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Old 09-08-2014, 10:06 AM   #1
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Please help! I have opportunity to buy an original 1947 Liner in great condition for $28,000. Is that too much to pay. I don't know much about these vintage trailers but have been looking around for a few years. Thank you!
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Welcome aboard. Hard to say if its worth it, what is the condition. For that amount of money I would expect it to be fully restored and in top shape.
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Old 09-08-2014, 11:14 AM   #3
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I don't believe that 28k can buy you a fully restored liner in 100% condition . However it probably buys you a clean camper. Besides the obvious like appliances and overall condition, my first concern is the pipe frame and if it has been rebuild / updated or if it is original. Personally I believe the original pipe frame was ok in it's day but is definitely not safe at today's traffic and highway speed.
Have a look at my 48liner resurrection thread in the 48 liner forum for some detail frame photos and feel free to ask any questions. Oh and post pictures


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Thank you for responding. The Liner is not restored. It is in complete original condition. It has the metal cabinets bed and sofa. The body I'd in great condition, only 2 very small dents. It does have some broken glass but that seems minor. I want to use it for an office on my property.
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Way to much. Want a finished one? PM me.
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