Thinking of selling our 2013 Shamrock 21SS
My wife and I are thinking about selling our 21SS, so far this year we've only used it for one weekend and we'll be using it again this coming weekend, so all of 2 times this year. Our travels this summer were actually overlanding, which we are planning on doing more of and dragging the trailer with us just doesn't work or doesn't make sense.
We bought it in early 2018 and it was barely used (The outdoor grill and most of the accessories were still sealed or unused). It's been a great trailer for us with no issues. Regular bearing maintenance, running Goodyear Endurance tires, installed a Husky power tongue jack, addressed the relatively common complaint about the front bunk not being at the same height as the door opening when the bunk is open so now the front queen is perfectly flat.
Anyway, since we bought the trailer we've put about 10,000 miles on it and used it for a total of 6-7 weeks. My wife is hesitant to sell because it's the perfect trailer to her, but she also doesn't want it just sitting there in our driveway.
So, the question for you all is...what would be a reasonable price to ask for it? It's in great shape, no fading or peeling decals, the fiberglass is still shiny, the tires are in great shape with lots of life left, everything works properly, no leaks, no rust, canvas ends are in great shape. It's ready to hitch up and go anywhere without needing a thing.
Has ducted 13.5k BTU A/C, microwave, gas cooktop (no oven), outdoor propane grill and side table that mount on the side and use the propane quick connect hose, spare tire, Husky power tongue jack, full slide, dinette, jackknife couch, 6 gallon gas/elec DSI water heater, LCD TV on swing mount, CD/DVD/Bluetooth entertainment center, Goodyear Endurance tires, power awning, Interstate deep-cycle battery, and an Andersen WDH.
Located in central Illinois, if that matters. Any price suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
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2013 Shamrock 21SS