there are several threads on the limitations of 'book value' related to streams...
so few made and so few change hands that the standard deviation related to pricing...
and the REGIONAL differences in pricing mean the book info is essentially worthless
here's a few examples of these threads...
now with THAT clear as mud, lets move on to the MOST IMPORTANT MESSAGE
Originally Posted by NautiDuck
....dealer has in a 2003 22' International. We looked it over and it was pretty well worn with a bit of sag in the rear curbside floor...
run, don't walk from that unit, unless you wanna be punished badly.
the 22s from that era are 1 of just 2 models with OSB subfloors.
this means once wet a time or 2 they become a huge problem.
that model also doesn't have a COMPLETE belly pan...
so the underside is OPEN to the elements (inspite of a thin black coating)
also the FRAME has a lotta issues (fatigue, cracks, bends, rust) ....
there are many threads on this unit/model and graphic pix and awful stories about issues with these.
those things ALONE mean this unit (22s from that era)...
is worth FAR LESS than other streams of approximately the same years/sizes and msrp.
really the 22 is a wounded hacking black sheep, covered with warts, infested with nasty issues and ultimately a HUGE risk.
find something ELSE.
should u doubt what's keyed above, here are just a few of the threads on this unit.
and most recently the "cost" of keeping 1 of these...