Year: 2013 Chassis/2014 Coach
Condition: Very good
Location: Northern Alabama (Huntsville)
Looking for new home for BIG EDNA II, a 2014 Roadtrek 190-P, Class B Glamping Van! You could never tell by driving or looking at her that she has just under 43K well cared for miles. Anybody can drive this motor home with ease from a first timer to a veteran RV owner. I am the second owner of this beautiful and fully functional non-smoking vehicle. Strict oil change and service religiously followed with top of the line fluids and parts executed at GM dealerships. This vehicle is the most fuel efficient motor home you can buy in its class!! All the bells and whistles installed, plus a few extras. Generator recently serviced. Clear title in hand. Willing to travel, a reasonable distance to execute transaction. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com . Listed 13Feb20 ext 7May20 ext 7Jun20 (Ad #214)
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