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2009 Volvo VNL670 and 2012 Heartland Cyclone 370C Toy Hauler - $110000

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The time has come to part with my rig! I'd like to sell this as a unit.
I have for sale a 2009 Volvo VNL670 Titled in Colorado as a Motorhome! This tug was originally purchased from RVHaulers in Canada in 2014 to haul this specific toy hauler. I've done a few updates to the truck, I have built side boards, and a steel cover for the 5th wheel hitch, I've also built a crane on the back for lifting items onto the deck of the truck. I've swapped out the inverter that came with the truck for a Xantrex inverter/charger. The current mileage is 733,823

The trailer is a 2012 Heartland Cyclone 370C purchased from Camping World in 2013. it's been well taken care of! All 4 vents on this unit are fantastic vents with rain sensors! This unit has 2 AC units, and a Generator, there's 88.5 hours on it, still near new! You can even smell the new camper scent still! The original LP fridge was replaced in 2015 with a new 3 way fridge, it works fantastic! this unit has the 110v fridge in the rear, but there is a washer prep behind it.

Everything on this rig works perfect to the best of my knowledge, it was winterized in 2016 and hasn't gone out since, the main reason I'm selling, it just doesn't get used. I'd like to see someone get some use out of it.

This truck pulls this camper like it's not even there, 70mph up I70 if you want/need to. I've averaged 12mpg in the time I've owned it.

I have all service records from the time I've owned both vehicles.

See photos below for current details or, this youtube video from Gregg when I originally purchased the truck.
Photos: https://www.icloud.com/sharedalbum/#B135Uzl7VZfzQV 
RVHaulers Video: https://youtu.be/hQSilM5gA9g

I'll take $5k off the top if purchased before 9/15/18.

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Edited by tjquinn
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This is a nice looking set up. Have you sold it then?  I am surprised that there have not been any comments on it. 


When was was the last time the truck was used? Have you done anything with it since?  IE started it just to run for an hour, put anything in the fuel to stabilize it, has it been plugged in this entire time? Etc. 


I have to ask, was the interior a factory job or did the previous owners do that?

Can you seat four people around the work station table in the back?


Thank you,



Edited by Brian C
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Hi Brian,

Nope, haven't sold yet. I fire the engine once a month or so and drive it a few miles to warm up and keep things fresh. I use stabilizer in the fuel as well. I have installed a Xantrax Inverter/charger in it, and it is plugged in when parked.

The interior; I installed the TV, everything else was factory. You can seat 4 people, if they're smaller folks. I'm a big guy, 2 of me don't fit on one side of the table. My nephews could fit 3/side.



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