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Since no interest I have decided to keep the Rig.

Thanks for looking.






1999 38ft Diesel Newmar Dutch Star in great condition.


2005 trail rated Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4 with 5.7l Hemi.


Cat 7.2 l engine and Freightliner chassis with 92,058 miles.

Very good tires all around, front ones replaced a year ago.

Three 120 watt solar panels with new controller. TM 2025 RV Battery monitor.

7KW Generator with 288 Hrs on it.

Full storage cover and UV covers for front windows and awning.

100 gal fuel, 105 gal water 10 gal water heater 32 gal propane.

Every thing works the way it should and has been maintained well.


138,000 miles, VERY strong engine drives and tows perfectly, no accidents.

New 5 speed transmission at 125,000 miles.

New brakes.

Tow master set up. Brake buddy system (used once).


This is a great rig for full timer on a tight budget . (Part timers welcome too)


Richard North, Dallas, OR

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I will try to find out the model # I have it in the documentation but Cannot find that right now. It has one large slide. I have several pics I can send to your e-mail address.

I don't know how to provide link to photo bucket.



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First, go to Photo Bucket and just right click on the picture you wish to use, then select "copy image location." Return to your post and then put your cursor in the place you want the picture and then click on the photo icon in the post tool-bar a and it will open a window called "image properties" and you them paste the link you just copied into the space for a url. Let me know if you have trouble but it really isn't difficult, once you figure it out.

I don't know about the others who have looked at this one but if I were in the market I would be interested in know a bit more about it. I looked at the NADA prices for both and if we assume that the Dutch Star and the Jeep are both to the low price end of their model years the listed average retail for them would be just a little bit less than he is asking for the combo. If we assume that both are to the high end of the price guide then his asking price is about the same amount below the combined average retail. It could be a great way to start for someone. :)

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