Re: advice selling a Peugeot drifter 1996

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  1. Ricey81

    Ricey81 Read Only Funster

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    Hi guys I'm looking to sell my fathers Peugeot drifter motorhome its a 1996
    Model in great condition still. Does anyone know roughly how much these
    Are going for? I looked on eBay and people have them up for
    £11,000 not sure if that is correct or not? I've rung a few companies
    That are featured in the back of the MMM magazines but they don't
    Buy any campers or motorhomes older than 10 years old. Any advice would be great and appreciated! Thanks in advance!
     
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    Have a look on ebay and auto trader at similar vans to get a ballpark figure,then take into account mileage and condition.
    If your after a quick sale price it a bit lower than the rest,or if you think you've got a better van go middle of the road.Remember it's only worth what people will pay so be realistic,I'd avoid people who advertise wanting vans as they will pay less and just sell on for more!
    Advertise on ebay,gumtree,autotrader etc also on here!
    Good luck.





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  3. Ricey81

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    Thanks

    Thanks very much for your advice!! :BigGrin::thumb:
     
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    We looked at a Drifter when we were after our first MH last September.
    It was a 97 if I remember correctly and had 87000 miles on it and lots of extras like Gaslow and Solar etc.
    It went for £11k.
     
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    When you look on e-bay, search "completed listings only" - that way you see what they actually go for, not what is currently being bid.
     
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