QUOTE(mrs_truesdell @ Feb 2 2008, 02:34 PM)
hi we have a 2005 32' travel trailor made by forrest river but there is no other name just made by forrest river. it is a fema trailor and we didnt know that when we bought it but it is a really nice trailor. using the nada book thing i cant find its value because it wants to know which camper it is that forrest river made. we paid 8500.00 for it. i just want to know how to find its true value
You might want to have your trailer inspected. It was just on the news that the fema trailers and mobile homes may be toxic. Since yours is a Forest River you might be ok, but I would defenatly look into it.
"More than two years after residents of FEMA trailers deployed along the Mississippi Gulf Coast began complaining of breathing difficulties, nosebleeds and persistent headaches, U.S. health officials announced Thursday that long-awaited government tests found potentially hazardous levels of toxic formaldehyde gas in both travel trailers and mobile homes provided by the agency.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, which requested the testing by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said it would work aggressively to relocate all residents of the temporary housing as soon as possible.
Levels of formaldehyde gas in 519 trailer and mobile homes tested by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Louisiana and Mississippi were — on average — about five times what people are exposed to in most modern homes, the CDC reported. In some trailers, the levels were nearly 40 times customary exposure levels, raising fears that residents could suffer respiratory problems and potentially other long-term health effects, it said." Quoted from MSNBC NEWS reporter M Bunker