After my divorce, I lived comfortably in this RV for a year. Hook it up to shore power and water and everything works perfectly. Great comfy bed and sofa, large fridge, extra freezer, complete kitchen with microwave/convection oven and 4 burner gas stove. TONS of storage. And built like a tank. Real wood, good metal, solid construction.
Having said all that, the vehicle has some issues at the moment. I normally would fix them then sell it for more, but with the events in South Texas I feel like it could be a lifesaver for someone, so I'm listing it now warts and all.
Issue 1: The title. I have the title but when I tried to transfer the vehicle into my name there was an issue and it never got accomplished. You will need to get that straightened out and pay the penalties to the state. Not sure what they would be, but probably around $2000.Issue 2: It hasn't been inspected or registered for about 2 years. Shouldnt be a problem once you get the title straightened out.Issue 3: Shortly after putting into storage, the batteries died and subsequent attempts to jump start it have failed. Not sure why. Starter? Also, we couldn't jump the genny. No clue.HOWEVER, if you simply have it transported to the site you need it at you could avoid a lot of this stuff. I'm guessing someone with a big flatbed trailer could simply haul it where it is needed for a reasonable fee. You could then adress the issues at your leisure or ignore them.If you are an RV dealer and are short on stock right now you could probably bring it into your shop and have it up and running in a day. I just don't have time to deal with that right now.Anyway, as you can see from the pics, it is in good condition inside and out. The part you live in works very nicely. The part you drive needs some TLC.