-Rear A/C unit replaced brand new in 2018; however, the van's A/C does not work. Needs new lines if you want that.
-3-way fridge and microwave replaced new in 2012
-213K miles with lots of recent work including transmission rebuilt at 201K
-new brake lines at 212K
-new front brakes and rotors at 208K
-new starter and battery cable ends at 204K
-new serpentine belt, alternator, and idler pulley at 199K
-new water pump at 193K
-new radiator at 185K
-Two owners, all service records
Contact: Email Jason at email@example.com or text at 2038568105 or call at 8023687744
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ATTENTION ALL SELLERS!! Be aware of those attempting to buy your RV under false pretenses using the so-called "Nigerian Scam". Please refer to this explanation for more information.
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