*Please note this ad is a repost
-Asking Price: $16,500
-Contact: Email Seller
Key Motorhome Facts
-Maker/Model: Itasca Spirit
-Powertrain: 6cyl / Auto OD
More Details: 1993 Toyota Itasca Spirit Motorhome 321RB — 111,000 miles, immaculate! $16,500.00
Purchased from original owner’s family June, 2012 for $8500.00. Even though everything worked fine I’ve spent $12,000+ on upgrades, repairs and new parts, it runs like a top. Ready tomorrow to drive across the USA, or wherever you want to go. I won’t be taking another long trip for several years, decided to sell.
August — December, 2012 I drove 12,000 miles around the US, had a WONDERFUL time. This was a great home and an easy driver, 65mph on the interstates. If you want to live in an RV for a long time, or r5dfsssssssimply want a comfortable weekend camper, this is for you. I’m 6’3″, 300+ lbs., have lived in this rig very fdcomfortably. Sleeps up to five inside on three beds: 52×80 long double cab-over; 42×67 couch/folding bed; a one child dinette bed. And your in-laws can sleep outside under the attached roll-out awning. . .
The 1993 factory owner’s manual, with full pictures, descriptions and specs, may be found at:
Interior has the “Sea Mist” color scheme.
The 321RB is perfect for a single traveler, a couple, or a family with a couple children.
I have all manuals, maintenance and repair records going back to the original October 20, 1992 purchase date. Everything factory installed remains stock and in good condition. Before my purchase it got all new Les Schwab tires and a comprehensive roof sealing. Post-purchase and pre-road trip I:
* spent $2500+ on an extensive mechanical tuneup including new timing and all other drive belts, water pump, flush and replace all vehicle fluids (coolant, brakes and transmission)
* spent $3500+ on various “house” upgrades including flat-screen TV/DVD player and satellite radio, all new interior lights, tune and upgrade various house systems
* had the driver’s seat moved 4″ back; it now fits tall people like me very comfortably.
During my trip I spent an additional $1700 installing rebuilt cab air conditioner and other items.
Post-road trip, in 2013, I spent $2500+ on a new radiator, various other interior upgrades and repairs. I have complete work orders and receipts for everything done.
I put a lot of time, money and work into this RV, thought I’d be taking long road trips for the next 20 years, but that didn’t pan out 🙁 Now YOU can own this reliable, outstanding Toyota based RV — they’re not making these any more!
Averages 12-15 mpg, depending on how fast you drive.
It’s ready for you to sit down, buckle up, drive home or off on your own adventure. Complete with dishes and cookware, misc. tools and RV necessities — add bedding and towels, pack your clothes, hit the road!
For more information please email me.