2002 Admiral 35SFD

RV for Sale in Dallas, Oregon

Sale Price: $38,500

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RV for Sale

Year: 2002
Model: Admiral 35SFD
Status: Active
Property ID: 624451
Partner ID: 116621741
Posted on: Jan 27, 2016
Updated on: Feb 05, 2016
Price: $38,500

Property Description

2002 Holiday Rambler Admiral 35SFD, I have a 2002 Holiday Rambler, 35 ft. Admiral with 2 huge slide outs, living room and bedroom. It has the Ford chassis with the V-10 engine with the Banks System,which includes air intake, bigger exhaust and I also added the transmission module they call the Auto Minder. Runs excellent and only has 28,048 miles on it. Using Mobil 1 Synthetic Oil in it for the past 2 years. It has an Onan 5500 watt generator that has 226.6 hours on it and was tuned up at 220 hours before my last trip. Options Include: Automatic satellite dish for DirecTv, just push one button and it's setting itself up. Dual 120 watt solar panels that charge two huge 6 volt Trojan batteries. The panels even charge when it's parked under a street light. High rise porcelain toilet I had installed last year. New Fantastic Fan in the restroom. Sealy mattress, queen size replaces the standard RV mattress. Blind side cameras for right and left side with a 7" monitor on the dash. Back up camera. Sofa hide-a-bed that I've never used. Dual metal sink in Kitchen with new faucet. 10 Gallon hot water heater. Microwave was replaced last year. 1200 Watt power inverter with 2 outlets and separate switch to turn it on. Dual A/C's, one in living room and one in bedroom. 40" big screen mounted in front panel replacing the old 25" mounted one. This is mounted on a swivel mount so it can be pulled away from the cabinet and tilted any direction. New HD Digital TV antenna that works excellent. Replaces the old crank up models. Two Maxx Air vent covers on the roof so you can leave your roof vents open while traveling and even while it's raining. Double door refrigerator/freezer w/ice maker that works great. Full aluminum roof and side panels which minimizes any leaks. All RV's have had water leaks, but aluminum roofs are better than rubber roofs. Les Schwab battery for the engine was installed last year, top of the line with 850 cold cranking amps at 0 degrees. Slide out awnings plus awnings that pull out after the slides are open...see photos. It's nice to be able to leave your windows open when it rains and not get water inside your coach. I also added an awning over the window in the bedroom on the drivers side. Has a tow hitch that used to tow my 4,200 lb. Jeep without a problem. Replaced all of the clearance lights with LED's that are super bright. Also added the chrome brackets. I had an Alpine SiriusXM satellite radio installed this year and it also has a CD player. You can also turn on the radio from a switch next to the bed. I am throwing in my top of the line voice activated Garmin Dezl GPS. You can program it for use with an auto, RV or 18 wheeler. It's an excellent GPS. Also has Lifetime Maps that you can upload once a year. After market dual air bag suspension for a smoother ride. Drives real nice.