Asking Price: $13,000
- Year: 1989
- Maker/Trim/Model: Odyssey Americana
- Length: 22FT
- Odometer: 57,600
- Drivetrain: V6 EFI Auto w/ OD
- State/Region: New Hampshire
- City/Area: Bath
- Name: Cecil S.
- Phone: 603-448-8544
- Email: [email protected]
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First: We’re selling since my wife has rheumatoid arthritis and is no longer able to ride for any length of time. Otherwise we wouldn’t sell. Here are the only issues I am aware of:
-The driver side window sometimes sticks while opening.
-Before I owned it there was a leak in the front window. It was repaired but some stains can be seen on the bottom of the over cab sleeper cushion.
-Also before I owned it the coach was broken into and the door was damaged. It was repaired but you can see where the damage was.
-There is a small chip on the passenger side upper windshield. This was repaired by Portland Glass.
-One front turn signal lens is cracked.
-A small hole (less than 1/2″ diameter) was punched in the roof coating by a fallen branch. No water entered the coach and this was repaired and the entire roof was resealed this spring.
Other than these I am not aware of any other issues and my service people at Dana RV and Grappone Toyota have not reported anything else of concern.
This is a relatively rare, rear dinette/sleeper with large windows in back and both sides for a beautiful panoramic view. There are three seat belts at the dinette for passengers while travelling. I believe I am the third owner of this motorhome. It is super clean inside and outside and has only 57,600 original miles. Since I have owned it coach services have been done by Dana RV and maintenance for the truck has been done by Grappone Toyota which serviced and completed a NH State Inspection on 10 August 2018. This is good until September 2019.
There is no rust and it has always been stored inside during the winter. It has a full kitchen (Gas stove/oven, three way fridge with freezer, microwave, and double stainless sink), and a full bath (marine toilet, sink, separate shower, and roof vent fan). Dinette is a queen sleeper and the over cab sleeper is a twin. Coach has roof AC and thermostat controlled furnace. Everything works (except the electric clock on the kitchen wall). The cab has AC and is an automatic with overdrive and ECT. It has dual wheels and an air cushion for better/more stable ride.
We travelled cross country from Boise to NH in this motorhome with no problems at all. We even drove over the Continental Divide (almost 12,000 foot elevation) also without problems, although the ECT got a workout! I wouldn’t hesitate to leave tomorrow for another cross country trip. As I mentioned before, we wouldn’t part with this if not for medical issues, but it’s a shame to have this beautiful motorhome sitting in the driveway not being used and appreciated by someone.
Please contact me with any questions. I can also provide specific photos if you want them. Thanx for your interest, Cecil