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Family-Ready Motorhome - $28,000 (Vancleave)

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condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
fuel: gas
odometer: 35000
paint color: white
rv type: class A
size / dimensions: 36'
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
This is a good motorhome. She is 36' long, but drives like a big van. I've taken her on mountain roads and desert highways. My wife, our 3 kids, and I lived in it for about a year. In that time, we started remodeling it for better livability, but haven't finished.

All RVs more than a few years old have had a water leak. This one is no different. It's never caused major damage, but there are signs inside that I will be happy to point out to you.
The inner shower skylight dome was trapping condensation, so I removed it. It's still out right now, as have not decided what I want to do about it.
Something is draining the chassis battery. I had it at the shop a few weeks ago, but they could not figure it out. The battery is dead right now. Over the next few days, I'm going to charge and disconnect it. It was doing this when we bought it. If you stay connected to shore power and keep a battery tender on it, it doesn't kill the battery.

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post id: 7744293171

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