SunnyBrook 29RBS 2001 $14500?

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  1. jerry525

    jerry525 New Member

    Sunnybrook 2001 29RBS

    Very well taken care of. Dealer asking $14,000. Decent deal?

    Sunnybrook 2001 29RBS
    Low Retail
    Average Retail

    Base Price
    $11,540 $13,900
    Options
    AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING
    Furnace (10,000-12,000 BTU) $60 $75
    APPLIANCES
    Water Heater 6 Gallon Gas/Elec. w/DSI $130 $160
    MISCELLANEOUS OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
    Ceiling Fan $50 $65
    Fiberglass Exterior 30' and Under $730 $880
    Luggage Rack and Ladder $55 $70
    Outside Shower $45 $60
    Power Roof Vent $75 $95
    Power Slide-Out Room 16' (Each) $1,440 $1,735
    Shower Enclosure (Glass) $85 $105
    Skylight $95 $115
    Slide Out Tray-One Side $225 $275
    Storm Windows (All) $145 $175

    TOTAL PRICE 14,675 $17,710

    Notes
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    AIR CONDITIONER, AM/FM CASSETTE, DOUBLE DOOR REFRIGERATOR, MICROWAVE, DSI WATER HEATER, AWNING, AND STABILIZER JACKS ARE INCLUDED IN PRICE AS STANDARD RUN EQUIPMENT.
     
  2. hertig

    hertig Senior Member

    Re: SunnyBrook 29RBS 2001 $14500?

    Probably not. Many of the items which add to the 'value' of this unit may actually be included in the base price. For instance, the slide out room is not an option, it is a key component of the model. I think a water heater, furnace and vent fan is always included, although upgrades may be offered as options. On the other hand, a true 'ceiling fan' would probably always be an option and up the valuation.

    The things Sunnybrook currently offers as options are: Rear ladder, Outside shower, Ceiling Fan, Slide out tray and Thermopane windows. 'Storm windows' may or may not be Thermopane. I would drop all other items off that list, giving a 'book value' of 11915 to 14320 for non-Thermopane and 12060 to 14495 if the windows are Thermopane. So $12000 might be a 'decent deal' and $14000 is essentially 'list price', (assuming it really is in 'ready to sell' condition). Anything missing, excessively worn or broken, of course, comes right off the 'book value' and the 'list price'.
     
  3. DL Rupper

    DL Rupper Senior Member

    Re: SunnyBrook 29RBS 2001 $14500?

    From what I've heard, Sunnybrook makes a pretty good RV. Try to deal with the RV Dealer. If you aren't trading anything in, offer him cash and finance it somewhere else. He will probably get a kick back if you finance through him, so he may come down a little on price to try to keep you on the hook with the company he finance's through.
     

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