condition: good cylinders: 8 cylinders fuel: gas odometer: 41000 paint color: white rv type: class A size / dimensions: 35.6 Feet Long title status: clean transmission: automatic
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2003 Damon Daybreak (model 3285) 36’ Class A 8.1L Chevy Vortec (Workhorse Chassis) with 41k miles. I bought the RV from the original owner in November 2018 to take a 6 month trip with my wife around the country in 2019. Now that the trip has come and gone and the RV served us well, it is time to sell it to a new owner.
The RV runs and drives great. All house systems work as intended and with two slide outs (living room/ kitchen & bedroom), it’s very comfortable with lots of room.
Features of the RV include: driver side door, queen bed, sofa (converts to bed), dinette (converts to bed), microwave, dual sinks, 3-burner propane stove & oven, range hood w/ exhaust fan, ample cabinet storage, separate shower, separate toilet, propane & electric hot water heater, propane furnace, dual roof ACs, 32’ smart TV, Onan 5kw generator w 650hrs, hydraulic leveling jacks, 5k lbs hitch, backup camera, and power inverter.
New items include: New house batteries (Dec 2018), new tires (Oct 2018), new fuel pump (Dec 2018), full tune up (Dec 2018), new coil-over airbags (Dec 2018).
The RV is turn-key but there are several issues that the next owner may or may not want to address: 1) The previous owner had a leak in the roof around the antenna (antenna has been removed), which damaged some of the wood in the roof, as well as around the passenger window (see red circles in pictures). The leak was sealed and we chose to use it as is and not to replace the wood. 2) The gas gauge has never worked properly and the mechanics were unable to fix it. Instead, I installed an on board diagnostics computer that measures the fuel level and consumption in real time. 3) The dash AC did not work when I purchased it and we never fixed it. The previous owner said it may need a flush and/ or recharge but I’m not sure. 4) Several of the outside storage compartment doors’ factory latches no longer work properly. I installed aftermarket latches & padlocks as a workaround and one door currently is jerry rigged to open. 5) The front passenger side leveling jack sometimes loses pressure when it is maxed out. We were never ones to jack the RV way into the air like some so it was never really a problem for us since we used it minimally. 6) There is a 6-10 inch crack in the windshield on the very upper part of the passenger side. Since it does not impede the field of vision of the driver in any way, we did not replace it. 7) The outdoor automatic step going into the living space of the RV is loose. This happened at the very end of our trip and we did not fix it. 8) The engine fan shroud sometimes comes loose and needs to be pushed back into place. I’m confident that it just needs to be tightened.
Please excuse the length of this ad but I want to provide as much information as possible. When we were looking for an RV, I found a lot of people misrepresented what they were selling to try and make a sale. When we bought the RV for our trip, I promised that when I sold it after the trip I wanted to be open and honest and not waste people's time. Please feel free to contact me via email with any questions. Thanks for your time.
May consider partial trade for a dependable and quality low-mileage vehicle. Please provide vehicle information during initial inquiry.
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