1988 Dolphin Redmond, Washington

No Longer Available

Last Updated: 11/10/2018 | Ad Source: Craigslist

Asking Price: $7,995

Motorhome Facts

  • Year: 1988
  • Maker/Trim/Model: Dolphin
  • Length: 21 Foot
  • Odometer: 88,432
  • Drivetrain: 22RE 4 Cyl Auto

Seller Info

  • State/Region: Washington
  • City/Area: Redmond
  • Name: No Longer Available!
  • Phone: No Longer Available!
  • Email: No Longer Available!


More Details & Pictures

Sweet, rarely listed toyota motorhome, they don’t make them like this anymore. 21′ foot, dolphin brand, which means it’s toyota’s top of the line, preferred by all toyota mini motor homes. Dolphin is know for quality that lasts.

This motorhome was owned by an older couple for the last 16 years, who took it to mt. Shasta, vegas, california and arizona. It gets great gas mileage with it’s 4 cylinder, overdrive automatic transmission. (I’ve got their receipts). They took excellent care of her. Then, the older gentlemen got sick and couldn’t drive anymore.

Equipped with a factory 22re, 4 cylinder, made by toyota. Known to last upwards of 300k to 400k with proper maintenance.

Just replaced the electric fuel pump this week with a high volume brand new unit.

The cylinder head was replaced by a toyota dealer @ 81,000 miles, almost $4k

The entire exhaust was replaced from the exhaust manifold back by midas, lifetime warranty @ 84,000 miles

Egr, exhaust gas recurculator valve was replaced by michaels toyota in bellevue and the air conditioning was serviced, along with new ac filter, done at 85,000 miles

Brand new oil and oil filter, doesn’t leak a drop of oil and/or use any oil.

Brand new transmission fluid, doesn’t leak any fluid and electronic overdrive works perfect.

Brand new wiper inserts
Brand new brake fluid flush and refill.

Brand new power steering flush and refill

Brand new coolant service, just redone, even though, was done only 4000 miles ago, when all the radiator hoses were replaced with new gates radiator hoses and new thermostat 4000 miles ago.

Brand new alternator and battery recently, works perfectly.

Excellent coach battery, which just had new connections installed so all the cab/chassis lights work great, this secondary battery is also receiving the correct voltage when you’re driving to store much needed electricity.

Newer front 6 ply tires

Rear dually tires have the air adapter on the outside of the rims for easy air check, over 50% remaining on rear dually tires.

This dolphin sleeps 6 comfortably and has all the seat belts intact. The cushions and bedding in excellent shape.

This motorhome drives beautifully, starts right up. Runs excellent. Brakes stop perfectly. Suspension in excellent shape.

Dolphin is toyota’s top of the line, many other toyota motorhome, but dolphin is the trust brand name, over their winnebago mini model and odesseys, which don’t have the same quality. I’ve owned them all. (in all my 20 years of owning toyota motor homes, I’ve owned over (10) toyota’s and you can trust the dolphin brand

This little rv is the best I’ve owned as far as quality of workmanship on the cab, interior and exterior, you can just see the difference when you compare the models, when you can find one, most are beat up and well worn out. You can spend upwards of $20,000 for a low miles toyota motorhome and still need to do another $5000.00 in maintenance; this motorhome has had the work already done and I’ve got the receipts.

Feel free to text me for more pictures, I’ve got plenty, just hit the reply button on the upper left corner of this ad, I also answer my phone and answer all emails.

I’m flexible on the price for the right buyer, but I’m not taking any trades, cash only.

(for those concerned with gas mileage, the 4 cylinder, 22re, gets about 10 mpg better than the v-6, 3.0)… ) this motor home is the 4 cylinder package, 22re… Less maintenance, you don’t ever need to worry about replacing the timing belt, like on the v-6 engines and the 22re is known to outlast, outperform and like I mention, the 4 cylinder gets 10mpg better than it’s counterpart.

I’ve owned both models and I know what the difference is and mainly, it’s higher maintenance and worse gas mileage… If you’re concerned with economy, go with the 22re fuel injected like mine.

Replaced, also middle and rear roof vents after I noticed one chip in one plastic vent. Perfect now. Used high end vents, sealant and screws.

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