1999 RoadTrek Versatile 190, 25th Anniversary Edition. Good shape. Dodge 3500 5.2L
3rd Owner, 102,160 miles. All systems work well. Generator has 429 hours. Always Maintained. We have driven it 14,446 miles with no issues. I can smell antifreeze under the hood when warming up. Used 2 quarts of antifreeze in 5000 mile road trip last summer. Non-smoking vehicle, have original ashtray (unused with cig lighter). Windshield is starred and paint is chipped in some places. Comes with spare tire & cover (not in pictures). I would take it across country today without concern. I have two RV’s and am spoiled by the room in my bumper-pull toy-hauler. Located in Los Alamos New Mexico.
Phone Mike at 505-500-7447 Leave Message listed 6May19 Ext 29Jul19 (Ad #13)Go Back
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