1987 Dolphin in Santa Clara, CA


Last Updated: 6/5/2018 | Ad Source: Direct

Asking Price: $5,500

Motorhome Facts

  • Year: 1987
  • Maker/Trim/Model: Dolphin
  • Length: 22FT
  • Odometer: 38,936
  • Drivetrain: 22RE Auto

Seller Info

  • State/Region: California
  • City/Area: Santa Clara
  • Name: SOLD!
  • Phone: SOLD!
  • Email: SOLD!


More Details & Pictures

1987 Toyota Motorhome

VIN: JT5RN75U7H0013414
condition: good
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 38936
paint color: white
size / dimensions: 22′ L, 8′ W
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

1987 Toyota Dolphin Motorhome

Very Low 38,936 Original Miles
Good overall condition and excellent mechanical shape, with strong and reliable Toyota Fuel-Injected 22R-E Electronic Fuel Injected (EFI) 4-cylinder engine, with an automatic transmission (with overdrive) and 1-ton chassis. This engine and chassis combination are bullet-proof and well known in the industry. Starts right up hot or cold. Idles smooth and has good power.

Cab a/c works
Roof a/c works
3 new vents with caps
Passed smog
Registration renewal: $147 (up to May 2019 in Santa Clara)

We are a non-profit organization (501(c)(3)).
This car is donated by pre-owner. This vehicle registration was suspended for 10 years because pro-owner didn’t operate it.
The information on this page is all we know.


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1 Comment

  1. Hi I am ready to buy an RV within this price range. I’m delighted to know this is for a (501c) as I support programs for adults with developmental disability. My primary reason is for taking the camper to Ukai in order to visit my niece in a group home there. I live near Truckee, ca so the trip is a long one and would save money from motels which are problematic.
    My gratitude
    Ariannah-Heidi Lego

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