11 months ago #347 by freesia83
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Nice new site by the way.

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3 years 11 months ago #348 by NeilT
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Its a bit hard to give a price as its very much supply and demand, This time of year is a good time to sell.
Do you have more details? Year? condition etc and extras like is it fitted with elecric?

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3 years 11 months ago #350 by freesia83
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Had pics on the old forum. Think it was 1989? sides cream colour, white roof.
The cushions are fraying in a couple of places now, we just used covers so didn't bother us. We wanted to be able to use only one bottle of gas so the floor heater and kitchen work off the same bottle now, the man put a bbq point inside for the kitchen. There is a trip switch and room for battery, but we have never used a battery only on site electric, got the electric point. so can use ehu.

It's certainly not perfect, but we have had good holidays in her. It's still got it's original dandy cover but could probably do with new one. Couple of corners could do with a weld on the bed sections, there is a crack on the window sill? One strutt missing and there is a hole where it must of gone through, cannot be seen when the cushion is there. Couple of splits in roof, we taped these. These problems were there when we bought it. We have had it nearly four year now.

Have some pics.

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3 years 11 months ago #351 by freesia83
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Glass windows, two at the back, kitchen/seating one the front and a small one in the door.

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3 years 11 months ago #352 by navver
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Assume no awning. My guess would be around £500 - £700

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