For Sale, 2000 Fleetwood Discovery 37 FT MotorhomePrice: $44,900
Used RV for Sale, Found a diesel pusher offered for sale in Western Washington. This a Discovery 37 feet long Class A with two slideouts made by Fleetwood based on a 2000 Freightliner chassis. Powered by a Cummins diesel engine mated with an Allison automatic transmission.
The unit with 78500 miles in good condition with two slides was listed on Craigslist about 20 days ago and was still online when we posted it here. Needs nothing, everything works, and ready to go camping tomorrow, without words about mechanical or leak issues. If you're interested, a closer inspection is a must.
Detail RV by owner
Diesel Pusher in great shape. Fly in and drive this thing home if you’re from out of town… she’s got half a tank of diesel and the propane is full. Cash deal highly preferred.
Just emptied the holding tanks and washed her up… she is ready to go! Needs nothing… everything works… go camping tomorrow.
2000 Fleetwood Discovery with 5.9L Cummins (ISB) mated to an Allison transmission rolling on Alcoa aluminum wheels.
No leaks and no stinks… she’s not new but in great shape. I’ve kept it parked under cover the entire time we’ve had it and never had any leaks or mice or nothin.
I just put new registration tags on it… so it’s all registered through July of 2025.
It’s 23 years old but got tons of good life left. I looked for a long time until I found this one that was exactly what we wanted with lots of sleeping spots for all the kids and friends. Our family has enjoyed traveling in this Bus for a few years now but our kids’ activities and schedules mean we don’t have time to use it much… so it’s up for sale for somebody else to enjoy. I love having this thing… it’s the best place to go and get a good nap after being up all night at work. We’ve had it all over Oregon and Washington, been through Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Yellowstone, The Redwoods, all up and down the coast… it’s been a fun rig to drive around and use. If we were able to use it more we’d definitely be keeping it.
It has 78k miles now but will continue to add as we still use it occasionally. Included are all the manuals for everything and all equipment on the Bus.
It has two couches that fold down into beds, the table converts to a bed, and then there’s a queen bed in the bedroom… so it sleeps a bunch of people when needed.
Tires have tons of tread… they are Toyo M154… great workhorse tire for a bunch of road trips. Lowest tread depth is 14/32 but most are around 18/32 so you got tons of rubber left for lots of miles and trips.
All plumbing and electrical work great. Fridge/freezer & A/C are all cold. Fridge runs on 120v when you’re parked or propane while on the road. Hot water heater runs on propane and works great. Wife and kids liked having nice hot showers while “camping”. Propane furnaces (front and rear) both run great and blow nice and hot. Washer/dryer works and is SUPER convenient to have with you on a camp trip.
Propane four-burner cooktop for all your frying and boiling needs… and a microwave with convection oven built in… works great for baked type dishes like lasagna/enchiladas/casseroles.
10k Onan diesel genset (runs off the main diesel tank 90 gallons). It runs great and only has 465 hrs of use.
Two slides, one main living area and one for the bedroom closet… not all these had the rear slide option… it opens up the bedroom space A LOT.
It has a nice newer satellite dish but we never needed it so I haven’t used it at all. We just used the smart tv with Wi-Fi or watched movies on discs.
Things I’ve done recently:
- Two new 120v air conditioners on the roof (the original ones were a little tired and didn’t blow super cold… so I replaced them
- New airbags (original ones had small leaks so I replaced them to keep us safe
- four new coach batteries from Costco
- replaced basically all the lights inside with warm/soft LEDs
- new LED headlights… HUGE improvement for seeing at night
- New LED smart tv with Roku
I will throw in the hoses you need for dumping the black and grey tanks… there’s 4 sections of hose and the adapter for hooking it to the septic line at the camps. They’re obviously used but all in perfect condition.
I have a clean title in hand… we just got back from a southern Oregon and coast trip… so I gotta wash the bugs off and polish the Alcoas. Let me know if you wanna see it and we can arrange a meet up.
If you have cash in hand, feel free to make an offer… we don’t need money and not in a hurry… so no lowballers.
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