I searched the NADA.com website but was unable to find a model called "outback", and therefore cannot help you. The only thing I can tell you is that you're talking about a coach that is 14 years old. Therefore, a good estimate would be to subtract 20% of the original sales price for the first year and then 5% of the remaining values for each of the following 13 years. Another option is to search for your year and model on the internet and see what sellers are asking for them. Without accurate data, pricing is impossible, but it is likely that your unit is not worth anywhere near what you paid for it. You can also take it to a dealer to see what he will give it for you, and then divide that figure in half.