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Old 01-17-2016, 05:18 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by longdog View Post
I'm going to trade in / sell my 2007 19' Safari SE.
It has a rear curbside lower panel dent, that the "paintless" dent removal guy _almost_ got out (left some wrinkles), so it's visible damage, but not structural and the skin is intact.

The trailer is in otherwise very good to excellent condition (nonsmokers, adults only, stored indoors).

Should I replace the panel before I sell / trade in my trailer, or just sell it with its "personality" intact?

How much will it depreciate the value?
Just wondering longdog about your reaction to the many comments, and whether you could post some photos?


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