For Sale, 1987 Dodge RoadtrekPrice: $7300
Used RV for Sale, this used classic Dodge RV being offered for sale in North Park, San Diego asking $7300 in good condition. As shown here is 1987 Dodge Roadtrek has 19 ft long powered by a 5.2 L 318 engine with 3-speed automatic transmission has been driven about 78000 miles.
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|Fuel Type||Gas||Interior Color||Brown||Mileage||78000|
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Selling my beloved 19ft 1987 Class B Roadtrek. If you know anything about these awesome camper vans, you know they are the best of the best. Park it anywhere, easy to work on, bullet proof Dodge 3 speed automatic 5.2 L 318 engine. The old lady I had it before babied this thing. I know because I have a folder full of service records and she bought it brand new and had it serviced regularly. I've recently replaced the water pump, fuel filter, serpentine belt and tires are less than a year old with about 1500 miles on them. Last fall I drove from San Diego to Lake Tahoe. Great gas mileage, everything is original. It comes with a tow hitch, yet I've never towed anything. My family mechanic when I bought it looked at it and said it needed absolutely nithing. Hoses are not cracking at all. But good thing about this van is any mechanic can work on it, or yourself as it's very simple. It also comes with a flushable toilet, stove, sink, roof fan, closet, plenty of storage, fold down front seats for kids, and seating in the rear that folds into a bed. Personally, I leave it folded down into the bed.
What it doesn't have is a refrigerator. It had one when I bought it but the cooling system was not working. I didn't want it to release ammonia so I removed it and replaced it w a cheap plastic Coleman 12v cooler. It also needs R12 ac charged. This will run about $500, unless you go to Tijuana! It also has a tiny roof leak due to a design flaw where the roof windows are. There is literally no staining as it's only affected when it rains hard, and I've kept a tarp on it this recent rainy season when not using. It also has a rip in the driver seat, throw a seat cover on it and you're good.
My plan was to re upholster, and ripnoit the carpet because it is original. Just never did, and when you're camping, I didn't mind.
If you can even find a Roadtrek listed, you will see they sell for a lot. One guy is trying to sell his for $15k, not as nice as mine, w more miles. This one is priced to sell, you won't find a more reliable and well taken care of. I am reluctant to sell my camper, unless I get very close to my asking price. I will not be removing any of my camping equipmemt, putting the bed back to the benches and table. You will see it as is, because if I don't sell it, I won't be sad. This has been one of my best investments, only reason I am selling is because I want a bigger RV that I can convert to a work/photography studio. Come take a look, drive it around, make an offer.
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