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  1. We're selling our 2017 Grand Design 367 BHS 5th wheel and 2017 Ford F-350 Dual Rear Wheel Crew Cab truck. Ideally, we'd like to sell both at the same time, but we'll happily sell individually provided the 5th wheel is sold first. We're located in the Santa Fe / Albuquerque, New Mexico area. We've been full-timers since 2016, and we purchased these vehicles new (we're the original owners) in the fall of 2017. As a young family; however, we've found that it is time for us to settle down, so we're purchasing a sticks and bricks home in New Mexico and thus we're looking to sell our rig and tow vehicle. We're still living in the RV, but we're closing on the house on June 4th, so it should be available within a few weeks of that date. I'm just going to provide a quick overview here; if you are interested, please contact me privately and I can go over more details. We'll have more photos available after we get all our stuff out of the RV. 2017 F-350 6.7L Power Stroke Diesel Dual Rear Wheels, 4x4 Crew Cab, Long Bed 31,500 (approximate) miles Kept up to date with maintenance (oil changes, fuel filter) Still under 3 year/36,000 mile Ford warranty Overall fantastic condition, no accidents STX Appearance Package/FX4 Off-Road Package 360 degree back-up camera system, great for hooking up SYNC stereo system with USB/bluetooth inputs and Apple/Android phone connectivity for GPS, etc. Spray-in bedliner, soft/roll-up bed cover Custom seat covers Excellent running condition with no mechanical issues Pulls a 41' foot 5th wheel like a dream Exhaust/Engine brake makes a night-and-day difference when stopping a large rig Optional TrailerSaver BD3 air-ride 5th wheel hitch available 2017 Grand Design Reflection 367 BHS Never any roof leaks or water intrusion 2 air conditioners 4 slide-outs, super spacious, great pantry Auto-leveling jack system MORryde rubber pin box, reduces jerking while towing Always towed with a TrailerSaver BD3 air-ride hitch resulting in reduced stress on the trailer All systems functional Fireplace/electric heater 40-something inch HDTV included Splendide clothes Washer/Dryer installed and included Separate bedroom/office, great floorplan for full-timing families Rear couch replaced with large office desk Pricing We'd really love to sell the entire rig as a package deal, truck and trailer together. $90,000 $82,000 for both, which includes the TrailerSaver BD3 hitch (about a $3,000 value). However, if there is no interest in a combo deal, we will sell them separately so long as we can sell the 5th wheel first. Separately, we're asking $48,000 $42,000 for the trailer $48,000 $45,000 for the truck without the hitch, $50,000 $46,000 if you want the hitch. Please send me a private message if you are interested and I'll provide further contact details. Thanks for looking!
  2. Great full timers coach. High quality build. 6 new Michelin tires, new batteries, oil change. Ready to go! 65,000 miles $119,500 includes full cover for coach, custom windshield cover and tire covers. Located in Glastonbury CT Email me for more info. I have lots of pictures too. Dave Travelhappy12@gmail.com
  3. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8RxwiNRPrmYME5ibmNjY0hzVmxHbERRakp2M0xIUWx6VWpR EDITED: let me know if you can't access the photo link. I'm just learning how to do this. Thanks to Chalkie and others! $56,000 takes it all! Selling these as a pair only- no requests to separate these please. if interested, please email me via PM to send me your email address to send you photo's of it. 2010 Ford F-250, Diesel, 6.4, Supercab, Grey, with factory bed 6.75’, 35,000 miles, Towing package, Excellent condition, Bed liner, Bed mat, black front and rear wheel well flairs, running boards, bed liner and bed mat, after market Dual oil filter system from Accurate Diesel making oil changes required only 1 time per year versus 2. This is a plain jane work truck that has been pretty babied for most of it's life so far. Tires are 10 ply and new in fall of 2017. 