'
1
Forums Albums Skins 1
Search Register Logon


You are logged in as a guest. Logon or register an account to access more features.
OTHER FORUMS:    Barrel Horses  -   Trucks   -   Cutting  -   Reining  -   Roping 
'
blue book values on trailers

Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [25 messages per page]
Last activity 2012-07-16 1:24 PM
22 replies, 132939 views

View previous thread :: View next thread
   General Discussion -> Trailer Talk  Click to return to Barrel Talk
Refresh Reply New post
Message format
 
Cricket
Posted 2005-08-15 5:41 AM (#29206)
Subject: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Member


Posts: 40
25
Location: Maryland
Does anyone know where I can get a blue book value online for free for horse trailers?
Top of the page Bottom of the page
tobruk
Posted 2005-08-15 6:05 AM (#29207 - in reply to #29206)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Veteran


Posts: 157
1002525
Location: White Pine, TN
Basically there is no such thing.  The banks around here rely on the dealers' assessments.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
efaubert1
Posted 2005-08-15 9:09 AM (#29211 - in reply to #29206)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply



Elite Veteran


Posts: 634
50010025
Location: Tipton, IN
The only horse trailers actually listed in the NADA guide are Sundowner. Under RV section and listed under Sundowner. Since Sundowner has a code such as 8010, 8214 etc they are traceable for values and it list all the options and gives you a value. Other than Sundowner, it's whatever the dealer tells the Bank.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
Sundown R
Posted 2005-08-15 9:55 AM (#29217 - in reply to #29206)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Member


Posts: 31
25
Location: Fletcher, NC
This is the only one I know of. It might help.

http://www.pricedigests.com/other/horsetrailerbook.htm

Sundown R
Top of the page Bottom of the page
krys
Posted 2005-08-16 2:08 AM (#29254 - in reply to #29217)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Elite Veteran


Posts: 1011
1000
Location: Oregon
Too much depends on geographical location to get an accuate quote. I put a "wanted" on this trailer sight. I got quotes from the mid west and east coast of the trailer I wanted for about $18K-23K. I got it locally for about 1/3 of that amount. Then I see trailers that I can get around here for about $6000, then I see the exact same trailer f about $3000 down south. Horse trailers seem o vary too much. It is impossible to gt a "blue book" value on a horse trailer. It depends too much on the local market.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
cowgirlcutie
Posted 2006-04-19 12:20 AM (#40658 - in reply to #29206)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


New User


Posts: 2

Location: wildomar, CA. 92595
Hello,Does anyody know where I can find out the bluebbook value of my 99 Century, 4 Horse Stock Trailer?Thank you!!!
Top of the page Bottom of the page
cowgirlcutie
Posted 2006-04-19 1:12 AM (#40659 - in reply to #40658)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


New User


Posts: 2

Location: wildomar, CA. 92595
Originally written by cowgirlcutie on 2006-04-19 12:40 AM

Hello,Does anyody know where I can find out the bluebbook value of my 99 Century, 4 Horse Stock Trailer?Thank you!!!
Top of the page Bottom of the page
ccd
Posted 2006-04-24 3:25 PM (#40883 - in reply to #29211)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply





Location: TX
Thank you for this info.  I am looking at a used Sundowner, and found the NADA site very useful.  Though it came back with a significantly lower price value than is being asked.  I'm wanting to make an appropriate offer to the seller (not a dealer).  Any ideas?  The trailer has some body damage and is not very clean.  Thanks!
Top of the page Bottom of the page
andreae
Posted 2009-07-28 11:13 AM (#108670 - in reply to #29217)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


New User


Posts: 1

Location: flagstaff, az 86004
Originally written by Sundown R on 2005-08-15 8:55 AM

This is the only one I know of. It might help. http://www.pricedigests.com/other/horsetrailerbook.htm Sundown R
Top of the page Bottom of the page
hogtownboss
Posted 2009-07-28 11:25 AM (#108672 - in reply to #40883)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 1351
10001001001002525
Location: Decatur, Texas

Originally written by ccd on 2006-04-24 3:25 PM

Thank you for this info.  I am looking at a used Sundowner, and found the NADA site very useful.  Though it came back with a significantly lower price value than is being asked.  I'm wanting to make an appropriate offer to the seller (not a dealer).  Any ideas?  The trailer has some body damage and is not very clean.  Thanks!

