Asking Price: $13,500
- Year: 1992
- Maker/Trim/Model: Dolphin
- Length: 21FT
- Odometer: 85,000
- Drivetrain: 6 cylinder
- State/Region: New York
- City/Area: Buffalo
- Name: Ray Limburg
- Phone: (716) 828-8978
- Email: [email protected]
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1992 Toyota Dolphin Class C Motorhome
3.0 Toyota V6 Engine
10 – 16 mpg
Only 85k miles
No drips or leaks whatsoever.
Runs and drives excellent.
Toyota Pickup Truck Chassis
6-Lug Dual Rear Wheels
21 ft. Length
Purchased in Las Vegas in 2018 and driven to Buffalo
Rust Free – Super Clean Vehicle
New Plugs, Wires, Cap, Rotor, Oil & Filter
All 6 Tires are Great
Tons of Storage for its size
Brakes and Exhaust are Good
Has Cab-Over Bunk, Dinette that converts to a small bed, Couch that reclines to a double bed. Sleeps 4-5
Full Shower, Flush Toilet, Propane Stove, Microwave Oven, Air Conditioning,
Has Onan Generator – not working but does turn over with electric start.
This is the last generation version of this style of Toyota motor home, built by National RV in California.
Rare find. Purchased in Las Vegas to make a trip in 2018 with 2 adults and 2 older boys to the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, etc. Drove 3300 miles back to Buffalo with no issues. Small enough to park anywhere. Big enough to have all the comforts of home.
There are no leaks, however, there are some signs of minor water leak damage in the front cab-over area which has been repaired. The roof has been recently sealed. The rear spare tire mount was re-positioned as there is some minor water damage around the back wall from the window. This is cosmetically not noticeable and does not affect anything right now. The rear window has been re-sealed and there are no leaks. The rig is over all in very solid condition. The heater works but has been noisy at times. There is an exhaust gasket leak near the engine. It is not the manifold. The noise this makes is not detectable when driving but can be noticeable when cruising through a quiet campground.
All-in-all the defects are minor for this 28 year old classic and certainly correctable. These Toyota RVs are collector’s items. You will not lose value if well cared for while you enjoy this camper.
This is a new listing.
RV will be coming out of covered storage this weekend. Current pictures will follow.