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Quick help, asking price for a horsebox
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rogersmellyonthetelly · 05/03/2012 07:05

Posted this on another forum, but the more answers I get the better.
What would you expect to pay for a 1994 horsebox with low mileage, full living, shower, toilet, telly, fridge, microwave, horse area recently redone by ascot horseboxes, fuy resprayed etc, looks like a much newer wagon. Also has a private plate.

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Butkin · 05/03/2012 10:21

We're looking for a new lorry so check out prices all the time. I'm sure you've been on H&H, Horsequest etc as well looking at what they are asking.

All a bit of a mindfield because depends not only on age of chassis but also box etc. Also the quality of the livings can vary enormously and that changes price.

You don't say how big it is - how many horses/ponies etc. Also what brand of chassis is it - I know that Ivecos are making less than some other makes.

The private plate confuses things slightly because if it is a good one it could add to the value. We've got our own private plate to put on a new lorry (we're holding it on papers at the moment). Will you be letting the plate go with the lorry of putting an original plate back on - what reg will it be for 1994?

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tiggy02 · 05/03/2012 11:09

Ah i'm intersted in this thread as i have one for sale. It will have a yrs MOT, 7.5 ton and loads of bits - relly tidy inside, large luton and integral cab. And i don't know what to ask???

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