2017 Camp Lite 8.4s Truck Camper: only used 1 or 2 times. All aluminum frame, slide-out on passenger side, U-shaped dinette, Zamp solar connection ready, queen bed, micro-convection oven, propane stove, full wet bath, 40lbs. of propane on board, Fantastic fan vent with thermostat and added raincover MaxxAir vent covers to 2 primary fan vents. LED lights throughout the interior. Roof rack and access ladder, side and rear awnings, electric or propane refrig and separate freezer, propane hot water heater, hydraulic remote controlled loading jacks, AC & furnace, generator included (NIB). Thermo-pane windows with screens and privacy shades. I know I've forgotten some things on it. I tried to add pictures but wasn't able to. Mine are all too big apparently. Thanks for looking and I will keep on trying to insert photo's for you. The set is a beauty as the camper is a shiny grey almost silver colors, and has black decaling on it along with the black diamond plate look cabover and skirting. Go to https://www.livinlite.com/products/camplite-truck-campers/features.html
  4. $56,000 takes it all! Selling these as a pair only- no requests to separate these please. if interested, please email me via PM to send me your email address to send you photo's of it. 2010 Ford F-250, Diesel, 6.4, Supercab, Grey, with factory bed 6.75’, 35,000 miles, Towing package, Excellent condition, Bed liner, Bed mat, black front and rear wheel well flairs, running boards, after market Dual oil filter system from Accurate Diesel making oil changes required only 1 time per year versus 2. This is a plain jane work truck that has been pretty babied for most of it's life so far. Tires are 10 ply and new in fall of 2017. 2017 Camp Lite 8.4s Truck Camper: only used 1 or 2 times. All aluminum frame, slide-out on passenger side, U-shaped dinette, Zamp solar connection ready, queen bed, micro-convection oven, propane stove, full wet bath, 40lbs. of propane on board, Fantastic fan vent with thermostat and added raincover MaxxAir vent covers to 2 primary fan vents. LED lights throughout the interior. Roof rack and access ladder, side and rear awnings, electric or propane refrig and separate freezer, propane hot water heater, hydraulic remote controlled loading jacks, AC & furnace, generator included (NIB). Thermo-pane windows with screens and privacy shades. I know I've forgotten some things on it. I tried to add pictures but wasn't able to. Mine are all too big apparently. Thanks for looking and I will keep on trying to insert photo's for you. The set is a beauty as the camper is a shiny grey almost silver colors, and has black decaling on it along with the black diamond plate look cabover and skirting. Go to https://www.livinlite.com/products/camplite-truck-campers/features.html
  5. Only 41,000 miles on this three slide, 38' diesel pusher coach. Recent maintenance and repair by Freightliner / Gaffney and Independence RV. Perfect floorplan with one bedroom and two opposing living room slides. Kitchen/dining room table, pull out couch, leather recliner, flat screen TV's, combo washer/dryer. No pets, no smokers. Many upgrades. Why spend $280,000 when 70K will get you the same features. Also see http://newmarkountrystar.com/
  6. 2013 Newmar Dutch Star 4347 Bath and a half $219995 (negotiable) 23961 miles This immaculate coach has 3 slideouts including a full wall slide sleeps 5 and gives you plenty of room and comfort. All Electric, 450HP Cummins Diesel engine on a Freightliner chassis with a tag axle and is 42’9” long. It has a 150 gallon fuel tank, 105 gallon fresh water tank, 65 gallon grey tank and a 45 gallon black tank. Too many features to list. This MotorHome is located 65 miles west of Seattle in the Beautiful Olympic Peninsula at: Peninsula RV 261293 US-101 Sequim, Wa. 98382 (360)582-9199 M-F 8am-5pm pst Sat 9am-1pm pst Sun. Closed (After hours and Sunday please call (951)255-4144)
  7. So just purchased a 2003 Holiday Rambler Ambassador 38' on a Roadmaster chassis. The previous owner really didn't know a whole lot about the technical aspects. After getting it home and going through everything I have a million question about the systems and operation of the coach (not the driving ) There are many things that I have no clue about. What I need is someone who is very familiar with this or similar coaches to spend an hour or two going through everything with me. Any suggestions and or advice will be appreciated and rewarded in Heaven I'm sure. I live in NW Austin Texas in case you know someone.
  8. Must sell our 1998 Country Coach Intrigue with great room slide. Only 123,000 miles. Strong 325hp Cummins diesel, 6 speed Allison, new tires, washer/dryer, satellite, lots of extras, lots more photos available, questions welcome. Call 817-901-5900 cell. $29,500.
