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Blue book price on a 1978 Terry travel trailer Drew 10-24-08  
I am looking to see how much my grandma's 1978 Terry travel trailor is worth. I don't know if there is a blue book for travel trailor's or not, but she wants to sell it and I am trying to find out what she can get out of it. Her registration card says RT for style. Weight/Length is LG/23. If anybody has an estimate or knows where i could get a free one, please let me know. Thank you!
Re: Blue book price on a 1978 Terry travel trailer Richard marinus 5-15-09  
Do you have any pic's of it i can give you a ball park estamate they range in price because most trailor site will not let them in there park due to insurance reasons. but they do hold a good market for hunters and transiant campers in great shape you looking at $2500 mid shape $500 to $1000 bad shape $100 to 500
if you can send me a pic i can tell you what its worth. good luck.
Re: Blue book price on a 1978 Terry travel trailer Becky Clyde 7-7-10  
The Terry Travel is actually a 1997, I believe, in good condition. All things work and all things are clean.
Re: Blue book price on a 1970 Terry travel trailer Joani Norby 8-7-10  
I was curious what the blue book value for my 1970 Terry trailer. TV / 020
Re: Blue book price on a 1978 Terry travel trailer cynthia 9-9-13  
Wanting to know the value of this trailer..
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