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PostPosted: November 4th, 2017, 7:00 am 
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Hi I am seriously looking to buy a Chinook Concourse or Premier. I have up to $25,000 cash in hand to spend will consider all conditions and mileage. I will also pay a finder's fee up to $1000 cash to any information that leads me to buy a Chinook. You can call or text me anytime with any and all offers 401-623-6669 or you can email me at rodschneider63@aol.com. Thank you!


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PostPosted: December 3rd, 2017, 8:33 am 
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Still looking. Increased price to $25,000 cash for the right one. Thanks


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PostPosted: December 5th, 2017, 11:09 pm 
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I have a 2004 Concourse i will sell but $25 grand isnt even close. Right now its at ford getting a complete new fuel system including a new gas tank, fuel pump, fuel pump driver, hoses, and sensors. The bill for that will be right at $5 grand, I have $2600 of brand new frontend suspension parts here at the house waiting to be installed, including new brake pads front and rear, new ball joints, new late model I beams with new bushings, New late model radius arms with new bushings, new coil springs, new FOX revalved shocks, new Radius arm brackets. I also have a $2800 trailready bumper on order due here in january, the bumper superstore already sent me the $600 lights that mount in the bumper. It has a Reyco/Granning air suspension system on the rear installed 2 summers ago brand new which was right at $6 grand, it also had all new rotors installed at that same time. Once the fuel system is done and i get the front suspension done it will be 100% mechanically. I have 3 boxes of vinyl flooring in the garage that i purchased for the interior remodel which is on hold until the mechanical stuff is done. It has a Renogy 200 watt solar system and 2 Group 31 AGM batteries. Michelin tires front and back purchased new 2 summers ago, Alcoa aluminum wheels, both vent fans were replaced with fantastic fans, one in the living area and one in the bathroom.


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PostPosted: December 6th, 2017, 10:03 am 
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I have a 2004 Concourse i will sell but $25 grand isnt even close. Right now its at ford getting a complete new fuel system including a new gas tank, fuel pump, fuel pump driver, hoses, and sensors. The bill for that will be right at $5 grand, I have $2600 of brand new frontend suspension parts here at the house waiting to be installed, including new brake pads front and rear, new ball joints, new late model I beams with new bushings, New late model radius arms with new bushings, new coil springs, new FOX revalved shocks, new Radius arm brackets. I also have a $2800 trailready bumper on order due here in january, the bumper superstore already sent me the $600 lights that mount in the bumper. It has a Reyco/Granning air suspension system on the rear installed 2 summers ago brand new which was right at $6 grand, it also had all new rotors installed at that same time. Once the fuel system is done and i get the front suspension done it will be 100% mechanically. I have 3 boxes of vinyl flooring in the garage that i purchased for the interior remodel which is on hold until the mechanical stuff is done. It has a Renogy 200 watt solar system and 2 Group 31 AGM batteries. Michelin tires front and back purchased new 2 summers ago, Alcoa aluminum wheels, both vent fans were replaced with fantastic fans, one in the living area and one in the bathroom.


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PostPosted: December 8th, 2017, 7:04 am 
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I believe I personally emailed you when you inquired on forum before but got no response. This is in regards to 1999 Premiere that I will consider selling. Pictures of complete renovation have been posted on this forum. You can send me an email at aikensb60@gmail.com if you want to discuss. Price would definitely be below $25,000.


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