  9. 2005 Jeep Liberty Limited CRD 4x4 (Diesel)Good mileage in a 4x4 SUV? Where can you get a midsize 4 door SUV that includes Jeep's Trail rated full time and part time 4x4 off-road capabilities, and still get over 30mpg? You can find all that in this turn key example and well sorted 2005 Jeep Liberty CRD with all the known problem areas addressed in the last 15k miles including timing belt/water pump, lots of new parts listed below, good tires, and last but not least a new remanufactured transmission ($3k installed) with a 3 year unlimited mileage warranty (tied to the vin#) that was installed in Jan 2017. This Jeep is ready to go to take you on your next adventure. This is a popular automatic toad/towed vehicle that can be flat towed with the 4x4 transfer case in N and that was our plan before we bought a HDT & 5th wheel toy hauler, however it currently does not have any of the flat towing accessories needed. It is a great example of one to start with though. Vehicle Condition and options: The Jeep paint is still very shiny as you can see below and overall still looks very nice for a 2005 Jeep. This is the limited model which model includes the color matched fenders, chrome grill, power windows, leather power seats with heat, power door locks, keyless entry key fob, EVIAC computer with mpg, temp, compass, TPMS warnings, and various other settings you can change via the computer. There are no dents or major damage on the Jeep, but there are some minor blemishes on the kick panels behind the tires from road grime to be expected of a vehicle of this age/mileage. The clear coat on all the Aluminum wheels is peeling and there is some very minor surface rust on the passenger door boot kick plate area. The driver's seat has a rip in it just from being used the most. I've tried to show all this below in the pics. Driving a small Diesel Liberty: The Diesel motor in this Liberty is a blast and it's amazing to feel the low end grunt and power of that Diesel motor and still get great mileage on the highway. I average between 26-30 mpg on the highway and have seen into the high 30's on a long trip. Even towing two motorcycles on my open trailer, I still was in the low 20's. The only time I dropped below 20 was playing off road in 4wd. It's a versatile do it all SUV that can take you to your favorite trail head or tow your toys behind it with ease. The smaller foot print of this SUV and very sharp turning radius make it a breeze to park in a crowded parking lot or navigate to your favorite trail Do your homework - Timing belts: As you are sure to research Jeep Liberty CRD, you'll certainly find that there are lower mileage and cheaper CRD's out there, but do your homework on what has been done to it and what it might need. This one has had thousands of dollars spent correcting the known problem areas that are eventually sure to fail and on top of that just had a new remanufactured transmission with 3 year warranty installed. You have nothing to worry about with this one as all the mechanical stuff has been addressed. On any CRD you look at, ask about the the timing belt as it is a must do item every 100k and even if it isn't due by mileage, after 7-10 years you are playing a catastrophic gamble with the motor if it breaks. By now all the CRD's should have had at least one timing belt change, maybe two just on age alone. That super low mileage 100k mile CRD Liberty may not be the deal it appears to be once you get done doing an expensive timing belt job and related components and updating all the problem areas that are known to be the weak links. I've addressed more of that in detail below. Fly in and drive it home: I have clean title in my hand. If you want to fly in to drive this home, I'll be happy to pick you up from the ATL airport and I'll even put a full tank of fuel in it for you. Location: Newnan, GA Price: SOLD Brief history on the CRD motor and optional tuning: The Jeep Liberty CRD is very unique version of the Liberty that was only made for 2 years from 05-06 and had a very fuel efficient 2.8L 4 cylinder Diesel engine that in stock form put out 160hp/300 ft*lbs of torque. Jeep would later issue a recall and derate the engines to 260 ft*lbs due to an under spec’d torque converter from the factory that had shudder issues under full torque in lockup. Very few jeeps avoided this derating over the years. In later years, a company called Green Diesel Engineering spent hundreds of hours testing and developing an Eco & Hot tune for the KJ Diesel Liberty’s that gave them better HP & Torque numbers compared to stock with much better fuel parameters and performance. They gave you full torque unlocked, but included limiting the the torque in full lock-up to protect the stock torque converters. The Eco tune is good for 188hp/335 ft*lbs of torque (270 ft*lbs in lockup) and also increases the fuel mileage from 4-5mpg over stock. The Hot tune bumps it up even further to 200hp/364 ft*lbs of torque (a full 