Description: Good overall condition and excellent mechanical shape, less than 71k miles with strong and reliable Toyota Fuel-Injected 22R-E Electronic Fuel Injected (EFI) 4-cylinder engine, with an automatic transmission (with overdrive) and 1-ton chassis. This engine and chassis combination are bullet-proof and well known in the industry. Starts right up hot or cold. Idles smooth and has good power. Well maintained over the years. Newer starter and alternator (2016), good brakes. Easy access roof mount spare tire.
In February 2018 we changed the oil and filter and performed a full tune-up. The batteries (coach and engine) were replaced in November 2016. Large rear bathroom, mid kitchen and L-dinette, sleeper sofa.
The chassis uses a heavy-duty dually rear axle with 6 lugs. Its gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) is of 6000 lbs, which means it is considered a light-truck at DMV.
The coach is built out of heavy duty fiberglass and aluminum. The sides of the RV are all fiberglass for easy cleaning and low maintenance, and the roof is made out of aluminium. The roof is sealed using Henry's Enviro-White.
On average, fully loaded, we get 15 miles per gallon. In the world of RVs this is amazing (most RVs will have a hard time breaking the 6-8 mpg barrier). Comes fully equipped and it is self-contained. There is a full 2000 watt solar inverter, a huge bank of batteries and a back up 2800 Watt generator if needed. The solar rig was done in November 2016 by Solar Works in Slab City, California, I paid $3000 brand new for it. You can boondock to your heart's content with this. It is a Class C RV, which means you do not need a special license. It comes with the following (all in working condition):
17 gallon fresh water tank
17.5 gallon gray water tank (sink and shower)
19 gallon black water tank (toilet)
Water heater (propane)
Forced-air Furnace (propane)
Shower (powered by water pump, off the battery)
Toilet and bathroom sink (powered by the water pump, off the battery)
Fridge/Freezer replaced within last 5 years (propane or battery)
Dual Kitchen Sink (powered by the water pump, off the battery)
Dometic air conditioner
Solar panels on roof to charge the batteries, can be tilted to catch the sun
Privacy shade that covers the cab’s view into the coach
Retractable canvas awning for shade
Rack for 2 bicycles
TV mounted to ceiling (I haven't used it, I assume it works)
Kenwood AM-FM radio with GPS and aux input
2 beds (loft and fold down couch)
Sofa folds down into double bed. Table is removable and can be put in front of sofa or L-shaped dinette or stored in closet. Swivel barrel chair.
Plenty of storage all over the RV, including a closet for coats in the back
Propane tank (old style connector)
Shore electricity cable and water hose, and tanks dump hose
800w Microwave (runs on solar electricity or generator)
Everything is in working order, except air conditioner in cab.
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