Asking Price: $5,400
- Year: 1988
- Maker/Trim/Model: R.B.R Mini Cruiser
- Length: 20 FT
- Odometer: 148,000
- Drivetrain: 2WD Auto
- State/Region: Michigan
- City/Area: Hawks
- Name: John D.
- Phone: 607-397-8638
- Email: email@example.com
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1988 Toyota-based motorhome. Made by R.B.R. Minicruiser. Called a 20 footer. 148,000 miles. 2.4 liter fuel-injected four-cylinder engine. Automatic transmission. Cab air-conditioning works fine. Mechanically perfect. Camper is functionally fine. No rot, no rust. 8′ wide and 9′ high.
If you have a sincere interest, please reply with a phone number and I will respond with mine. IF YOU DO NOT SEND A PHONE NUMBER I WILL NOT REPLY.
CASH ONLY. Only possible trade is for a camper-trailer. I need a cheap camper to stick on some land in the UP at a hunting camp.
I am a mechanic and this is my personal vehicle. Not something I have fixed up to resell. I have had it for 5 years and used it quite a bit.
I pretty much checked over all moving and common-wear parts within reason. I did a lot of preventative maintenance work with a long cross-country family trip in mind.
It has six new 8-ply rated tires. Dual wheels in back with the HD full-floating rear-axle. New brakes front and back. Wheel bearings greased with new seals front and back. New air-bag suspension in back. New fuel-pump. On the engine – new valve-job, head-gasket, and water-pump. Note – that was just preventative maintenance work and old parts had not failed. New fuel-injectors. New radio in dash. Trans-temp gauge added.
Coach-related items: New domestic water-pump. New aux battery-charge isolation relay. Dual deep-cycle coach batteries. DC to AC inverter. AC to
DC converter. Frame-mount propane-tank with new two-stage regulator. New multi-speed electric vent-fan in ceiling. New crank-up amplified TV antenna. 100 watt solar-panel on roof. Large cargo-box on back. Electronic-ignition propane hot-air furnace with brand new circuit-board. Large Dometic three-way refrigerator (AC, DC, or propane).
NO AC on roof. It had AC on top when I got it. I removed it and replaced with a new Fantastic vent-fan. I also removed the hot-water tank that works on propane. It works fine and no lines were removed. Very easy to put back in if wanted. I removed it to make the camper easier to winterize. We never used it, and thus the reason why I took it out.
No awning although I have one that will go on it if wanted.
I REPEAT: I WILL NOT ANSWER QUESTIONS ALREADY ANSWERED WITHIN THIS AD. I will gladly answer other questions not addressed here. If you have a sincere interest, please reply with a phone number and I will respond with mine. IF YOU DO NOT SEND A PHONE NUMBER I WILL NOT REPLY.
$5400 CASH ONLY. Only possible trade is for a camper-trailer. I need a cheap camper to stick on some land in the UP at a hunting camp.