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Born Free Casual Elegance 26rsb rvs for sale in Texas
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Up for sale is our 2005 pristine 26' Born Free Motor Coach. This is a Rear Side Bed “Casual Elegance” Model with solid Oak Cabinetry, about 60K miles.This unit is a very popular model. Sleeps 4 adults and has privacy curtains. It has it all…a made-up bed, a full-size front living room, with a Flexsteel sofa bed, extremely comfortable Flexsteel captain’s chairs and driver/passenger chairs, a pull-up table and additional storage below.¿ This model is not only elegant, but the additional storage spaces and extended kitchen area makes it a palace for two, or four. Available is a comforter, with velcro attached sheets, which eliminates bed making problems for ever.¿The vehicle is immaculate in and out. Everything works as we are currently using it during our stay at the ranch. We are selling it because we don’t have the time to use it. This is why is has low mileage and also explains why it is such great shape. Also, the coach has been stored inside my aircraft hangar in a dry climate (Colorado) since new. It ONLY comes out when in use, which is not very often! There is NO sun damage because we keep it inside in either a hangar or a shade structure. For those of you who are not familiar with Born Free Coaches, it is important to note that these are hand build luxury coaches. They are pricey. New ones tick in > $160-180K, depending on options. This is a touring coach and it has no slides. NO SLIDES? Really?…. yup… No slides means no leaks and a long lived coach with little maintenance. I had a nice coach with multiple slides… guess what… they leaked and my $100K coach was devalued to $20K in a single season! Never again! Take a look at the pix...we keep throw rugs down and the carpet is fresh and nice. Tires, brakes, oil, etc... maintenance is impeccable. In the past few years: new coach batteries, New engine battery with trickle charger. All the bugs are worked out on this coach. These are rare coaches and when you see one, take notice. We put bilstien shocks on it to help with the ride. I tow my 4dr Jeep Rubicon behind the RV and it rides very nice.... but dont back up!I have a website (https://bornfree26.wordpress.com/about/) with some pix...these were taken in 2014 but it still looks the same.This is a ‘touring coach’ and is ideal for a family of four to travel around the country in real comfort. It is very easy to use and set up. For example, we may depart from home after work around 7PM and drive until 11PM, pull into a roadside rest area, shut down and simply slide shut the front curtains and we are ready to watch the news or go for a quick walk or simply hit the sack. No muss no fuss… it takes 5 min from shut down to relaxation for a night’s comfortable sleep.We are non-smokers (I am a cancer researcher) and do not travel with pets. There are no obnoxious odors in the coach. We use it primarily for long haul trips from FL to Colorado.