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  1. 2002 Century Classic S/T, Detroit 60 3 pedal, 60" sleeper, Immaculate condition, 2 stage jake brake, CB, full air ride, mini fridge, registered as RV, air ride 5th wheel plate, Truck is in CA , New tires 500,000 miles, Easy to drive kids driven it. Bought it for horse shows, there done and on there own. 18k Runs awesome. just don't need text or call for photos 7072916890
  2. If you want a Luxury Diesel Pusher, but do not want to deal with the break in period for over a year then you have found the coach you are looking for. This coach has had it all done; it has been back to the factory to have the “home-team techs” tune it to perfection, then recently more Thor techs have serviced it to be sure it is spot on. The Freightliner and Cummins Techs have recently been through the coach and made adjustments and additions to make sure those aspects are also taken care of and up to par. The full living area furniture including the drivers and passenger’s seats, theater seats, fold out couch and dinette have just been replaced with the new and improved upholstery material. Not just upholstery, but all of the furniture including the frames, cushioning, and everything has been replaced and not used since, so you do not have to deal with the flaking and other issues the original upholstery has been plagued with. The fans in the three roof air conditioning units have been replaced so you do not have to worry about the problem they had with coming apart and shredding the internals. The Aqua Hot is working like a charm, has been serviced as recommended from day one. The 65,000 miles on the coach have concluded the break-in period of the engine. That, combined with the consistent maintenance along the way, and the recent full check-over by Freightliner and Cummins techs, you can drive to your hearts content with full confidence. I could go over the many things that we have done to keep this coach running smoothly but to summarize- this coach is in truly turnkey status. All you need to do is move in and take off to your favorite destinations. This is a one owner, non-smoking, well-loved and taken care of coach. Below are some of the specifications and information about the coach. If you have questions please contact me. Drivetrain: Freightliner XC-R Raised Rail Chassis ,Cummins ISL 8.9L Turbo Charged Engine with 450HP & 1250 lb.-ft. Torque. Easy up the hills, tows a Jeep without even knowing it is there. Engine brake is delightful, power is confidence inspiring, and it rides like a magic carpet. 6 Speed Allison MH-3000 Automatic push-button transmission with overdrive, Towing capacity 10,000 lbs., Fuel capacity 150 gal. with insert locations on both sides of coach, ZF Independent Front Suspension w/ 60 degree wheel cut, steering in tight spots is effortless. Bright polished 22.5 inch aluminum wheels wrapped in Michelin Tires Construction: Full-body paint with Gel-Coat sidewalls, Automatic Leveling jacks w/ touchpad controls, Side-hinged locking compartment doors w/ automatic locks, Basement pass-through storage and one bay has Easy Slide tray, Heated Basement and water tank Fresh water capacity 91 gal., gray and black at 51 gal. each, No propane necessary, 3 Slideouts Awnings: Power Entry & Patio Awning with LED lighting, Main awning has wind sensor,Window awnings,Slide Room Topper awnings with Aluminum Covers Keyless Entry System Atlas Foundation provides an excellent foundation for the coach to be built upon. Interior: Polished porcelain tile throughout, Ceiling Ducted Whisper Air Central cooling system, LED lighting throughout Decorative Ceiling treatment with Mood Lighting, All cabinetry is solid wood with raised panel doors, high-gloss glaze, and Nickel finish hardware, New Ultra-leather furniture Driver side sofa with air bed, Reclining theater seating with footrest, U-lounge dinette dining, Central vacuum, 55” LED Smart HDTV in living room and 40” LED television in galley, JBL Soundbar with bluetooth, HD Satellite system and Blue-Ray player Kitchen: 20 cu. ft. Stainless Residential refrigerator with in-door ice and water dispenser, Electric induction cooktop, 1.9 cu. ft. Stainless convection oven, Residential dishwasher, Solid surface countertop Bathroom(s): This coach has a half bath mid-ship of the coach allowing bedroom privacy to be maintained. Both toilets are porcelain with dual water level flushing mechanisms. Each bathroom has a vanity with overhead lighting and under sink storage The rear bathroom comes equipped with an oversized FULL HEIGHT shower with glass door and seat Bedroom: King Sized bed, Ceiling fan, Large storage capabilities in both the bedroom and rear closet, 32” LED television for Master Bed viewing, Sony Blu-ray DVD Player in bedroom, Residential stacked washer and dryer in bathroom with ducting for dryer to outdoors, Day/night shades throughout coach, 40inch TV outside under the awning, Asking $215,000 Pictures by email upon request. I cannot figure out how to load them here, space is limited it seems.