100 ft*lbs more than over stock). There were many options for stronger torque converters, but the Dodge Ram Hemi was rated up over 420 ft*lbs and works great with the Jeep with a lower stall speed and easily handles the additional torque of the Eco & Hot tunes. The GDE tunes most importantly removed the engine killing EGR that forced the engine soot back through the engine and caused numerous other issues, some taking years to show up. With the tune the engines run so much cleaner and happier, not to mention get way better mileage and have so much more power. Jeep CRD transmission & 4x4 capabilities: The Jeep Liberty CRD’s all came with a 5 speed automatic 545RFE transmission (same one found in the Hemi Dodge Ram) that has 2 over drive gears. 3rd is the 1 to 1 ratio with 4th & 5th as over drive gears. This helps keep the Diesel motors in it’s torquey powerband as you cruise down the highway and get that awesome mileage. You can lockout O/D with a button on the shifter if you need to maintain 3rd gear for towing or other reasons. All CRD’s also came in 4wd and the 4x4 transfer case features 2wd, 4wd part time, 4wd full time, N, & 4wd low. You can shift on the fly from 2wd to either of the 4wd high modes. 4wd part time keeps the front & rear drive shafts locked for snow, mud, or ice when traction is minimal and the most traction is needed. 4wd full time acts more like AWD which unlocks the front/rear drive shafts so the front axles can turn out of sync with the rear and this allows you to use 4wd when you want the extra traction, but might still encounter pavement with more traction as it protects your drive line components. 4wd low has a deep gear reduction to give you that extremely low end torque you want in extreme off-road terrain. The N position totally decouples the transmission and driveline and allows the Jeep to be flat towed behind an RV or motorhome.Problem areas and online knowledge: The great thing about rare vehicles like this is they usually develop quite an online following where there ends up being a lot of knowledge shared between everyone leading to a great resource of knowledge and the Liberty sure has that following. Although these Diesel engines have been well used all over Europe for years in taxis and other cars and have proven to be very reliable engines, there were some new issues that developed over time due some of the components used on the US versions. It took some years for these issues to come out and be addressed on the forums and by the aftermarket, but the good thing is since these motors have been around for so long, they have all been addressed now and once addressed, you have a very reliable motor. Most of this was down stream effect from the extra EGR emissions components that played havoc on the motor as mentioned above along with a few other trouble areas like ceramic glow plugs that can break and destroy your engine, head studs that stretch and allow the head gasket to leak, broken/worn valves suspected from the EGR soot which then break the rocker arms, worn cams from the aggressive soot in the motor and of course just the normal waterpump/timing belt maintenance every 100k miles. My search for a CRD I’ve wanted a CRD Jeep since they first came out although it wouldn’t be until years later I decided to pursue one. I searched for months trying to find a Liberty CRD that had had all these trouble areas addressed so it would give many years of trouble free performance. You may find what you think is a real gem of a low mileage liberty, but most times, it’s yet to experience the failures that are sure to come if they are not addressed properly. This Jeep liberty had everything I was looking for addressed prior to my purchase and then I had the new transmission put in all in anticipation that I would be keeping this for many years towing behind our RV as we went to a full time RV life. However in the last month we ended up changing our mind about buying a motorhome and instead ended up purchasing a 5th wheel toy hauler and large Diesel truck to pull it. I hate to see the beloved Jeep go, but we don’t have a place for it anymore. I know I would be hard pressed to find one as well sorted as this one in the future, but someone else can go on to enjoy such a unique vehicle. All the parts below were replaced in the last 2 years and 15k miles; I have receipts for most of these partsJeep Liberty CRD specific items and problem areas addressed: New HDS Model 001 thermostat (Designed by a forum member and keeps the jeep at the proper operating temperature plus makes the thermostat easily replaceable) New metal glow plugs (Eliminates the ceramic ones that break off) Remanufactured cylinder head (Still have the original) New cams New rocker arms New rear main seal EGR/FCV deleted ARP head studs New head gasket GDE ECO tune & HOT tune including the tool to flash it and read & clear codes Eliminates EGR problems too PML deep sump transmission pan with easy to access drain