Monday, July 30, 2012


2006 Continental Cargo V-Nose Car Trailer ~ 8.5’ X 24’
FEATURES:  6.9 Interior Height with 110v Lighting Package, Finished Interior with Upper & Lower Cabinets, Diamond Plate Rear Ramp/with 36" Side Door, NEW- LED Tail Lights, Roof Vents & Covers Plus Roof Has Just Been Resealed, Spare Tire (Tires Replaced approx. 1 yr. ago ), 5200 lbs Dexter Axles with Extended Tongue, Tie Downs & Ratchet Straps, Load Level Hitch Extra (Included At Full Price), Minor Dents & Scratches ( Decals will need to be removed or Club Member May Like To Have Them).  This is a high quality, ready to go, not stripped down trailer!
$9500 O.B.O.
Call Gene: 704-663-5423 or 704-506-8739 ~ email:


Blogger Delsie said...

Kudos on selling your car! Meanwhile, I wish you good luck on selling your trailer! :) One good marketing tool in selling vehicles is to take as much photos as you can of the vehicle your selling. There can never be too much of your vehicle’s photos if you’re trying to sell it. A buyer would want as much photos that you can give for them to make sure of the authenticity of the vehicle.

Delsie Maidens

September 19, 2012 at 1:56 PM  
Blogger Leisa said...

Delsie, let me add something about your tip. Yup, taking photos of your car is a good marketing strategy. But, make sure that you also take pictures of the interiors, so that your buyer would know if the car would give them the comfort that they need. And if you do that, you'll have a higher chance in landing a good deal.

Leisa Dreps

November 12, 2012 at 12:40 PM  
Blogger Danille Folson said...

The person who bought that car is really lucky! Anyway, I'd like to join the conversation, and I do hope that you guys wouldn't mind. Yes, it's true that photos can be used as a marketing strategy. But for some, photos can be deceiving for it can be edited and modified. On another note, a very important aspect when selling a car is to include your reason for selling. Also, be honest with the car's condition and include damages if there's any. By the way, I do hope you've sold that trailer by now. If not, then I wish you the best of luck!
- Danille Folson

April 9, 2013 at 3:17 PM  

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