  3. 1995 Georgie Boy Swinger - 34 ft Approx. 78,0000, Gas engine $22,900 for the RV, $4,900 for the toad We are moving to Italy and so we’re selling our completely remodeled RV and Mazda 3 tow vehicle. We’ve been traveling around full time all over the US since July and really enjoyed this motorhome. Despite it’s older looking exterior, the inside is bright and brand new, very spacious and super comfortable! We have upgraded so many things on this RV including a new roof, all new appliances, and a motorized flat screen TV, to name a few. Message me for more photos and I will be happy to email them to you. The list of upgrades is extensive: Kitchen: We built a larger kitchen area that is more conducive for cooking, with additional cabinets and counter space, a residential sink and all new appliances: residential fridge/freezer, gas cooktop and hood, a microwave convection oven, and even a dishwasher. Portable washing machine stores under kitchen counter and works perfect for small loads. Bathroom: We installed a new larger tub/shower combo, new sink and countertop, and new tankless propane hot water heater. Some Interior Upgrades Include: Laminate flooring throughout, new hybrid memory foam and spring queen sized mattress, Max fan in bedroom, upgraded water pump, upgraded LED lights inside & out, and added heat and noise barrier insulation and carpet to the doghouse. Some Major Exterior Upgrades Include: New roof, large awning, air lifts for a smoother ride, tire pressure monitoring system, and spare tire mounted underneath. TV’s: 50” 4K HDR Amazon Fire flat screen smart tv that is mounted on a motorized lift, housed inside a cabinet, blueray DVD player, and a 2nd TV in the bedroom. Radio/Navigation/Cameras: 7” android radio with front & back cameras, new side and center speakers. Generator: New Champion inverter generator with remote start, less than 500 hours on it, 3 yr warranty. Misc: Leveling jacks & steps are electric. Both dash A/C and central A/C blow nice and cold. Both heaters in the living area and bedroom are propane and work great. No slideouts = less things that break! Storage: Tons of storage including a pantry, linen closet, large under bed storage, lots of storage cabinets and drawers in the bedroom and throughout the RV, and large storage compartments on the outside. General Maintenance: new spark plugs and wires, new ignition coil, new serpentine and ac belts, new brake master cylinder, recharged dash AC, and resealed windows. Cat Things: We created a step down into one of the storage compartments below for the litter box with entry under the booth, and a hiding spot in the bedroom that allows them access in and out if the bedroom door is closed. Tow Vehicle: 2009 Mazda 3, Manual transmission, 126K miles, owned since it was brand new, meticulously maintained with documentation. Blue Ox plate installed for towing. New: A/C compressor, serpentine belts, engine mounts, all 4 struts, front tie rods and lower arm suspension, head lights & fog lights.
  4. 2007 Dolphin LX model 6320 (34ft) -- Original owner, 70k miles Workhorse W22 chassis with GM 8.1L gas engine and Allison 6sp transmission. Excellent condition, very well cared for from day one with complete maintenance records. Six new Michelin XRV tires, new brakes with genuine Workhorse pads & rotors. Recent major transmission service at Allison factory service center. Spacious interior with two Slide-outs. Many upgrades to enhance dry camping. 1025 watts of solar power, six premium AGM house batteries, high end solar charge controllers & battery monitor system, and 2kW inverter/charger. Fresh water increased by 20gal to 100gal total, gray increased by 26gal to 67gal total. High resolution SeeLevel-II tank monitor system 32” 1080p HD TV $850 Casper queen mattress, window awnings, plus many other upgrades. Did not intend to sell this coach, hence the new tires & brakes. But, we came across a new motorhome we really liked and decided to take the plunge... This very nice coach is cleaned, serviced, smogged and ready-to-go. ---needs nothing--- $39,900 or make me an offer. Rick 760-415-0733 -or- rick.rv61@gmail.com RV is stored at residence in San Diego area
  5. Right now we have a Class A Winnebago Adventurer with a 50 amp service which runs everything plugged in or with the generator. We are thinking of buying a Jayco Altante 31V which is a smaller RV 32' but only has a 30 amp service. It has two 11,000 btu air conditioners and want a convection/microwave installed as well. Will the 30 amp run both airs and the convention over at the same time? Will it only run one air at a time? The sales people say yes, but we all know how that goes. I can't find anything on it really. We have been full-time since 2002 and our RV is breaking down and want to trade for a smaller. The Alante drives nice and love the floor plan, but the 30 amp is a concern. Also will a Ford V10 320 HP engine have trouble going up hills while pulling a car?