bolt Dodge Ram torque converter New Remanufactured 545rfe Transmission with 3yr unlimited mileage warranty (Installed Jan 2017) Normal wear items & maintenance: All fluids changed New timing belt and idlers/tensioners New water pump New battery New starter New brakes front brakes and rotors New rear drum shoes and parking brake New front wheel bearings New front suspension bushings/ball joints/tie-rod ends New turbo inlet hose New turbo-to-intercooler hose New Fuel Water Separator New Fan Clutch New Goodyear tires installed at 152k (All 5 with all new TPMS sensors New Flowmaster DBX muffler Updated MOPAR fuel head with new filter 2 new BOSCH fuel injectors New rear glass lift supports Entertainment, appearance and options: New double din touchscreen bluetooth radio with DVD/CD player Includes bluetooth streaming capabilities and hands free calling New underseat subwoofer with controller New speakers Tinted window deflectors on all 4 windows and front hood Jeep was just fully professionally cleaned, waxed, and detailed Have spare front grill Have both front inner fender pieces Box full of mics parts Class III receiver hitch with 5k lbs towing capacity Jeep 4x4 CRD Limited Diesel Fuel Interior Pics The driver's seat has a rip Front dash Rear Seats New Double Din Bluetooth DVD/CD player with USB drive Subwoofer under passenger seat with control 166k miles. No Check engine lights or warnings on Green Diesel Engineering flash tool and code reader Stock Tune, Eco Tune, & Hot Tune No codes Rear caro area and seat. Rear seat has a 40/60 split for folding down Seats folded down New HDS 001 Thermostat holder Now major leaks on the motor Good serpentine belt Good tires Deep Sump transmission pan with drain bolt for easy transmission fluid changes Thre is a small crack in the glass on the bottom right corner of the windshield but it terminates into the side and has not spread since I owned it. It's totally out of your view.
  10. So like others who are pulling an RV, I'd like to add an auxiliary diesel fuel tank to my 2016 Dodge Ram 3500 Laramie dually. I've identified a tank I'd like....and RDS from Northern Tool. But I'm having a difficult time finding a shop that will install it. Neither my local mechanic or dealership will take on the work. I've consulted with several friends in the area that are known to have made custom mods on their "toys" and got nothing regarding referrals. So since my salesman, who I got the truck from is a good friend, I asked him "Why am I having such a hard time?". He said there are few willing to do it anymore since DOT regulations and the liability associated with leaks and spills are not worth it. Still, he has a contact or two that he is going to ask, but suggested I take to the forums for help. I do have one friend who did the same to his Dodge truck and can use his mechanic, but that's 90 mins away and am trying to avoid the trip if not needed. If I do need to travel, then so be it. What am I missing? Are others who have been thru this finding the same challenges? I live in north central Ohio on Lake Erie, so anyone with recommendations in the Amherst, Vermillion, Huron, Sandusky, Norwalk or Port Clinton area would be appreciated.
  11. Afternoon, Thank you in advance for reading and hopefully replying to this question. Recently our F450 was hit by '13 Honda Accord at the front bumper/right tire area. Good news is - everyone walked away. Bad new is - the F450 is not drivable. Questions: 1) The oil filter was knocked loose and the oil drained out of the engine. It was a very large puddle of oil. We are not sure if the engine stalled before the key was turned off or not. If it did not stall, not certain how long the engine ran spilling out oil. How deadly is this to a diesel engine. I want to have some knowledge when the mechanic tells me about the engine. 2) A large chunk of the front tire was removed during the accident. The insurance only wants to replace the damaged tire. We have 18,000 miles on the truck. If the tread depth is no symmetrical does this effect the towing and handling properties? I know that you cannot rotate front to rear on a dually. 3) Any suggestions on how to insure that the rest of the motor and frame are undamaged? What questions I should be asking and what tests to require? I am nervous about not having the truck repaired correctly and hauling our 19,000# Voltage down the road. It is a safety issue for us and those around us. Thank you and God bless, Cindi
  12. My partner Rhapsody & I are heading out on a journey from South East Texas (beginning of June 2016) westward through New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, California & landing in southwestern Oregon for an event in July 2016 in our BFT powered RV & are wondering if we can connect with WVO burners along the way who can provide filtered & dewatered (preferably centrifuged) Waste Vegetable Oil. Let me know if you can help us not burn dino-fuel for this trip. Thanks!
