This is a handyman special, as she is a 1986 and the mechanic stole the starter and batteries when my son died and didn't return them. Claims he couldn't find them amoung his stuff. It has a king size bed in the back, a updated refrigerator, updated porcelain toilet, but one of the two pedals need replacing. It has a walk through bathroom. A sharp micro confection oven, four burner propane stove. Most new ones only have three burners. It has a house faucets with a sprayer. Double stainless sink. Dinet with original fabric in good condition. The dinet will drop down into a bed. The sofa opens into a double bed. Across from the sofa are two occasional chairs that swivel. In between is a pull out table, as shown in the pictures.  Above a double shelve has been added for stability and a second one again for stability, to add all your stereo equipment and satellite and TV equipment. The coach was wired for Direct TV and has a hook up on the rear bumper to the front dash. It also has a dish connected to the back ladder and can be directed south without removing it, or using the tripod. This coach has had a lot of updates as far as steering mechanisms. My husband didn't like the feeling of the sway when a tractor trailer would pass, so he added all kinds of stabilizers. This kept the coach from moving and kept it straight on the road, no movement what so ever. He also added air horns. Since it has sat for a while it will need hoses and belts. My son had been adding fuel in both tanks little at a time as he could afford it, he was a mechanic, so he had put some sort of solution in the tank after emptying it, to make sure all fuel was removed. Any he had just started it before he found that his Cancer was back and he started fighting g for his life and lost. Anyway he did tell me that both a/c's may also need replacing. He said he found two new ones for around $500 each.on Craig's list, but he never had a chance to replace them. I lowered the price to compensate for all the repairs. When I lost my home to foreclosure, I had to have it towed rather than lose it. The tow truck driver said it towed down the highway at 80mph no problem. Apparently the brakes must have been ok as well. The tires held up, but I know if it were me I would replace them in time. If you would like more photos, I will be happy to send them. 

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