Asking Price: $6,500
- Year: 1980
- Maker/Trim/Model: Sunline Solaris
- Length: 19FT
- Odometer: 64,301
- Drivetrain: 4cyl Manual
- State/Region: Colorado
- City/Area: Littleton
- Name: Expired
- Phone: Expired
- Email: Expired
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1980 Toyota Sunline Solaris with 64,301 miles on it.
Manual Transmission, New Clutch, new master cylinder. All fluids changed and replenished. No mechanical issues. Just needs 4 new tires (has 6 tires total). The tires in the back are too large causing them to rub together and form a hole in one of the tires (you can sell the other three tires, they’re brand new studded tires).
Put new tires on and she’s ready to hit the road.
replaced the fridge
installed hard wood flooring
painted the cabinets by hand
repaired water damage
put up new walls which I painted and put wallpaper in some areas.
made shelves with mason jars attached for storage which were never used
made cabinets and a book shelf where there was another bench
put up trim
rewired under the hood
repaired wires inside the camper part
Put new screens in the window and put screens over the vents so that no bugs can’t come in
put a cat door on the face of the stairs as you walk into the camper and a cat door in the bench where their could be a litter box (although I never got to that point myself, never been a litter box in there ).
made all the curtians out of vintage 1960s fabrics
added gold accents all over the camper
Installed a ceiling vent fan
fixed and resealed all the seals on the outside of the RV
I have a solar panel I’m including with the RV
There is a toilet and a shower that both work. The stove works but because I disconnected the propane from the water heater and the furnace . Needs to be capped but it’s 3 caps needed, $2 for each .. I just ran out of time or would have done that myself .. but once it’s capped Propane will only go to the stove/oven ..
I use an electric heater in there which I will include also (pictured above)
right now it plugs in and all the lights work and the fridge and the heater can both run off 110volt but once the solar panel is on and there is an inverter it will be able to run off mostly solar.
Comes with reallly comfy foam mattress that was never used (I had a 4 inch foam pad on top of it and never slept on the actual mattress)
Asking 6,500 but for the right person that is negotiable!
This is a rare find in such pristine condition and I imagine it will sell quickly.
I am looking to part with it because I am trying to live more minimally.
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Last Updated on March 6, 2021 by RVAds