- Full Name: Colin Crystal
- Location: Mid Island
- Phone: 250-931-7220
- Expires: 21 days, 16 hours
Restored 1990 Georgie Boy Cruise Master 30 foot motorhome.
Just took it to the mechanic and had it looked at and it runs and performs great.
Travel the world, live in it, use it as a rental in a high demand market, or keep it as guest house on your property.
I’ve put a tonne of work into this motorhome recently and it looks amazing.
-Only 42,000 miles on odometer
-V8 Chevy big block.
-Body paint restored and looking new and shiny.
-2 brand new RV batteries (not cheap)
-16 foot wall mounted exterior awning for sitting outside on hot sunny days.
-2-4 foot wall mounted awnings above big windows towards rear on drivers side for window shade.
-New custom made and fitted area rugs throughout, complete with edge binding.
-All windows have screen.
-All interior lights working with new bulbs.
-New electric fridge.
-New hot water tank.
-2 big and comfy captain’s swivel chairs in the cockpit.
-King size bed with new mattress cover and new fitted sheet in the back bedroom.
-Top-bunk pull down bed above the cockpit.
-Pull-out couch in living area.
-Kitchen table and bench seats convert to bed.
-bathroom with toilet and vanity.
-Tonnes of storage space (More than my house) inside and also under the floor accessed from the outside like a greyhound bus.
-Full size kitchen with lots of cabinets, Propane 4 burner stove and oven unit, a sink with hot water and a newer model toaster oven.
-Booth style kitchen table with soft cushioned bench seats.
-Replaced side and rear signal lenses.
-Fiberglassed and repaired dings.
-New elastomeric membrane roof coat last year (2 coats)
-Carbon monoxide detector.
-Just had a professional cleaner come and do a deep clean to prepare to put the RV up for sale.
-Walls just painted with 2 fresh coats of interior paint.
This is a great opportunity.
Call or email to come view the RV or for any questions.
Thanks and have a great day,
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