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  1. Thanks for your input and for your kind words. I will follow up on the paths you suggested. How does one determine a fair price for a coach? When Roger wrote up his spec sheet he suggested a fair selling price of $75,000 but the economy has changed and I would judge the coach to be slightly "distressed" as she has sat without use for several years. In her present state I think of her as a "fixer upper" and should be priced accordingly. Is there a sort of "Blue Book" for coaches?
  2. My inlaws were both longtime members of FMCA and owned a converted 1972 MCI MC-7 at the time of their death several years ago. My wife and her two sisters have had a sentimental attachment to the coach but I have finally gotten them to agree to let me move forward and get her sold. If this were a boat I would know just what to do as boats are my personal addiction. But when it comes to selling this coach I am a total loss as to what to do. We live in a relatively small community near Hilton Head Island, SC. I am not aware of anyone else in the area that has a motorcoach let alone a dealer that could help or advise me. Could anyone please give me advice on the best way to find a new owner for this MC-7? I intend to buy a classified ad in the Association magazine but I am wondering if there are any other methods I should use. Before his death I did have my father-in-law write up a two page description of the coach which I have in hand so at least I can provide that information to prospective buyers. I live very near to where the coach is stored so showing it to people is not a problem. Any suggestions you might give will be greatly appreciated. Thanks - Jim Kindwall P.S. For those of you that might remember them, my inlaws were Roger and Linda Worth, formerly of Deerwood, MN, and Beaufort, SC. I have read the rules for this forum and want to make it clear that I am not making any attempt to offer this coach for sale with this posting. I simply need advice on the best way to offer her for sale. If I have crossed the line, I did not mean to.
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