2000 American Coach Motor Home
Used 2000 81,000 miles
For sale price $89,500 – Fly to Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport, I'll pick you up then you can drive your new RV home! Call Jim at 817.437.XXXX Over $12,000 invested in new equipment in the last three years – Banks Power Pack, washer/dryer, rear leveling jacks, both roof air conditioners, the awnings over both slide-outs and the rear pinion seal. In addition over $3,500 invested on a new custom interior, 2" venetian blinds, solid wood cabinetry booth and desk, pergo floors and wood valances. Original documents, books, manuals, maintenance receipts and papers included. Cost new $220,000, replacement cost today $327,600 to 398,860 plus options. INFO – 315 HORSEPOWER Cummins 8.3 liter 315 HORSEPOWER ISC Diesel ~ fuel mileage 8.692 since new, while towing a Honda Accord practically every mile [The Banks Power Pack has definitely added power and appears to have improved MILES-PER-GALLON]. Allison MD-3060 six gear automatic transmission on a Spartan Mountain Master Chassis and independent front wheel suspension. Tanks and capacities in gallons are: fuel=125 ~ freshwater=95 ~ grey water=60 ~ black water=40 ~ hot water heater=6. Tires 275/80R22.5 with the four outboard tires on polished Accuride aluminum wheels. TELEVISION's (20") in front and in bedroom. Tracstar In-Motion Satellite Receiver has worked great, capable of Direct TELEVISION or Dish. No more fiddling manually to get Satellite TELEVISION to work. Furthermore if trees obscure reception, moving 10ft or less usually gets good reception. RV also has cable TELEVISION and telephone hook-ups. Microwave/convection oven, three burner cook top, gas oven. Sony rear backup video monitor with day/night setting and audio. I use this monitor full time on the road to monitor towed vehicle and assists mirrors in insuring safe lane changes. Front carpet has been replaced by PERGO wood flooring, 2" venetian blinds and wood valances on windows. Inside cabinets and closets provide outstanding storage. 2 roof air conditioners and furnaces controlled by front and rear area thermostats. Dash fans and three powered vents, one in kitchen and two in bath areas. Both front seats rotate to enlarge living quarters. The drivers seat has power adjustments. A single powered entry step with a passenger switched powered entry well cover. Corian counter tops throughout kitchen and bath areas. Queen sized bed has a Tempurpedic mattress. Onan 7.5 KW Quiet Diesel Generator. Batteries: house (4), coach (2). Dometic LP or electric side-by-side refrigerator w/ice maker. Cruise control. Towing: Blue Ox Tow Bar, wiring harness, equipped for M&G brake system for towed vehicle. RV trailer hitch and tow bar each have 10,000 pound capacity. Has great basement storage with 1 pass through bay and another bay has slide-out tray and four additional bays. These compartments are lockable and have lamps controlled from instrument panel. Hydraulic leveling jacks. Mirrors powered and heated. All original documents, books, manuals, receipts and service documentation. A significant inventory of fluids stored in 1 of the compartments along with replacement belts and other small items for repair and upkeep. Approximately. 81,000 mis. Interior Height 79", Width 96", Exterior Length 40' 7.5", width 102". ADDITIONAL REASONS why this motorhome is a exceptional deal. Quality - I chose get as close to the "conversion coach" quality and durability as I could afford, thus the diesel engine mated to an Allison automatic transmission on a Spartan Mountain Master Chassis, and full fiberglass exterior (except the roof). View - The Class A has a nice expansive windshield area enablingpanoramic views. Safety - Except for the conversion buses Class A's are the safest for driving of the RV platforms. They also offer the advantage over trailers and 5th wheels of being able to walk up to the drivers seat, turn the key and drive away without going outside if danger presents itself when parked along the road. There is also a distinct advantage when stopping at any stop of not having to leave the RV to have lunch, go to the bathroom or even to take a short nap. Resale - I don't like the overall negativity associated with living in a "trailer" which at times affects the resale value of 5th wheels and travel trailers. Class A's are simply more prestigious for live aboards. NEGATIVES - List of possible negatives associated with our RV. The living room couch has been replaced by two cabinets and a swivel chair. These were pre-owned by my essentially blind wife to hold a fairly large magnifier reader. On a positive note the 2 cabinets include six drawers, one of which is a filing cabinet. We also modified the original table and chairs into a booth arrangement keeping the original table. Health and age issues dictate our selling the RV which has been a really big part of our lives. LOCATION - The RV is currently in a secure storage lot in Sanger, TX which is about one hour north of the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. I will need to accompany you to this storage lot. I can provide transportation from my house or meet you at prearranged location in Sanger. HISTORY - We have lived/traveled full time in the motorhome for 7+ years. It has been reasonably low maintenance, gets good fuel mileage for it's size, is very dependable and has lots of options at a bargain price.DEALERS NEED NOT CALL!!FINANCING AVAILABLE!
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November 9 2018 on National Mult Llist