19 ft. Nash Travel Trailer,Was 6K now $5,000.00

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For Sale, 1996 19ft. Nash Travel Trailer

Excellent condition, perfect for the fly fisherman. Tows easy. Has a bunch of stuff: Pioneer disk player/AM;FM, 4 factory installed speakers,Micro wave, big frig with seperate freezer, hot water by propane, outside shower for washing off kids at the beach or whatever; two batteries, 1 year old, 2ea 7 gallon propane tanks, brand new and full-have the required new intake ports, Suburban heater with floor vents,carpeted, sleeps 6 if everybody loves everybody, 3 vents, bathroom has power vent, tub and showers, TV cable intake and radio antenna, 30 gal. holding tanks(fresh, grey and black), water and sewer hoses, monitor panel, end double bed that converts to couch, overhead bunk for the kids or storage, dinette converts to double bed, dual axle, no wear on tires, manual stabilizer, fire alarm, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, tons of storage inside and out, carries table and outdoor carpet on the back bumper with a welded carrier, (bikes could be tied on) big awning on entry side, shiny, no dings, no rust,no leaks, screened windows, ready to roll.
Some trailer dude in Auburn told me he'd give me 8 to 11K if I bought a bigger, newer one. But no thanks, I am to old to camp. Motel and diners for me from now on.
You bring the truck and a check for 5k and you leave with a new home that you can tow anywhere. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
 

Roper

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19 ft. Nash Travel Trailer, $6,000.00

Bob, we need to talk, I've got Jury Duty on Monday. When I get home we could talk if you PM me with your number.
 

LD

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Jesse, the point is, it is another google search where someone does not that the 3 seconds to check the date. This ad is SIX years old, doubt he is still trying to sell it. Sellers also need to do a better job of updating their ads, so when something is sold they mark it as such.
 
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Jesse, the point is, it is another google search where someone does not that the 3 seconds to check the date. This ad is SIX years old, doubt he is still trying to sell it. Sellers also need to do a better job of updating their ads, so when something is sold they mark it as such.
Better yet, when all the stuff in an ad is sold, they need to delete it.
 
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Better yet, when all the stuff in an ad is sold, they need to delete it.
Yup, Yup, thats what they should do! Send it in triplicate to Chris. Enjoy the moment instead of pointing a finger?!. I was hoping Lawless would make a guest appearance and say it was still available and the price is now $4,000.00 The six year search function is working really well, just check out the watercraft section.
 
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Obsolete ads for items already sold clutter up the site, even when the items are marked "Sold." It's a courtesy to other members to delete those ads.
 

Chris Scoones

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I'll look at removing or locking up the old ads if it turns out to be straight forward to do. Otherwise I'll do it after I get the forum onto it's new software.

Chris
 

LD

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Sorry Jesse, I was not my intention to be a smart ass. I do now Jesse and he is a great guy. It is just useless to have people doing a google search and dredging up 2-3-5 year old posts and adds, there have been several lately.
One other board that I frequent I think has the best policy. You post an add for two weeks. Then you are to delete the add. You can re-post at a later time. If someone does not mind their posts they are warned and then banned from posting in the classifieds. This seems to work very well and completely eliminates these issues.
 

Chris Scoones

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LD, It's not a bad idea but the time it would take to carry it out would be a bit much. I think time would be better spent coming up with a mechanism that automatically locks or deletes ads after a certain period of inactivity.
 
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