  13. New photographs....see listing below. http://www.rvusa.com/detail?id=1912945 Contact: Phil Schneider 503-678-7999 or email at: prs5545@yahoo.com
  14. The family and I have decided to sell the house and hit the road full time until we can find our ideal location to settle back in. We have narrowed our new home down to the Jayco 29.5 FBDS 5th wheel as it seems to be a great balance of durability and function. This RV is classified as a half ton model but I would not consider a half ton for this size RV. The dealer claims that a 3/4 ton will tow this no problem but looking at the Ram 2500 Mega Cab 4x4 with the 6.7 diesel or the Chevy 2500 Crew Cab 4x4 short bed with the Duramax, that leaves very little room for payload. Both trucks have a payload capacity of approximately 2,000 lbs and the RV has a tongue weight of 1,600 lbs, from what I understand this leaves me with only 400 lbs of payload capacity. That leads me to believe that I should be looking at the 1 ton instead of the 3/4 ton but I have a hard time believing that I need to go with a 1 ton for a 1/2 ton series 5th wheel. Any suggestions on 3/4 ton vs 1 ton? Thank you for any help on this.
  15. 2006 Gulfstream Endura 34' Model: 6331 Price: $67,000.00 Condition Used Mileage 36629 Stock Number 53-6-C-W6331EH-036408 VIN Number 1GBE5U1256F410849 Rv: Kodiak Chassis,Two Slides, Two AC units w/ceiling ducts,30KBTU Furnace,Tow Package,6 gal.Hot water heater,TV Antenna,Clock,3 Burner stove top, Bath Fan,Booth Dinette,Heated Electronic controled side mirrors,Confection Microwave,ladder,King Size bed w/storage,80 gal.fuel tank, Fiberglass front cap,Radius tinted windows,Slide out toppers,2-Low profile A/C ducted, Co2 Detector, LP leak dectector,Foam sealed and undercoated,Day/night shades,100 Gal fresh water,52 Gal gray,52 Gal black. OPTIONS: Duramax Turbo Diesel Engine(300HP),Allison/1000 Trans,5.5KV Diesel Gen,Leveling Jacks,Thermopane windows,Hardrock Maple interior, Upgraded dash,Heated holding tanks,Fantastic fan,Large 2 way double door fridge(3862),Leather 6-way driver/passenger seats,Full body paint,Alcoa wheels,Winegard Trav'ler automatic multi Satellite TV Antenna (DirecTV),Sofa Sleeper,Back-up Camera, Corian counter top.Upgraded Mattress,Cab-over window,Auto electric step. Add-Ons: Solar System: 420Watt KD solar panels (3),Xantrex Inverter/Charger (Prosine 2.0), Blue Sky 3000i booster,4-6VDC AGM Batteries, Goodyear tires and engine batteries(Nov.'15), Radio Kenwood((DDX371)'15), Main Awning ((Electric)'11) Double window awning ('15),Suspension: Front Sway bar, Trac bar, Steering control shock,Banks Exhaust and Banks IQ controler,Koni shocks('15),32" LG HDTV ('15),Extent-a-stay propane fitting,Blue Ox Tow Bar,Lounge chair w/ottoman. ** Transferable Bumper to Bumper Warranty good till 2019 or ~40K additional miles. Please contact: Tom or Janis @ 585.347.4288 or tom_edelman @Yahoo.com for additional info. about this well maintained coach.
  16. Hi there, I am new to this and a female so I don't know much about engines. Hubby and I are looking at a 1965 8V71 with a 4 speed Allison transmission. Electric shift (not sure what this means though?). It was rebuilt less than 10K ago. He is handy and an aircraft mechanic by trade but knows nothing about diesels or RVs for that matter. I am sure he can work on it no problem, but we just want to know what we are getting into. How reliable can we expect this to be? I have read that they all burn oil. How much? Most ads mention how many miles "since last rebuild". How often does it need to be rebuilt? What is the general maintenance for these things? I've done a ton of research but can't seem to find anything about these items. I know that all engines have "bad years". Does anyone know if 1965 was a good year? Is there any advice that anyone could add about inspecting this thing? I'm detailing a list, but don't want to miss anything big. Are brakes an expensive or hard job? Hubby does our brakes- so I'm guessing he could do these no problem? Thank you in advance!