  6. We have decided to downsize since we are traveling part time. So, we are selling our 2011 Monaco Monarch 33 SFS with 25K miles on the engine. This is a Class A, 34-foot Gas Coach, Ford V10, with one full bath with shower. 6 brand new tires driven approx 1600 miles (approx $4500 value) It has an electric fireplace/heater in addition to the propane fired furnace. 2 AC units with heat pumps. 2 TVs on the inside 3-way refrigerator with an ice maker. Plenty of outside storage with pass through. Full body paint. Convection microwave. The dining area has 2 chairs instead of a dinette. Great vehicle for boondocking with a 5500W Onan generator installed. Upgraded window awnings. Fiberglass Roof. Stored under cover most of its life in a barn. Heated tanks, mirrors, and double pane windows. Pictures will not load for some reason...but video walkthrough below. Happy to send pictures if needed of any area of the coach! This is a great RV! asking $64,500 OBO mlisau@gmail.com
  7. I'm considering upgrading my gas model to a diesel for longer trips and have found a few models which fit some of my criteria but they are from a company I'm not familiar with. The company name is THOR. The particular model I'm seeing is a Serrano and it has an International MaxxForce 7 Turbo Diesel... Any feedback on either Thor or this particular diesel would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  8. We purchased a 2002 Winnebago Brave from a private seller near Houston, TX and, unknown to us, it has a lot of electrical problems. We are fairly new to full time rving, a long way from home (upstate New York) and don't know who to trust as the repair shop that already did some work for us made the situation worse instead of better. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  9. Our RV has less than 9 inches of clearance in the front. Since we purchased it, we put about 2,000 miles (4,400 total) on it. One day while pulling into the driveway of a RV park, we heard an extremely loud noise, as if the frame of the RV was dragging against the ground. When we looked, we were not high-centered. Instead, the right front wheel was rubbing the inside the wheel-well. In order for us to get into our RV spot, we had to drive extremely slow and back up several times in order to the RV in the proper position. The next day when it was light out, we notice how little of ground clearance we have in the front. Additionally, when looking at the wheel well on both the drive and passager front, the wheel well sits lower than the top of the tire. No one has been able to identify the problem yet. It has been very challenging to get help with this issue There is something seriously wrong with our RV (probably suspension) ANYONE ELSE OWN A 2019 Entegra Vision 26X? Please contact me if you are experiencing the same issue?
  10. RV Lifts of America 2014 model. This a BIG and HEAVY lift! It has an electric winch that lifts the motorcycle into the locking storage position. The reason I selected this model vs. a hydraulic unit was because the hydraulic unit blocked the engine access door on my Class A. Sold the Class A, new owner didn't want this feature. This lift is designed for a full size motorcycle and includes the 'appendage' for a sidecar. Can be modified to haul a trike. All my photos are too large to post so send me your email or phone. I live in the Tampa bay area. Asking $3200. Unit is in very good condition. I leave for Alaska May 1st.
  11. 2011 Itasca Sunova 33C for sale. New tires. Solar, inverter and extra batteries. New smart TV. Elec awning. Color backup camera. Side cameras $57,500 (NADA $62,000) Downsizing. Would consider trade for small Class B, B+ or C Located in Mesa, AZ. Call if interested, 918-822-3096 More pictures available
  12. Hi, we are thinking of downsizing from a 5th wheel to a short Class A or Class C. I was wondering do people actually trade rigs or should we plan on trading at a dealership? We have a 2008 Sunnybrook Titan 33CK-TS in great condition but my husband is physically disabled and is no longer comfortable setting up the rig. We no longer full time and rent a home. We would still like to travel and think a small motorhome would be perfect. Any opinions or thoughts? Has anyone gone through this dilemma?
