I'm looking for a radiator . I've A 1976 chevy barth 20 footer. It has a 350 and a 400 turbo tranny. The tad is a 21 x 36 inch 524 sq inch HD downflow standard. 541-625-8877. Thx. Currently In Bend Oregon. Headed to Baja
Escapees, we’re selling our 2020 Bay Star 3226. If you’re hunting for a gasoline-fueled Class A, you might want to consider this one. We bought her new eighteen months ago and she has never left the region (Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico). She has has been lightly used, stored indoors, and is priced to sell quickly.
This 32-footer is built on the Ford F-53 chassis with the proven 320 HP Ford V10 engine. She has 6,700 miles on the odometer. The exterior paint graphics are navy, gray and white with Dura Shield protection on the front cap. It has three slides, an upgraded suspension, dual A/Cs, a Brite Tek walkable roof, hydraulic leveling, undercoating, thick insulation, and a full set of custom MagneShade window covers. There is a king bed, three TVs, residential fridge, lots of storage, and tasteful cabinetry. It’s got Winegard satellite, Wifi SkyPro, and Bose techology packages. It has a 6-volt house battery bank and upgraded invertors. There are more bells and whistles here than we ever tried to figure out or use.
We’re on the Texas coast this winter and it’s warm down here. If you’re looking for a used, but highly-pampered, Class A for your 2022 travels, email me for a full photo set and features list. Current service and tire policies are transferrable. We’re asking $139,000 and advertising it here first. Email John at email@example.com
Our motorhomes always had either a shift into park ability or a parking brake or both. We never chocked any wheels. We did try to keep the drive wheels on the ground, though, even if that meant pulling in the other way around. Even when we lived all summer in one park we didn't insulate the tires from the ground as so many here recommend doing. But, we also drove for at least 30 minutes at least once a month to keep things working well.