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Volvo 770 RV Toy Hauler Conversion - Former NASCAR transporter -- SOLD

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Please check out my  YouTube Video at :  https://youtu.be/jRD_6rZqDDY

Asking Price $39,000






Born as a premium Roush Racing NASCAR truck-tractor


Versatile:  Self contained camper, boondocker, tailgater, toterhome, toy hauler, or flatbed with 8 ½ x 16 ft. stage or party deck


Everywhere we go, the Volvo attracts a crowd


Great driver visibility – Huge windshield - Large heated mirrors


Ride is very quiet and rattle free with both acoustic and thermal insulation.


245 inch wheel base with amazing turning radius


Cummins Signature 600 Turbo DOHC Diesel Engine – 600 Horsepower 2050 Lb-Ft Torque


Road Ranger 18 Speed Transmission – shifts like a 5 speed but has H/L range and split switches


391,600 Miles


Tandem axles with positive inter axle locking


Jake Brake – three ranges.


Cruise Control


Air-Over-Electric Brake Controller by Hayes-Lemmerz


Alcoa polished aluminum rims (10) with 285/75R24.5-G  14 ply tires  90% tread remaining


Pre EPA Emissions – no DEF/DPF, EGR, or SCR


RV fifth wheel hitch – fully articulating with 32,000 Lb rating Standard 7 pin trailer connector.


Class IV  2”  standard receiver hitch


Air ride suspension (very smooth level ride)


Fully adjustable air ride seats – driver and passenger side


300 gallon fuel capacity


Engine block heater


Shore power, inverter, and generator switching


IOTA 75 Amp converter/charger


660 Amp/hour telecom battery bank


1,500 Watt 12/120 Volt inverter


12 Volt Norcold compressor refrigerator – draws a scant 2.5 Amps


Microwave oven


32 Gallon RV frame mounted black/gray water holding tank


Galley sink – plumbed to holding tank


Jabsco marine toilet plumbed to holding tank – just updated - brand new unused


Workstation/dinette  booth converts to a berth


Main berth 42 x 80 inches on 5 inch foam mattress


Upper birth 38 x 80 inches with suspended foam mattress


Upper berth folds up and out of the way (Murphy bed style). Access is by a folding ladder


Power locks and windows


Screened opening windows each end of both berths


Potable water tank (15 gallons).  Second tank for toilet supply line (10 gallons)


Lots of inside storage and external access door for tool storage


Privacy curtain isolates cab from sleeping area


16 ft aluminum loading ramp with width extenders for large motorcycles


Detachable Motorcycle Chocks


Insured as an RV – meets Federal RV requirements for IFTA and DOT exemption


Location:  Annapolis, Maryland 21401

Private seller email or call 410-573-4700 (leave message) 


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I purchased it in 2006, and it's a 2000 VNL64T770 (boasts the largest integral sleeper available whereas the 660 is not as wide or as long). Tires were new all the way around.  Tires only have about 10,000 miles on them and have been protected when not in use.  The tires show no sign of checking at all.  The rear axle ratio is 3.58 and the tranny is an 18 speed http://www.roadranger.com/rr/ProductsServices/ProductsbyCategory/Transmissions/PCT_486870

Lbs-Ft. Max TQ. OverAll LL H   %   L % 1 % 2 % 3 % 4 % 5 % 6 % 7 % 8 Length Inches Weight Lbs. PTO Speed 
(% Of
RTLOF-20918B 2050 19.72 12.85
44 7.30
21 5.16
18 3.74
17 2.73
19 1.95
21 1.38
18 1.00
17 .73
33.1 716 79  
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you are correct, I was thinking 770 was the 2nd gen, but it's the 780 that's the 2nd gen. Yeah, it is bigger than the 660. Too many numbers to keep track of. haha. 

Hmm, same ratio my truck is now except I only have a 10spd. Being able to split those higher gears would be really nice. 

I really like your truck, but I wold have to sell mine to make it work. 

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...except for 6-7% grades (or more) anywhere, but especially in the high altitudes of the Rockies, or with strong head or tail winds. My combined weight with full everything and two bikes was 43,600 lbs,  so maintaining the sweet spot of 1650 RPM under all conditions requires lots of splits.   Also on steep downgrades, the Jake will hold  a steady speed without brakes if the correct split is chosen.

Just food for thought...


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