  13. Planning a trip from CA into Utah this fall. Inquiring about the condition of Hwy 50.
  14. Recently I saw the question posted on facebook, "Can I install a household shower head in an RV" The answer of course is yes. they both use standard pipe fittings as well as the faucets in the kitchen and bathroom. I decided to get a shower head that is not labeled for RV use and see what happens. I was completely underwhelmed, it was just like I had put the factory shower head back on. So now I'm back in the comfort of my oxygenics. Check it out if you have some time!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXr6jFOMVVk
  15. Great Condition, just over 26k miles. Tons of extra's, ready for full-time or weekends, full solar (great for off-grid), wheel and windshield covers, Roadmaster towing package for your toad, brand new (never slept in) queen memory foam mattress, cab overhead bed, U Lounge option, washer/dryer, electric fireplace, wifi ranger, cell booster, portable satellite for use with DirectTV or Dish. Two TVs, a dvd player. 5 coach batteries replaced 12/2016. Onan deisel generator. Runs great. One owner bought new in 2/2015. Remaining bumper to bumper extended warranty transferrable to new owner. $125,000. Retails new for $246k without all the extras! Can view photos at https://denver.craigslist.org/rvs/6588581102.html
  16. 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/
  17. So, my dad is selling his motor home. It's a 2000 Winnebago Adventurer, 32 foot, with a living room slide out, Class A, Gasoline, with approx 110,000 miles on it. It is currently at a storage facility in Georgetown, TX. If you are interested in looking at it or purchasing it, please email my dad at ayers.bob@gmail.com, or me at jayers@prismnet.com He has taken meticulous care of it when he was using it, but has not used it in a few years, and at 87, is just not able to keep driving it. He just put a brand new battery in it, and it runs fine, just needs an inspection. It's in pretty good shape, but here is the disclosure list from him: -Exterior body damage to left rear ( I looked, it's a small, cosmetic thing, but pics to come) -Tires may/may not need replacement because of age/dry-rot -Roof needs refinishing and caulking around all items (not leaking, just a regular maintenance issue for it's age) -Windshield and all windows need re-caulking/sealant (same thing: no leaks, just maintenance) -Coach A/C cooling questionable -Annual safety inspection due and may show additional problems He's kept it at a storage facility, under a roof, since he hasn't been using it, and I went and cleaned it out, but left all the bed linens, and tools/extra parts specific to it's maintenance for the next owner. It looks great, but the carpets could use a shampoo...no visible stains, just regular dirt from foot traffic. Other than a rug shampoo, it's super clean, especially considering it's age. Can send more pics if you contact one of us. We are looking to get $12K, OBO
  18. 2008 Damon Challenger 371 Ford V10 Triton Class A 55,320 miles. $39,800 38 foot, Three slides outs with Toppers. Two Slides are on opposing sides for expansion. Two ducted AC units with remotes. We are the second owners of this beautiful Class A, having owned it for 4 years. This coach is in excellent condition. Runs like a top and truly drives like a dream. Ready to go. Newly Inspected. Full tank of gas; full tank of propane. Well-loved and well maintained, with many upgrades. Has never seen the winter unless under a covered roof. Spent most of its winters in the south. Non-smokers and no pets. This motorhome features a very sought after layout. Front living room space can be separated from the kitchen/dining area with two beautiful sliding French Doors. Scores of amenities. You will find an amazing amount of storage inside and outside with full basement storage. Full kitchen with a stove/oven/exhaust fan, double sink, refrigerator (gas & electric), swing up cutting board, plenty of cabinetry, 7 drawers, small pullout pantry. Upper and lower cabinets at the entryway, the lower cabinet has 3 utility drawers. Dining room has a double drop leaf freestanding round table, a corner cabinet with a TV and storage. The Living room has a 70-inch couch with a queen pullout, TV, fireplace with remote, desk with chair and dimmable recessed lights, AC (one of two roof units) with remote, and Deluxe upper cabinetry all the way around. The 2 cockpit Captain chairs can swivel into the Living Room for extra seating. The Master bedroom suite features a King size bed (80" long x 75" wide) with an added memory foam topper, nightstands with cabinet above, and an additional full row of cabinets above the bed. The bedroom has the second Air conditioner that can run independent from the living room AC. The bed lifts for storage underneath and locks; 2 wardrobe closets for his and hers; and 7 full size drawers. Full bath with walk in shower, skylight, porcelain toilet with a sprayer and a slow close lid, plus a cabinet above, a large sink, medicine cabinet, and a linen closet that is floor to ceiling. Features: 50 amp service; with 30 and 15 amp adapters Two ducted AC units with remotes. Ducted Propane furnace with remote. Gas generator, quiet Onan Marquis Gold 5500 with 150.2 hours which can power everything in the coach. 