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Posted on Monday, January 3, 2011 in Mens Clothing

Great Condition
Great Condition

Everyone loves a great deal. For the true bargain hunter, it’s almost like a mission. They search high and low to find the very best price on the items they need. Some people, however, don’t have the time to spend on hours of research. They would rather have the information gathered for them. If you’re looking for used fifth wheel RV and you won’t buy one until you find the best price, then here’s some information to help you!

Repossessions

Repossessed RV’s are sold for dimes on the dollar. The finance companies do not want to pay for storage and many are simply hoping to recoup some of their investment. While some are damaged, many are in great condition, as many people lose their RV’s within just a few months after purchase.

Seizures and Surplus

The federal, state, and local government agencies all seize property for a variety of reasons. Some are for criminal activity, while others are for back taxes. After a specified period of time, these items, including RV’s are sold at auction to the highest bidder. Many will also sell repossessed RV’s, which is where the dealers often find stock.

Many of the same agencies also sell their surplus at auction, as well. FEMA, for example, is currently selling 10s of thousands of campers and trailers they previously stocked for hurricane relief. Some of RV’s maybe in salvage condition, but many others have years of life left in them. The key is knowing where to find the auctions.

Buying from the Government

It’s not as difficult as you might think to purchase a used fifth wheel RV at one of these auctions. You simply place your bid up to what you are willing to pay. Many of the RV’s start out for as little as $100. If your bid is the highest, you win, just like in any other auction. It’s up to you to get the RV home.

There are websites that offer listings of all the government auctions across the country. You can search by location, date, or by the items listed for sale. It’s a great way to see what is available. Some of the sites will even send you updates as new auctions are listed. If you are ready to purchase a used fifth wheel RV, a government auction should be your first destination.

You can save yourself time and literally thousands of dollars by looking over a review of sites that auction used RVs for sale and by using our online buying guide (no need to sign up) to learn how to buy used RVs.

You’ll find reviews of auction sites, FREE tips on great new features to look for, and how to get expert RV inspections, even across the country at http://BuyingUsedRVsforSale.com

Would you buy a Cadillac in great condition with the HT 4100 engine?

Car is an 85 model, 60k miles, excellent condition, one owner
I would use the car for light travel on weekends.
Thanks

I have an 86 Eldorado. with the same 4.1 in it…now it has 178,000 miles on it. Cant hear it run unless I stand outside of the car. Gets 20mpg average.

They have aluminum heads….bolted to a steel block. The metals expand faster than each other so the head gaskets will leak if not well maintained with proper coolant.

I hate that motor tho…..get a 4.5 in an 88 or so.

I got lucky with mine….

Pop-up camper for sale? (great condition)

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