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Saturday, December 19, 2015

Going To Sell My Motorhome.

I guess since it has been a year since I used my motorhome, it must be time to sell it.  I really hate to do that, but I suppose that it is the best thing to do.  I am not getting any younger, so I will just oil up the ole rocker/recliner and sit down and rock and rock and rock.  Hey, wait a minute, that is exactly what I do now!!  So, you see, why let it just sit there in the driveway when some family could be having the time of their lives traveling in it.

Before I describe it in more detail, I will post a couple of pictures that I took of and in it.  Along with these and my header picture, you should get a good idea of what it looks like.


I had some preventive maintenance done on it, like getting the roof seems all re-caulked, etc.  If anyone is interested, let me know and I will put together a more complete list of what is in and on it.  Sine that bottom picture was taken, I had the large awning replaced.  There are awnings over the door and the other windows, too.  The inside is like a home, even has a four door refrigerator, gas stove, microwave/convention oven and much, much more.  When all four slides are open you could hold a square dance in the living room.

It is powered by a CAT diesel pusher and has a diesel generator in the front.  Have replace the tires.  That mostly describes it.  If any of you are interested, send me an email at
wb3dzy@consolidated.net
 and I will answer any questions that you may have and give you a price.  Now, you all have a great day, you hear?

17 comments:

  1. Looks bigger on the inside! I wish I'd bought the one you had before this one.

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    1. It opens up to over 12 feet wide. Does have lots of room.

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  2. It sure looks nice... wish I knew someone who is in the market for one.

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    1. Who knows, maybe I can squeeze one more trip in.

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  3. Indian Lodge has very nice rooms in Fort Davis and you will not knock off the oil filter driving your car there.

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    1. OK, I am laughing. BTW it was the fuel filter not the oil filter that I knocked off. Kept pumping diesel into the tank and then I noticed something running down the side of the street. At first I thought it was a fresh, grey, or black water tank leak, but no, it was diesel.

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    2. Of course traveling with my three dogs in the Jeep Liberty would be a challenge.

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  4. Nice looking rig, good luck with the sale

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    1. Thanks JO. Good luck is always a good thing to have.

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  5. Beautiful motorhome! Hope you can squeeze one more trip out of it. Good luck selling it.

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    1. I am not going to hold my breath on taking a trip.

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    1. Who knows, maybe I will end getting buried in it (grin).

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  7. Wish I was in the market to buy a motorhome. It looks really nice. Good luck with the sale and get a good price for it. Gotta go my rocker is calling me. Haha

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    1. There are a few things I want to fix so that it will be in perfect condition. So will wait until I get that done to advertise it.

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  8. Kinda hate to see it go, ya know?

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