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Old 08-26-2016, 04:55 AM   #1
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I'm sure to most of you might see this link might be old hat. But for new comers this might be a little tidbit of background info on the Sunline

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I just sold my T1350 but am looking for a larger TT hopefully Sunline. There's not too many in our area
I just saw an ad for a 2000 21foot Advancer DRY weight of 3405 (NADAguide). Does anyone here know of any pros or cons?
They're asking $5,500 (CDN) Nada suggests $4,680 but I think that's USD. I love to negotiate anyway
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I'm sure to most of you might see this link might be old hat. But for new comers this might be a little tidbit of background info on the Sunline

sunline [Tin Can Tourists Wiki]

I just sold my T1350 but am looking for a larger TT hopefully Sunline. There's not too many in our area
I just saw an ad for a 2000 21foot Advancer DRY weight of 3405 (NADAguide). Does anyone here know of any pros or cons?
They're asking $5,500 (CDN) Nada suggests $4,680 but I think that's USD. I love to negotiate anyway
Haha yeah, I wrote that a few years back.

Advancers aren't too common these days because they didn't age well. They had a lot of delamination issues, as did any Solaris SE, so leak repair wasn't easy. The taper body design was unique and I'm not sure if there really were any towing benefits to it, but it makes it a real PIA to do wood repairs.

Both prices seem high, I would think more in the $3500 range USD. But, if it's a trailer that's been taken care of, possibly garaged, and doesn't have major weathering, I'd consider stepping up.
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