We are selling our 2006 Jayco Seneca 34SS. After months of research for a great RV for our family, we had this one built to our specifications. With only 39,258 on this diesel coach, it's barely broken in. About 90% of all these miles were on the interstate, as we would travel to all corners of the US for weeks at a time. We had a Jeep behind this as our tow vehicle, and would set cruise at 75-80 mph, with ample power to spare. It's been a solid unit for us, never letting us down. I'm not a big fan of chance with my toys, and this was taken to the local GMC dealer every year for inspection, annual oil changes, all service points recommended by GM, and anything they found. It was also taken to the RV dealer we purchased it from for winterization, and for roof/awning inspection as well. This spring, I had the chassis A/C system, brake booster assembly, and the gear drive assembly for the main slide of the coach all replaced. Some of the other key things I've replaced in the last 3-4 years are full set of Michelin X tires (DOT 11/15) which have less than 5k miles on them, as well as the main awning, all 4 coach and chassis batteries, a toilet upgrade, and a high end custom mattress from NaturalBed worth nearly $2k. Tons of full door cargo storage!Overall this RV is in really good shape for its age. Its always been a nonsmoking vehicle, and only had one dog in it a hand full of times. It does have little things, like some scrapes, and dings on the cargo doors, (most could be bent back into shape) paint fade on the steps and mirrors, (again, some spray paint would go miles for this) and a small section of clear coat off on a decal on the slide out. (Maybe 3x4") A wax job would really make this thing shine! With the interior, you have some basic scuffs that could be touched up, and the dining table seems a tad loose. There are two spots where the wall covering has came loose from the wall, one is about 3" x 3" off the floor next to the fridge, and the other is at the top inside of the main slide out. The wood behind it is 100% solid. (we have NEVER had any roof leaks) You won't notice the floor one, but with the other, sitting at the table, I honestly think you could pull it back, and some spray adhesive would do the trick. These might be common problems for the age, but I just want to be 100% honest and upfront. As I've mentioned, it has all the right options for your needs, and at basically at half the price we paid new. At 67,500, its just over NADA Wholesale (and thats without credit for the low miles) You won't find many units in this price range, with these service records, and levels of maintenance from day 1. I'm only selling because our boys have grown up, and the free time is hard to find now. If you have any other questions, or want pictures, please don't hesitate to ask. You could fly in, and drive this RV anywhere your home is. Can work out a deal for the Blue Ox tow set up if the price is right. Thanks.