If that is the case the seller is asking too much!  I have a Sundower 8010 Signature series 3 horse and it was right on the money, but did not have adds for the stainless steel sides panels and some extras our was orederd with.  But for the price NADA showed and what we paid, I can list it and make good money off of it!  NADA value on mine was almost 46-k and we paid under 30-k for it!

Top of the page Bottom of the page
hogtownboss
Posted 2009-07-28 11:27 AM (#108673 - in reply to #29211)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 1351
10001001001002525
Location: Decatur, Texas

Originally written by efaubert1 on 2005-08-15 9:09 AM

The only horse trailers actually listed in the NADA guide are Sundowner. Under RV section and listed under Sundowner. Since Sundowner has a code such as 8010, 8214 etc they are traceable for values and it list all the options and gives you a value. Other than Sundowner, it's whatever the dealer tells the Bank.

NADA.com has not only Sundowner, but they also show 4 Star, Exiss and Trails West too!

Top of the page Bottom of the page
MSM
Posted 2009-07-28 11:38 AM (#108675 - in reply to #29206)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Regular


Posts: 70
2525
Location: Temecula, CA
As stated above there is no BlueBook for horse trailers.  What I've noticed over the past few years, since banks have tightened up there lending guidelines,  both new and used trailers for sale by dealers seem to fetch a higher price then new and used trailers advertised by private sells.  This is due to the fact that dealers can usually get financing for buyers much easier then individuals.  Banks just don't want to lend to individuals anymore. 

Edited by MSM 2009-07-28 11:40 AM
Top of the page Bottom of the page
hogtownboss
Posted 2009-07-28 12:06 PM (#108678 - in reply to #108675)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 1351
10001001001002525
Location: Decatur, Texas

Originally written by MSM on 2009-07-28 11:38 AM

As stated above there is no BlueBook for horse trailers. 

 

You are correct, ther is no "blue book" it is actually a yellow NADA book!  But they do have some horse trailer manufactures listed.  Look it up for yourself at nada.com and click on the rv section. 

Top of the page Bottom of the page
hogtownboss
Posted 2009-07-28 12:34 PM (#108680 - in reply to #40659)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 1351
10001001001002525
Location: Decatur, Texas

Originally written by cowgirlcutie on 2006-04-19 1:12 AM

Originally written by cowgirlcutie on 2006-04-19 12:40 AM

Hello,Does anyody know where I can find out the bluebbook value of my 99 Century, 4 Horse Stock Trailer?Thank you!!!

 The best place to find a value on a trailer or a trailer like that is either HTW or local adds. 

Top of the page Bottom of the page
crowleysridgegirl
Posted 2009-07-29 8:27 AM (#108707 - in reply to #29217)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 2609
2000500100

Originally written by Sundown R on 2005-08-15 9:55 AM

This is the only one I know of. It might help. http://www.pricedigests.com/other/horsetrailerbook.htm Sundown R

The link comes up "Page unavailable."

Top of the page Bottom of the page
crowleysridgegirl
Posted 2009-07-29 8:28 AM (#108708 - in reply to #108673)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 2609
2000500100
Originally written by hogtownboss on 2009-07-28 11:27 AM

Originally written by efaubert1 on 2005-08-15 9:09 AM

The only horse trailers actually listed in the NADA guide are Sundowner. Under RV section and listed under Sundowner. Since Sundowner has a code such as 8010, 8214 etc they are traceable for values and it list all the options and gives you a value. Other than Sundowner, it's whatever the dealer tells the Bank.

NADA.com has not only Sundowner, but they also show 4 Star, Exiss and Trails West too!

