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Old 01-24-2013, 08:49 PM   #1
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scrap value? or parts?

Hello i have a 25 foot 1974 overlander, this trailer has served as a deer shack for the last 12 years and would need a complete overhaul to be usable again. im looking to sell it as is or sell it for scrap, i just need it off the land it is sitting on. the outer shell looks to be in good shape there are no dents or rust or any flaws (except moss growing on one side). now my main question is if anyone knows what these things are worth in scrap or parts?
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:56 PM   #2
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Someone will buy it for parts most likely. Just need to find each other.
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Don't just settle for selling parts unless you want to hold on to this trailer for years to come. See if you can sell it whole to someone who will want to use parts and then reduce it into parts they can sell once they have used up everything they need. The scrap value really isn't that good unless you separate the aluminum from the steel and get rid of all the plastics, glass and wood first. Ed
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