  17. Looking for a rig I can boondock in full time while working online. Prefer 36' if possible. Ideally has solar panels and batteries already, but I can add them. Want high quality older rig, like Country Coach, 1999-2001 vintage. Can you help? E-mail me at frandeco@hotmail.com.
  18. 2003 Fleetwood American Eagle Diesel Pusher Only 47,000 miles 2 Slides Garaged Cummins 400 HP Diesel Pusher 10,000 Tow Capacity Allison 6 Speed Transmission Onan Diesel Generator with Autostart Satellite Dome Model 40Q with Matrix Paint Scheme Fiberglass Roof All Black Leather Interior with Light Oak Cabinets All Tiled Floors Dual Zone Heated Tile Floors Dual Furnaces Dual Ducted A/C Units Corian Counters 4 Door Dual Power Refrigerator with Ice Maker High End Microwave/Convection/Halogen Oven Dual Burner Amana Stove Sofa and Loveseat 4 Chair Dinette Ceiling Fan Halogen Lighting with Factory Rope Accent Lights (All Dimable) Brand new (4 X Rear) Michelin Tires Almost New Michelin Front Tires New Diesel Pre-Filter system Install to protect fuel pump etc Recently Serviced Exterior Freezer and Flat Screen TV Dash A/C Ice Cold Alarm System - Remote Access Tons of Basement Storage 100 Gal Freshwater Tank 10 Gallon Propane/Electric Water Heater Many More Options............. Ready to travel or an excellent Full Timer Excellent Deal Firm Price $90,000.00 (Below Book) Located in South Carolina - Storage Garage can be taken over to rent 13 x 50 For additional Information or photos email me at dgxco1(at)yahoo.com
  19. 2001 Freightliner FL60, Business Class Back on the market; thought we had a deal but fell through Looking for $$; not a trade Located in southwestern New Mexico low mileage! 122,000 miles 250 HP Cat 3126B engine (diesel) 800 foot pounds torque Allison 6 speed auto transmission power steering Silver Leaf engine monitor system brake controller Air all around (brakes, rear suspension, cab, seats, 5th wheel hitch) 2” receiver 4 storage boxes 5.5kw diesel generator with 389 hours back seat bed body by Mountain Master Good deal at $25,500 email: travelindoc@gmail.com
  20. REDUCED To $39,900!!!! 2000 Safari Continental - 42 foot - Model 4066, 42Ft, Magnum Chassis, 6 Speed Allison Transmission, Caterpillar 330 HP Turbo Diesel Engine 77,442 miles. Tires excellent condition - 3 years old (only 6,000 miles on them) and everything in great working condition - PRICED TO MOVE Fast for serious buyers who recognize an incredible deal! 2 Slides - Living and Bedroom 50 Amp Service Automatic Winegard Direct TV Satellite Dish (roof mounted) Central A/C - 2 units (Blows very cold) 7500 Watt Onan Quite Diesel Generator Roof Mounted Solar Battery Charger Rear Camera & Monitor Large Electric Awning, 3 Window Awnings 3 Flat Screen TVs (Front, rear and outside bay) Hydraulic Leveling Bose Surround Sound Queen Size Bed in Master Bedroom Living Room Couch Folds To Bed (has tear) Fiberglass Roof - no leaks Residential Refrigerator Ice Maker built in Full size double kitchen sink Glass Enclosed Shower and Bath Tub Corian Countertop 2 Burner Stove Convection Microwave Oven Huge amount of storage inside and outside bays Serious Buyers Only - Call or Text: 702-682-6660 Email: stephanieleighmulac@gmail.com Open to trade of equal value for 5th Wheel Toy Hauler Location: Kissimmee, FL NADA - $60K-$72K Slashed To: $39,900 More pics available at: http://www.rvtrader.com/listing/2000-Safari-Continental-114202511
  21. Just saw the Thor Vegas, an awesome small class A, with a very spacious interior. Great design and the openness of the driver's view is the best on the market, bar none. But no diesel...so no sale to me. If Thor offered the Vegas as a diesel, they'd have cash on the barrel, no questions. Shame they don't offer that option for that design.
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