For Sale, 1991 Toyota Itasca 22 FT MotorhomePrice: $15,750
Used RV for sale by owner, found a used 22 feet long 8 feet wide Class C RV being offered for sale by the owner located in Ajo, Arizona. As shown here is a 1991 Toyota Itasca with 144000 miles on it. The RV was listed on craigslist about eight days ago and was still available when we posted it here.
Runs and drives perfecly, and all amenities work properly, a must-see to appreciate. Interested please read more below.
|Condition||Used / Good|
Detail by owner
1991 Toyota Itasca in Ajo, AZ
6Lug, V6 3.0 VZE Automatic
We purchased this rig (rust free) in Arizona last year to take to Alaska. We wanted something small, tough, and reliable. That it gets better than average gas mileage (13-14mpg) was a real plus with fuel at 8$/gal in British Colombia! We drove the little rig over hundreds of miles of very rough roads and it came through great. We’re back down in Arizona and now have a diesel pusher too. We’re offering to sell the Toyota before we head back to AK for the summer.
One BIG reason we’re selling is I’m 6’1” and an old guy. The Motorhome has a 6' roof. At night, in the dark, I’d crawl off the cabover bed and head aft to the bathroom banging my head on the ceiling. It gets old. If you’re 6’+ don’t even think about it!
We focused on the mechanicals, not the cosmetics. The interior is dated, I think entirely original. Whoever is the next owner will probably want to paint the old cupboards and freshen up the interior. We did rip out the 30yr. old carpet and install a new floor! We wound up using the mattress that was onboard when we bought it. We are including pots, pans and kitchen utensils.
If you’re still reading, here are the specs:
1991 Toyota Itasca
6cyl 3.0 3VZE engine
Clean AZ title
Onan Generator – starts right up
Here’s what we’ve done in the last year to ensure it made it to AK!
New steering Idler Arm
New Upper Control Arms
2 Oil Changes – last in Fairbanks a month ago
New LED lights in cabin
Resealed all Bathroom fixtures
Resealed forward Cabover window
New KYB Gas-adjust shocks on front
New Bilstein shocks on rear
New coach and engine start batteries
In August, it rained nearly every day in Alaska. We wanted a tight rig. The Toyota’s are notorious for leaks around the Cabover window. If you check the pictures, you won’t see the usual peeling around the bed in rigs that have leaked.
This is an old rig, so there will always be something! Because it spent its life in AZ, there is NO rust. The onboard propane heater runs well but is noisy. We used a portable Little Buddy heater instead of the noisy, battery draining built in heater. Generator fires right up - runs well.
The rough roads in AK put a lot of wear on the upper control arms, which caused wear on the front new tires. We replaced the control and idler arms. The rig runs straight.
When we bought it, we discovered that the original key ignition had been broken off - the rig starts fine by inserting a key into the white cylinder in the pictures below. We asked the seller why - he said he broke off the key, but never replaced it because the Toyotas are easily stolen. If someone were to turn the "usual" key, nothing would happen - you need to use the white cylinder below.
Let us know if you think this is the “One”! You can drive it anywhere!
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