Best place to sell a wheelchair ramp van?

icebiker

JORBA: Morris Trails
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Before I begin a bunch of research I wanted to see if any of you know the best way to get the most for selling a ramp van. Car Gurus, Car Max and the like don’t account for all the specialized purpose built equipment that goes into a ramp van, so any offer from them would likely only be for a standard van of the same make and model. I have found a number of outfits that buy and sell these but hoping someone on here has some knowledge of which make the better choices. Over the past 10+ years my wife and I have been helping a single mom who is almost completely disabled now due to progressive MS. She will unfortunately have to move into an assisted living facility soon. She has a late model Sienna ramp van and we are looking to help her get the most for it. Any initial guidance or input is appreciated.
 

rottin'

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Sorry to hear about your friend's situation. Has she thought about donating it? My neighbors' son has Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy and they were extremely happy to receive a donated wheelchair elevator that could be used outside the house from a local family who was in a similar situation. It was a game changer for their quality of life.
 

icebiker

JORBA: Morris Trails
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Sorry to hear about your friend's situation. Has she thought about donating it? My neighbors' son has Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy and they were extremely happy to receive a donated wheelchair elevator that could be used outside the house from a local family who was in a similar situation. It was a game changer for their quality of life.
Unfortunately she is not in a position to do that. She has a diminishing budget as her health insurance is close to running out and needs every penny. The van is likely worth about $50k, which would go a long way to covering her multiple expenses.
 

w_b

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These guys are local to me in HP, and that’s what they specialize in. Looks like a legit operation. Maybe can give info to put you on the right track?

MobilityWorks. (732) 640-5342
 
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