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D3Cambo

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Posted: 09/25/21 07:00am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hey All!

Hey RetiredRealtorRick, I have considered making it look more aesthetically pleasing on the outside but decided to leave it as a “sleeper” if you will rather an undercover camper...with a deck that is [emoticon]

After reviewing market prices I agree the price was a bit aggressive not to say it wouldn’t be worth it but to be competitive I have reduced the price. Thanks for the feedback VA-Apraisr and Grit Dog!

The inside is indeed comfy and roomie for a small space!

Yes, the vehicle is currently insured with Full Coverage through Geico and passes all required Life Safety Items:

LP gas timed leak test at cook top burner
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) circuits
Wall receptacles and ground fault
Hot Skin test on exterior
Emergency exit windows
Fire Extinguisher
Smoke/Fire Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector (if applicable)
LP Gas Detector
Rubber grommet around LP gas line of water heater (if equipped)

Along with all other motorhome points of inspection.
Leaving the next guy with a headache is not my thing...rest assured.

Also it is not a boondocking only rig as it has shore power hook ups features and can be directly plugged into the appropriate outlet at any rv park. Also the shore power cord is included . Glad you mentioned that JaxDad I will remarket appropriately.

Because I do not know the value I have decided to place the rig up for auction. Just to test the waters. 3 days left on eBay. I do have a reserve. If you want to see how it’s doing. It’s here https://www.ebay.com/itm/234193789725

Thanks again! Any feedback is most welcome!

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Posted: 09/25/21 06:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

D3Cambo wrote:

Yes, the vehicle is currently insured with Full Coverage through Geico and passes all required Life Safety Items:

LP gas timed leak test at cook top burner
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) circuits
Wall receptacles and ground fault
Hot Skin test on exterior
Emergency exit windows
Fire Extinguisher
Smoke/Fire Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector (if applicable)
LP Gas Detector
Rubber grommet around LP gas line of water heater (if equipped)


Also it is not a boondocking only rig as it has shore power hook ups features and can be directly plugged into the appropriate outlet at any rv park. Also the shore power cord is included .

Glad you mentioned that JaxDad I will remarket appropriately.



Thanks again! Any feedback is most welcome!


I think you might have misinterpreted / misunderstood my comment.


HAVING the required life safety items is VERY different from being CERTIFIED as meeting all the required standards.

You are saying a registered group has certified that unit as being built to, and in compliance with, the required standards?

Grit dog

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D3, it looks like a lot of thought went into it and the final product is very nice!
Hope you do well with it!


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Posted: 09/26/21 05:33pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

While I hope the bids go through the roof, or at least cover your reserve, my guesstimate is around $15k-$20k range at best. Currently on EBAY with top bid at $10,100....... interesting to see the final results. And again, hoping you do quite well and my guesstimate is wayyyyy off.

D3Cambo

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I hope you took the time to do the required life safety inspections, a boondocking only rig that might be problematic to insure has limited attraction to a lot of people.

I stated :
Yes, the vehicle is currently insured with Full Coverage through Geico and passes all required Life Safety Items.

But now it sound like you are NOT asking about insurability as the vehicle IS insured.

JaxDad If you are trying to ask if I paid a company money to certify the vehicle. I have not paid a company money to certify the vehicle. However, though I am not a business owner and did this build for fun I am aware of all such points and the build meets them.

If their is a company you recommend that has a reasonable fee please let me know. Also it is not a boondocking only rig. It is wired with a 30amp shore power hook up and can be plugged into and completely run from your local campground power source.

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