For Sale, 1979 Vogue Motor HomePrice: $4,000 Contact: SOLD
Used RV for Sale, Here's classic used luxury motor home offered by Vogue in 1979. This a class A 26 foot RV, powered by Dodge 440 V8 Engine based on M-500 Chassis has 73k original miles ready to go.
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|Fuel Type||Gas||Interior Color||Brown||Mileage||53198|
Detail about this RV by owner
1979 Vogue Motor Home. 26foot, Dodge 440 V8 Engine. M-500 Chassis 73k Miles - RUNS STRONG. - Just passed smog with ease and has current registration (Smog is done every 2 years and the registration fees are about 100$)
This coach was made by Dodge/Chrysler as part of their "Luxury" line of Motor Homes in the 70's and into the 80's. Its all original and is in incredible condition. I have the original manuals. Brand new engine battery, head lights, tail lights, blinkers and brake lights. Microwave, stove, toilet, shower, a/c outlets, inside lighting, furnace, oven fan, radio, water pump, TV cable hook ups, A/C power hook ups, double sink, generator all in great working condition. It has a smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector. It did have a refrigerator but we removed it for the extra storage space. All windows and Screens slide open easily and their are no cracks. Roof is in GREAT condition and the entire motor home is water tight. Sleeps 6.
Keep in mind that it is 36 years old so there are some things that have gone out on it or need to be replaced. Some of the dashboard mechanics; example, the fuel gauge and the thermostat (Could be as simple as the fuses). The electrical step (outside the main entrance) rusted out so I removed it. The awning can be opened up (with 2 people) but it has a rip in the cloth and does not open with the frame. The motor home has 3 sky lights. All of them are water tight but the screen and frame on one of them needs to be replaced. The roof ladder is solid but is loose on the right side (at the top). There are small miscellaneous thing such as a few light bulbs (95% of them work), plastic covers, cupboard knobs etc. that you can tinker with or can be left as is. It has a brand new battery to power up the vehicle but does not have a battery for the "house power". We always used our generator or the facility power.
My family and I have had plenty of trips to San O and local camp grounds and we're bummed to see it go but we are expecting another baby and its time for us to down size. We're asking $4,000 but will take best offer.
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