Asking Price: $14,000
- Year: 1984
- Maker/Trim/Model: Sunrader
- Length: 21FT
- Odometer: 68,000
- Drivetrain: 4cyl Manual
- State/Region: California
- City/Area: El Cerrito
- Name: Not Provided
- Phone: See Link Below
- Email: See Link Below
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Very clean 1984 Toyota Sunrader with 68k original miles.
Runs great with 22R engine and 4speed manual transmission. It starts immediately even after sitting idle for months. I have taken it on several 1000 mile plus trips and it has never let me down. Has been garaged since new and covered since I bought it 5 years ago, so no paint or rust problems (although there are pin-head size rust specks on the hood, but a good car polish will probably eliminate them). It has a desirable one-piece fiberglass body which will never leak or come apart. Light, easy to drive and it gets much better gas mileage than most RVs.
-21 feet long (legal to park on street at meters in CA)
-4 burner Wedgewood gas stove and oven
-3-way fridge and freezer runs on electric, generator or propane
-Heater in cabin
-Dinette table (not shown)
-Built in 30gal water tank
-Double sink with faucet
-Suspension air bags for raising and lowering vehicle
-Built in grey water tanks to drain sink, bathroom and shower.
-Dump valves located outside for disposal.
-Auxiliary battery to power inside lights, faucet, shower Etc.
-Dual rear wheels for added stability
It sleeps 4 comfortably assuming 2 are kids . 2 above the cab, dinette area turns into sizable bed and a single person bed on the opposite side.
Good tires, 2 new batteries including a deep cycle battery to use interior amenities when dry camping.
Clean title in hand. Everything works including roof AC when connected to hookups at campground or driveway.
-The Fiberglass body is in near-perfect condition.
-Lots of storage
-New CD/Radio with speakers.
Light, super easy to drive and it gets around 15 mpg
Happy to answer any questions you may have, but I’m only showing it to serious buyers, thanks.
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Last Updated on February 25, 2021 by RVAds