Winnebago Access 2008 24'

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healheelclick

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Hi all, I am looking at purchasing the Winnebago Access 2008 24'. What would you think is a fair price? It's in excellent/like new condition and has very low miles (20,000-ish). Thanks!
 

John Canfield

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No clue about a fair price. Low mileage in a motorized RV isn't necessarily a desirable attribute. This that particular unit did a lot of sitting which is not good for the chassis and engine (or gen set.)
 

healheelclick

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It's gas. Has a Ford F350 engine. It's in WA state. I know it's in great shape from about 100 pictures and talking extensively to the owners. It's been kept inside a garage when not used. They drive it some ea month so it isn't just sitting. I will, however, be having a mechanic check it out stem to stern. They want $32K.
 

youracman

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To the OP: I looked on RVTrader; not much there re pricing for the rig in question.  A good place to look "where the rubber meets the road" is on PPL's "Sold" site. 

https://www.pplmotorhomes.com/mini-motorhomes-sold?sortBy=productName+desc&startIndex=192

This is what people really paid; with no caveats, no bull or whatever.  Unfortunately, I have not found a way to filter the data ..... or even get the site to list the rigs alphabetically; perhaps you can. Otherwise it takes a LOT of scrolling.  Also, when using this site, it is good to know that their "Very Good" condition almost certainly does not mean what one would think it would.  From a PPL salesman: If you want a really well cared-for, clean rig go for "Excellent" ..... or even "Like New".

In the past, I believe I read in at least one forum that the Access was built with the rental market in mind?  Not sure about that..... not that it is a big deal in any event.

Good hunting, and safe travels.  ed s
 

John Canfield

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^^ Great tip  :)) ^^

My brother-in-law sold his Dutchstar on consignment at PPL. Browser tip: For the Firefox browser, Ctrl-F will open up a search box on the lower right of the browser window. Enter whatever search term you want to search that page you're on. Other browsers have search functions as well.
 

nvrver

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healheelclick said:
It's gas. Has a Ford F350 engine. It's in WA state. I know it's in great shape from about 100 pictures and talking extensively to the owners. It's been kept inside a garage when not used. They drive it some ea month so it isn't just sitting. I will, however, be having a mechanic check it out stem to stern. They want $32K.

F350 is not a engine, F350 is a model of pickup trucks, could it be a E350 chassis with either a V8  or V10 engine.  I think the price is at top NADA book I think it is overpriced.  If you give me more info I will check NADA,  Dick nvrver

I looked at NADA web site and a Access 24v with 21K miles average retail is $22,631. in my ZIP code. 
The only other price they list is low retail.  Looks like they want $10K more than it is worth.  So if you would buy at $32K it would be worth $10K less when you drove it away. 

With generator, electric step & power mirrors add $1,032.  Other items are inc in base price.
 
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