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  1. I’m also willing and happy to sell the entire roof rack with everything on it. Bolt on and go for any GX470
  2. I would love it if mine were turbo diesel!
  3. Thanks guys. I really don’t want to sell my stuff, but my pops has some health issues and I need Tom make some adjustments.
  4. Unfortunately life is requiring that I change a few things. I am selling my Coach and my beloved Lexus GX470. I started with the best year. 2005 had more horsepower than any other year of the gx470. Low mileage 130k, timing belt and water pump done at 100k. King coil overs and reservoir shocks front and rear. LSK upper control arms and spindle gussets. Heavy duty rear coils. Custom roof rack set up with Roof Top Tent. Foxwing awning, solar panel wired to controller, dual Odyssey batteries. GG lighting 50” single row and Smittybuilt traction boards, also a shovel mount. Custom rear bumper with high lift jack, Titan Fuel tanks 12 gallon tank, and full size spare. ARB 50qt Fridge, aluminum storage containers, Renogy remote solar suitcase, and camp table. Seats in great shape (always covered with molle rear panels with multiple pouches for tools, med gear etc). Weather tech front an drear mats, LED headlights and fogs. 285/70r17 BFG KO2 with 5k miles on them on Method Con 6’s. Custom exhaust with magnaflow muffler. I was about to start the rear drawer set up and on board water system. The longer I have the truck, the more work will be done and the more the price will increase. Truck is a great camping and exploring rig. $25k (at this point)
  5. I am regretfully selling my 2002 Itasca Horizon 32TD. This RV is a real unicorn. 32 feet, Freightliner Chassis with air ride and 10,000 lb tow rating! Unheard of in newer RV’s. Only has 48k miles on it. Runs great, never let me down. Has two slide outs, a GREAT layout and an amazing bathroom. Way bigger than my parents new tiffen. I have upgraded all lighting to LED, including headlights and fog lights. New windshields were installed a few y back. Tires are about 5 years old, always covered and parked at my house on top of mats. Interior is in amazing condition. All upholstery had covers on them so no tears nad excellent shape. We always kept rugs on the carpets clean them every couple of trips. New flat screen TVs, surround sound, and direct tv satellite wired in. Just need to get your box when purchased. 90 watt solar panel, new 12 volt batteries in 2018, 6 volts still good. Onan generator has 797 hours on it. I’ve owned the coach for about 4 years, my parents owned it for 5 years before me, nad before them was a OC Sheriff. Most of our camping is with hook ups, but have dry camped several times with no issues. We are going to Jalama to camp on the beach one last time in her this weekend, but the coach will be ready to be purchased in time for memorial weekend! I am bringing it home Sunday, cleaning all the carpets and starting to off load all of our stuff. We are not getting another RV, so a lot of the camp loungers, step, power cord, and other items can be thrown in. I have seen these sell from 45k with twice the miles, to 65k for similar miles but better paint condition. There is no damage to the coach, but the exterior finish is a bit faded as are the stickers. If we were to keep it, I was going to have the stickers stripped and do full body paint. I am not in a hurry to sell, actually have other trips planned, I know that now is a good time to sell, so we ar offering it up. Below is some stock information on the coach. Please email me for more photos and info.

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