That's what I'd do. Take the seats with you when you look at one.
Originally Posted by Mark
I have no problem wasting someones time if they waste mine. Salesman will typically waste your time at one point or another.
I looked at a toy hauler/holiday trailer the other day. Advertised as excellent condition, ready to go no leaks etc...Drove 45 mins to look at it and I knew I didn't want it before I got out of the car, decals were all faded and peeling, missing screws holding the corner moldings on, stairs were bent. I figured I'd look since I was there already there, maybe he'd be flexible on the price. But then it got worse, all the tires are dry cracked and worn out, the inside smells musty, the fuel station hasn't been used in 10 years and smells like rotten gas, pump probably doesn't work, one of the storage compartments clearly had water damage-the wood was rotten and swollen, the awning was falling off-screws pulling out of the rotten wall, the shower surround is shattered and broken so needs to be replaced, the seals for the slide out don't seal, some lights don't work, then the guy was firm at $15,000. I wasted an hour of his time and didn't feel guilty.
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