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  • Price: $19,750
  • Year: 1996
  • Model: Endeavor
  • Property ID: 623917
  • Partner ID: 115792548
  • Posted On: Jan 27, 2016
  • Updated On: Feb 5, 2016

Property Description

1996 Holiday Rambler Endeavor LE 32CB, Ford F53 chassis, Ford 460 7.5L engine, 75 gal fuel tank, 6 gal electric/gas water heater, 56 gal gray holding tank, 31 gal black tank, 65 gal fresh water tank, 27 gal LP tank, dual air conditioners, 800W inverter switch wired to cabin outlets, 3-burner store, oven only used 3 times, walk around bed with loads of storage underneath, plenty of storage cabinets with added shelves, loads of bins with a pass-thru for ladders and rugs. I tow both a Tahoe or a Scion with no problems. Exterior sides are painted aluminum and the roof is fiberglass. Insulation is dual ply with fiberglass and foam in between. This coach stays warm. I've added 5000lb load levers to the rear springs. Ford had a problem with their in-tank fuel pumps so I've recently replaced the pump. The awning looks like new. This RV gets used as the pictures show. The interior is loads of white and that's why the dinette, couch and chair is covered with material that's colored. I've modified the storage under the dinette and added drawers. I have the owners manuals that came with the RV. Some pots, pans, dishes and silverware are included. There's a large 8'x12' green mat for outside that's included. I hate to sell this RV because it runs great. I just purchased a diesel pusher and moved all the storage items to the new RV. I didn't realize just how good the storage is in the old RV because I couldn't fit everything in the new RV! In fact, I seriously considered selling the new diesel pusher and keeping the Holiday Rambler. Not only is there more storage, but it's more organized! I can't even get my BBQ in the new RV! Speaking of the BBQ, I'll sell this large Coleman BBQ for $160 (only used 4 times). I'll have more pictures of the storage areas once it's finally cleaned out. $20,500.00 OBO 661-877-7730