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Re: General questions

Post by chin_k »

Interesting that the NADA guide is more reasonable nowadays. Used to be a big joke when people are using it for insurance and also asking price for legacy RVs.
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Re: General questions

Post by SLCinWA »

chin_k wrote: October 3rd, 2021, 10:08 pm I am curious how much is your 2004 Chinook Summit on the NADA guide? If you paid the NADA price, you must got a great deal.
Here's the NADA book value of my 2004 Chinook Summit I just bought. And yes, I got a GREAT deal! So great, my credit union financed 100% of the selling price plus threw in a few thousand to cover tax/license in my state.
2004 Chinook Summit - NADA values 8-29-2021.pdf
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2004 Chinook Summit 2700
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