Asking Price: $11,900
- Year: 1982
- Maker/Trim/Model: Sunrader
- Length: 21 FT
- Odometer: 80,000
- Drivetrain: 4 Cyl Manual
- State/Region: Oregon
- City/Area: Portland
- Name: Not Provided
- Phone: Not Provided
- Email: Send Message
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This is a completely remodeled 1982 Toyota Sunrader. The sunrader is the most sought after of the toyota motorhomes because of their one piece fiberglass body that is much more resistant to leaks than the traditional aluminum construction. Over the past year it has undergone an extensive remodel with the whole interior stripped and rebuilt as well as a mechanical overhaul.
– interior was completely gutted down to the fiberglass.
– The whole motorhome was re-insulated with a reflective poly foam.
-new 1/4 ply was used to rebuild walls on top of 2×2 framing.
-The subfloor was redone using 1/2 marine grade plywood.
-All windows were resealed professionally.
– all wiring and water plumbing were redone from scratch including new LED lights and new house water pump
– new dometic fridge
– 3 burner propane stove
– new propane tanks
– furnace and hot water heater were removed to decrease weight and increase storage space
– rear sink is now undermounted beneath one piece solid maple countertop with live edge
– new light-weight cabinets with sliding doors
– new bench style couches built on both sides of coach, one that lifts for storage, the other slides out into an extra bed. 6’4″ in length
– new 12v 3 speed exhaust vents installed front and back
– new high quality, high density (2.5lb) foam with new upholstery on benches and bed
– rv originally had 5 lug rear axle when purchased
– one ton rear axle installed
– new poly bushings all around
– new hellwig sway bar
– bilstein HD shocks
– 7 brand new Hankook RA 18, 8 ply tires (including spare)
– brand new house and truck batteries still under full replacement warranty
– new custom bumper and reinforcements all the way back to original frame with custom hitch. I’ve been using it for a motorcycle carrier
I have personally driven the rv approximately 6000 miles in the last 2 months and have not had a problem once. It starts the first time every time. Runs strong, shifts well, etc
– Mileage is most often around 15 mpg based on my gps distances, obviously burns more fuel with steep hills, or city driving
– the radio is terrible. I just use a bluetooth speaker
– it’s not fast, cruises comfortably at 55-60 mph
I’ve added a link here for the renovation that I did.
I’m asking 11900 for the motorhome as that is what I’ve spent on parts/materials alone plus approximately 250 hours of work.
If you have any questions, let me know