3 slides (2 opposing in Living Room), all with slide toppers. Slide switches have a Key lock. Automatic levelers Rear View Camera Power and heated mirrors Lighted Power steps 2 large Patio awnings, 2 Window awnings 2 HD TVs Roof Antenna with Power Booster Hook up for portable satellite dish (not included) Entertainment Package with CD/DVD Player; exterior TV hookup. Entertainment Control Center / A/V Switcher Cable ready. Sound system throughout (switchable to Front only or Rear only) Fireplace with remote control Desk area, chair, dimmable recessed lights LED Lighting throughout Smoke Alarms Carbon Monoxide detectors LP Detector Hot water heater (gas & electric); 25-gallon Propane Tank 71-gallon Fresh Water Tank Day / Night shades. Front pleated window-shield privacy curtain. "RV Quick Shade" windshield shade mesh which blocks heat while allowing for a outside view during the daytime. 2 dash fans Slide out desk on the passenger’s dash. Loads of inside storage and outside basement storage with many storage bins being pass-through. Rubber roof, well maintained, always kept clean and conditioned. Added or Upgraded Features: New tires purchased 2016 (6 total); valve extenders. Spare tire New Awning Fabric on both main patio awnings 2 new Window Awning units installed on driver's side. Slide seals on drivers side slide are newly replaced 1000 watt inverter 2 New Coach Batteries, 6 volts each (wired in series) New Chassis engine Battery New Kitchen Faucet 2 new MaxAir II vent covers Water pressure regulator (integrated) Water pump replaced 2014 Added (2) 12 volt receptacles to bedroom (for phone charging) 30 foot 50 amp extension cord. 50m/50f Leveling blocks included for under the automatic levelers Added new deadbolt lock Added Air Horn Wheel Cover Protectors - Heavy-duty waterproof vinyl with soft backing Fresh water hose, Sewer hose New 7 pin wiring connector (with toad battery charging). See more photos here: https://allentown.craigslist.org/rvs/d/2008-damon-challenger-371/6644790867.html Located in Lehighton, PA.
  19. Hi all. I've been reading on this forum quite a bit and love how active it is. I was hoping all you experienced RVers could give my husband and me some guidance on what rig to buy. Here's our plan: We want to travel the country for at least one year with our (now) 2 year old. We are open to the idea of buying a Class C or Class A, but here are our main criteria: 1. NEEDS to have a sleeping solution for our toddler that we don't have to set up everyday (leaning towards Class C because it's more common to find bunks in those). We're also open in remodeling a closet or other space into a bunk if that's a viable option. 2. USED and under 40k, we don't mind doing cosmetic remodeling. 3. Max length 32, preferably 30' 4. CCC of at least around 2,000lbs (We found a Bigfoot that we REALLY liked, but turns out the CCC is only 455lbs) 5. double sink (or is that something that can be installed afterwards in any rig?) 6. good insulation as we plan to take it up North (but not in the midst of winter, so expecting no colder than 20 degrees at night) 7. Car seat safety - needs to have a dinette or seating that can accommodate a car seat rear-facing 8. Some counter space would be nice since we'll be cooking a lot 9. Reliability. We've been saving for this trip for quite a while and don't want to spend too much time in repair shops or broken down 10. Tow rating - needs to be able to pull a dinghy (make and model TBD after we purchase the rig) I'm hoping you can give us some guidance on any or all of the items we need! Please let us know what you think what brands/models to look for and which ones to avoid! Also, I'm not sure what age is "too old" for a used unit that we need to Thank you and happy travels!
  20. Here's a link to our RV Trader listing: https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/2006-Damon-INTRUDER-373-5001923426 This has been a great coach and we put a lot into it - I hope that is evident in the listing! We want to downsize to a 30-footer. Happy to answer any questions. This is a great full-time setup.
  21. Anyone else using Verizon Unlimited and liking it? Yeah it's not truly unlimited in every way, but it still is a home internet replacement for me without issue. I made this video in my apartment, but I am weekender currently when it comes to RVing, and am out every weekend primarily at the same campground, but out to different parts of the country around me regularly.
  22. We are currently waiting to buy our first motor home,,a 1996 Georgie Boy Swinger that up until a month ago has been garage kept.. My Wife and I have never RV'ed before..I am retired US Navy Submarine service and she is still working as a cashier at a local grocery store..I am hoping to shorten her schedule as soon as I can,, I am receiving a estate settlement this week and plan to make the purchase,,any and all advice is greatly appreciated,,I have shopped and looked now for about 9 months and am ready to buy..Any pointers on beginning the life I really want to get..
  23. Here is a quick tip for winterizing that RV fridge if you have the same handles I do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJ-1YfREYj4
  24. I recently installed two Battle Born lithium batteries and an Ames 2000 watt inverter charger into my travel trailer. Here is how it looks all finished up minus the parallel cables for the two batteries, Here is my real world usage for those batteries anybody else using these batteries, I am a big fan. I will no longer carry a generator 2-4 day boondocking trips.
  25. Temperatures are getting chilly overnight, I have a tip for those of us without heat pumps. This allows me to use electric heat and or catalytic heaters that sip propane to warm the entire coach.
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