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Old 03-04-2019, 09:37 PM   #1
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Pleasure Way

Not mine... but local and just listed

Ford E250 Off Road Pleasure Way
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Old 03-06-2019, 11:08 AM   #2
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Wow...

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Good looking rig, and I love that color, but it is 16 years old so that price does seem high. Pretty crappy ad too, as far as details go (options, which V8 gas engine,...?).




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Good looking rig, and I love that color, but it is 16 years old so that price does seem high. Pretty crappy ad too, as far as details go (options, which V8 gas engine,...?).




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I was thinking the same thing..

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He is just working under the assumption that people are willing to pay that kind of money for the 4x4 look. Pretty common in CA, where lots of lifted things are 2wd because 4x4 isnt really necessary for commuting.
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My 2002 Traverse has about the same amount of miles. I guess I should lift in and drive it to California if I want to sell it at a premium price! :-)
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Good looking rig, and I love that color, but it is 16 years old so that price does seem high. Pretty crappy ad too, as far as details go (options, which V8 gas engine,...?).


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All Traverses are pretty much the same build. I don't think Pleasure-Way really offered any options as they are more of a mass-build RV factory than a smaller boutique place like SMB or GTRV. Likewise, I think the platforms were standard: E250s with the 5.4. It's not a BYO van sort of place.



I like that black Rhinoline on the bottom... might have to do that to mine.
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Good looking rig, and I love that color, but it is 16 years old so that price does seem high. Pretty crappy ad too, as far as details go (options, which V8 gas engine,...?).




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Get this. He was asking $49,500 for it Got nasty with me when I gave
him some friendly advice.
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Old 03-07-2019, 01:12 PM   #9
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Where do people get the numbers they are asking? I bet that thing was right around $50k new 15 years ago.
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What it cost new doesnít really fully impact what they command used. If you want a Traverse, they are very hard to find and donít come up very often. A comparable new pop-up van, the PW Tofino, is built on the Promaster chassis and lists for $70k. https://pleasureway.com/tofino/
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