1990 Odyssey in Coeur d’Alene, ID

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Last Updated: 3/22/2021 | Ad Source: Direct

Asking Price: $13,900 (Final Sale Price)

1990 Coeur d'Alene ID

Motorhome Facts

  • Year: 1990
  • Maker/Trim/Model: Odyssey
  • Length: 22FT
  • Odometer: 42,300
  • Drivetrain: V6 Automatic

Seller Info

  • State/Region: Idaho
  • City/Area: Coeur d'Alene
  • Name: SOLD!
  • Phone: SOLD!
  • Email: SOLD!

 

More Details & Pictures

Due to moving overseas long term, I have decided to sell my beloved 1990 Odyssey Toy Camper. It is currently in covered storage at my brother’s home in northern Idaho where he will assist me in the sale. I purchased this rig in Texas where it lived for quite a few years however, it appears to have been originally purchased in Nevada where it spent most of its life. The plates are from Minnesota (where I am from) but it has never seen a Minnesota winter. It has VERY low original miles (42k) and it runs fantastic. I put $1600 into a full tune-up and fuel injector replacement in September 2020.  I drove it 7,000 miles from October to December and had zero mechanical issues with it. It doesn’t leak or burn any oil and runs so smooth. The propane gas appliances ie the fridge, water heater, furnace, range, and oven all work perfectly. In fact, if you set the fridge on high it will freeze everything inside. The water pump, toilet, shower, and faucets have no issues. The cab AC blows cold and the house AC is frigid. The awning also works and is in great condition. It has some small dings here and there as you’d expect on a 30-year-old vehicle but overall is in good condition. I got anywhere from 10-16mpg depending on if I was going up into the mountains or on a flat freeway. Fluids under the hood are all good to go including new transmission fluid and brake fluid. I have a very thick binder with maintenance records and manuals for everything in the RV.

The following is a list of things I’ve done to it in 2020:

-Applied a new MBS roofing coating system after grinding down the previous seal coating. This stuff is awesome! It may not look the best but you will not have to worry about roof leaks anymore. It doesn’t leak a drop.

-All roof vents and roof AC removed and resealed when I did the new roof.

-Reinforced roof with aluminum cross members by the middle roof vent. It’s stronger than it ever was. (There were some roof leaks around the middle roof vent. I took out the wood cross members and replaced them with aluminum cross members. The interior ceiling also had to be replaced around that vent and I replaced the front and rear ceiling panels as well. AC ceiling is still original as it was still like new.).

-Full tune-up and new fuel injectors ($1600).

-All cabinets repainted with new hinges and drawer pulls.

-Floor carpet torn out and replaced with vinyl plank. Cabover carpet pulled out and replaced.

-Toilet seals and mechanisms all replaced with an added water shut-off.

-3500W portable generator by Costway in case you are boondocking and need some extra power.

-Rear camera installed for backing up.

-Bluetooth touch screen stereo installed (great for using Google Maps!)

-28″ Roku smart TV installed.

-Brand new house battery.

-Brand new starter battery.

-400W power inverter for charging devices.

-Yakima bike rack for 2 bikes.

-LED interior lights throughout the whole camper.

Here is a list of other features it has accumulated over the years:

-Rear-axle airbags for a smooth ride.

-House exterior has been repainted as the fiberglass siding was starting to turn a yellowish color. It’s now a matte cream color which matched the cab color well.

-Completely new and updated power converter system ($1800).

-Custom heavy-duty rear bumper with class 3 receiver.

-New microwave.

-Custom cutting board that also doubles as a cover for the stovetop.

-Smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

Known issues:

-Tires. As you can see in the pics, the tread is getting low. I had ZERO problems on my 7,000-mile trip but I didn’t go anywhere hot. If I were to do one thing before setting off on a cross-country journey, I would get new tires. I didn’t replace them as I knew I would be overseas for at least 2 years, but now that I’m selling I feel it’s necessary to inform prospective buyers. I was quoted $790 for 6 new Yokohamas (top of the line) installed at Discount Tire. You could opt for other brands like General and save a few $$$.

-The muffler has a small hole in it (see pic). The truck still runs very quietly but it will probably need a cat-back exhaust replacement in the next 1-2 years.

-The light cover outside the door fell off and I don’t know where to get a new one. Might need to fabricate something or just leave it. (see pic)

-The 2nd captain’s chair is in storage in Minnesota. If you are ever through there you are welcome to pick it up, but it’s quite heavy and would be difficult to ship. We preferred having the extra space so we took it out.

-The exterior fiberglass siding on the over-cab area is slightly delaminated. It doesn’t cause any problems and it’s barely noticeable but just wanted to mention it. It’s fixable but I didn’t see the need.

-The AC hood on the roof has seen better days. It’s completely fine as it is but if it bothers you, you could replace it. (See pic)

-Vinyl plank floor has a few uneven seams due to movement while driving but it’s very solid and not going anywhere.

Serious buyers please email me with any questions or to arrange a showing.

Last Updated on March 22, 2021 by RVAds

 

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