2001 Tiger CX price help

Joe Eversman

New member
My wife and I inherited a 2001 Tiger CX Pro Van. We have a family of 7 and need to sell to upgrade to a larger camper.
We are trying to come up with an asking price and find a place to sell.
I posted a quick question about pricing on a different post and have had a bunch of responses asking about price. I want to be able to sell but not without knowing an approximate value.
What can we do to list on this site?

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Specs:
Built on a 2001 GMC 2500 HD
Gas engine. Just under 75,000 miles.
4WD. Automatic transmission.
4 doors, 4 bucket seats, 2 additional lap belts on couch in back for a total of 6 seat belts.
Great condition in and out.
Propane, water and electrical systems all checked last fall and in good working order.
Fresh and grey water tanks.
Bathroom w/ shower, toilet and sink.
Kitchen w/sink, stove, oven and fridge.
Cabinets.
wrap around couch fold into a bed. Another bed above the cab.
small flat screen TV.
awning. Built in storage box at the spare tire.

What is a reasonable price to ask? I see a similar one with 43,000 miles that was listed at $29,000. People questioned if it was a scam. I see another that may be nicer but not much newer listed at $85,000.Any help would be appreciated as we want to get this sold at a fair price so we can get into something large.
Thanks,
Joe E.
 

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I think around 30k is fair. I've seen slightly newer Chevy diesel provans going for around 40-50k so this being older and gas makes sense around 30k.
 

Joe Eversman

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I think around 30k is fair. I've seen slightly newer Chevy diesel provans going for around 40-50k so this being older and gas makes sense around 30k.
Thank you. There have been unsolicited offers of up to $30,000 in the last few years. Those were people driving by and we were not ready to sell. We are just now trying to establish a fair value. We of course are hoping for as high of a price as we can get but also want to be fair. If that ends up being the right price it would be enough for us to justify selling and using that to contribute to a larger RV.
 
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Deshet

Adventurer
I wonder what the tiger conversion costs back in 2001. The color scheme looks nice. What is the interior height? Does the roof raise?

Thanks

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Joe Eversman

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I wonder what the tiger conversion costs back in 2001. The color scheme looks nice. What is the interior height? Does the roof raise?

Thanks

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The roof does not raise. I am not home but could get a measurement. I am 6’ 2” and have no issues with head clearance.
 

MTAA

Adventurer
I think $30ish sounds about right for this one.

I've got mine listed over on the tiger site for $45k. It is a diesel 4wd with 107k miles.
 

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Granitefp

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My wife and I inherited a 2001 Tiger CX Pro Van. We have a family of 7 and need to sell to upgrade to a larger camper.
We are trying to come up with an asking price and find a place to sell.
I posted a quick question about pricing on a different post and have had a bunch of responses asking about price. I want to be able to sell but not without knowing an approximate value.
What can we do to list on this site?

****More pics in comments****
Specs:
Built on a 2001 GMC 2500 HD
Gas engine. Just under 75,000 miles.
4WD. Automatic transmission.
4 doors, 4 bucket seats, 2 additional lap belts on couch in back for a total of 6 seat belts.
Great condition in and out.
Propane, water and electrical systems all checked last fall and in good working order.
Fresh and grey water tanks.
Bathroom w/ shower, toilet and sink.
Kitchen w/sink, stove, oven and fridge.
Cabinets.
wrap around couch fold into a bed. Another bed above the cab.
small flat screen TV.
awning. Built in storage box at the spare tire.

What is a reasonable price to ask? I see a similar one with 43,000 miles that was listed at $29,000. People questioned if it was a scam. I see another that may be nicer but not much newer listed at $85,000.Any help would be appreciated as we want to get this sold at a fair price so we can get into something large.
Thanks,
Joe E.
 
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