2005 Chinook Glacier LE 2500
a U Joint conversion and this thing would be really sweet, though it's no bargain. Would never be for tough trails with the long tail.
2005 Chinook Glacier LE 2500 with only 33,500 miles $59,500
Your very own "Land Yacht". This 25 foot luxury coach cost $159,141 in 2004 because it provided all the extravagance and advanced technologies found in class A RVs of the time (and still only found in the most expensive ones of today) in a smaller more maneuverable class C package! It has all the standard RV items plus the listed features for a NADA 2017 average retail value of $87,120:
6.8 liter Triton V-10 gas engine
4 speed automatic transmission with overdrive and cruise control on Super Duty Ford E450 Full Frame Chassis.
One-Piece Molded, Gel Coated Fiberglass Body with Full Body Paint
HWH Hydraulic Room Extension Control with Air-Bladder Room Seal
HWH Computerized Hydraulic Leveling System/Jacks
12 Foot Patio Awning
Rearview Camera System
5,000 lbs Tow Hitch
Onan 4 KW Gas Generator
(3) 6-volt Deep Cycle Coach RV batteries 6600 Wh/550 Amph
2,000-watt/100-amp Prosine Inverter/Converter
50 W Solar Panel and Solar Charging System with Digital Display Panel.
Artic Foam Insulation throughout Floor (R-15), Walls (R-10), and Ceiling (R-15)
Thermpane Tinted Windows with Screens
Heated Holding Tanks
Black Tank Flush Kit
Propane Furnace 16,000 Btu/Hr
6-gallon Electric/Propane Water Heater
Ducted Duo-Therm 13,500-BTU AC/Heat Pump with 6 Ceiling Vents
Central Vacuum System.
2 Burner Range
6-cubic-foot three-way (120-volt AC, 12-volt DC, LP gas) Refrigerator
Corian counter-tops and Dual Kitchen Sinks.
28 inch Flat Screen HDTV
Amplified TV Antenna
Leather Heat Front Captain's Chairs
AM/FM CD/DVD Stereo System
Surround Sound with Sub-woofer
Deluxe Maple Wood Cabinetry with Interior Lighting and Gas Shock Hinges
Power Leather Sofa/Queen Bed
Dinette with Leather Club Chairs.
2 Vents with Thermostat and Rain Sensors
Marine Style China Toilet
Corian Bath Sink
Large Granicoat Shower Stall with Molded Seat
Power Roof Vent with Shower Light
New Pleated Black-Out Shades
Fresh Water 40 gallons.
Gray tank: 40 gallons,
Black tank: 20 gallons
Propane Tank 19 gallons.
Fuel Tank: 55 gallons
You will not find all of the above features in any other new or used 25 foot RV. So take all the comforts of a small luxury apartment to any campground or vacation destination and be the envy of all the other campers!
Check out the video walk around at youtu.be/2bYoxQKf-8A
SMB-less as of 02/04/2012. Our savings account is richer, but our adventures are poorer.