Would you mind posting a link? I was unable to locate anything at all on the NADA site regarding horse trailers.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
crowleysridgegirl
Posted 2009-07-29 8:30 AM (#108709 - in reply to #108707)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 2609
2000500100
Originally written by crowleysridgegirl on 2009-07-29 8:27 AM

Originally written by Sundown R on 2005-08-15 9:55 AM

This is the only one I know of. It might help. http://www.pricedigests.com/other/horsetrailerbook.htm Sundown R

The link comes up "Page unavailable."

Found the order page for the value book,it was on the sidebar.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
retento
Posted 2009-07-29 8:51 AM (#108710 - in reply to #29206)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 3751
200010005001001002525
Location: Rocky Mount N.C.

http://www.nadaguides.com/default.aspx?LI=1-25-0-5602-887-982-50664&l=1&w=25&p=38&f=5693&gc=rv&gtc=tt&any=0

They even got EXISS listed...

 



Edited by retento 2009-07-29 8:56 AM
Top of the page Bottom of the page
gard
Posted 2009-07-29 9:22 AM (#108713 - in reply to #108710)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 5821
5000500100100100
Location: western PA
Originally written by retento on 2009-07-29 9:51 AM

http://www.nadaguides.com/default.aspx?LI=1-25-0-5602-887-982-50664&l=1&w=25&p=38&f=5693&gc=rv&gtc=tt&any=0

They even got EXISS listed...

I must be doing something wrong. The only Exiss I could find was for RVs and travel trailers, no horse trailers.

 

Top of the page Bottom of the page
retento
Posted 2009-07-29 9:34 AM (#108715 - in reply to #108713)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 3751
200010005001001002525
Location: Rocky Mount N.C.

Originally written by gard on 2009-07-29 10:22 AM

Originally written by retento on 2009-07-29 9:51 AM

http://www.nadaguides.com/default.aspx?LI=1-25-0-5602-887-982-50664&l=1&w=25&p=38&f=5693&gc=rv&gtc=tt&any=0

They even got EXISS listed...

I must be doing something wrong. The only Exiss I could find was for RVs and travel trailers, no horse trailers.

 

 

NOPE...You're right, it's Exiss travel trailers... Not, Exiss horse trailers.  I thought those model numbers didn't look quite right.

 



Edited by retento 2009-07-29 9:35 AM
Top of the page Bottom of the page
hogtownboss
Posted 2009-07-29 10:05 AM (#108716 - in reply to #29206)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 1351
10001001001002525
Location: Decatur, Texas
You are correct! You will not see them listed as "horse trialers"! They are listed as rv, travel trailers/5th wheels!

I just looked up a 2004 EXISS and the show all LQ models that was built in 2004, even the sport models with and without glideout models.If you go to nadaguides.com click on rvs on the upper bar, then click on travel trailer/5th wheel models, then E for Exiss then it gives you a list that starts with M for models and they have everything from the SS308 to the SS414 and so on!..... The 4 STAR on list 2002 and 2003 models. Trails West list most all years as well as Sundowner!

These are living quarter models ONLY!
Top of the page Bottom of the page
laira
Posted 2012-07-16 2:46 AM (#145610 - in reply to #29206)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Member


Posts: 20

Travel Trailer Blue Book Values topics and connected Used Travel Trailer tips are reviewed below. If you're going to obtain or sell a second user Travel Trailer to or from a vehicle dealer, you must remember of the fundamental method in determining the price of the Used Travel Trailer.
Top of the page Bottom of the page
PaulChristenson
Posted 2012-07-16 1:24 PM (#145621 - in reply to #29206)
Subject: RE: blue book values on trailers
Quote Reply


Expert


Posts: 3554
200010005002525
Location: Vermont
Started 2005-08-15 5:41 AM
Revived 2006-04-19 12:20 AM
Re-revived 2009-07-28 11:13 AM
RE-RE-Revived 2012-07-16 2:46 AM

Edited by PaulChristenson 2012-07-16 1:26 PM
Top of the page Bottom of the page
Jump to page : 1
Now viewing page 1 [25 messages per page]
Reply New post
Jump to forum :
Search this forum
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this thread
Message format
 

'
Registered to: Horse Trailer World
(Delete all cookies set by this site)