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Independent 190 (CA) SOLD

1992 Independent 190 (CA) SOLD

Price: $18,500 | Year: 1992

Good condition Roadtrek with all the trimmings. Onan generator w/102 hours. Awning, 2-burner propane stove, 3-way refrigerator, microwave, sink, toilet, water heater and shower (& bathtub!), “Fantastic” roof fan, house a/c, 1.25 inch hitch. Heat and air work. Seats and sleeps 4, in one double and 2 single beds. Two tables, can be set up in front or back.

V8 5.2 318 Engine and transmission are both less than 2 years old and have less than 10,000 miles on them. Passed smog 12/2021.

Odometer reads 106k, but real miles approx 125-130k (odometer was broken for several years).

Van has been owned for the last 7 years by a family with children. It's been up and down the west coast, but never east of the Rockies. As far as I know, previous owners were all in the west as well.


Sway Bar Bushings & Control Link Front- 6/2022

front brake pads-4/2022

Alignment 4/2022

Exhaust Manifold- 3/2022

Strut Rod bushings- 3/2022

New Redhead Steering Box 3/2022

Crankshaft sensor 6/2021

New engine 5/2021

New transmission 9/2020

a/c water pump & thermostat 7/2020

Flexplate 1/2020

Idle arms right & left 12/2019

Front disc rotors 12/2019

Tires: two 12/2019, two 11/2018

4 bilstein shocks 12/2019

Distributor 8/2018

ECM 3/2018

Serpentine belt 6/2017


New isolator 8/2021

Front speakers–3/2021

House battery 10/2021 SSB-31DCMJ Size 31

3 roof windows replaced 3/2018 No leaks since!

Here are the things that might need the new owners attention sometime soon:

-Passenger side step/running board is very weak and needs repair or replacement

-Front passenger seat is lumpy and could use new filling.

-Dent in rear cargo door (see photos-has been there for years, no effect on function)

-A few small spots of rust on side of van (see photos), but no rust underneath.

-left side second row seat has a small rip in the fabric

-Odometer hasn’t always worked

-no shower curtain. (we took the curtain track out, but still have it)

-Upper & Lower control arms should be replaced at some point soon, as per our regular mechanic

This van is in darn good shape for a 30 year old camper, both inside and out. The new engine and transmission mean that as long as you take care of it and do regular maintenance, this should take you far and wide for many more years.

As you can see, most of the fabrics and furnishings are original. If you know Roadtrek, you know it's got a lot of unique features, great storage capacity, and there's a really supportive on-line community of fellow owners. Join the club!

More photos available upon request. Located in Oakland, CA. Listed 13Nov22 adj 6Dec22 (Ad #882)

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