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2010 Keystone BULLET 180FB

$8,000.00

Edinboro, Pennsylvania

Year 2010

Make Keystone

Model BULLET 180FB

Category Travel Trailers

Length 18

Posted Over 1 Month

2010 18 foot Keystone Bullet 180fbs & awning attached 11x8 screen room. late year 2010 model with some 2011 interior feature. second owners of 4 years. added some creature comforts to suit our needs (shelving, hooks, etc.) unit is the perfect combination of light weight and smaller without compromised quality and comfort; perfectly met our needs as we traveled extensively and lived in this unit for extended periods of time. unique to this travel trailer is the double axle; you will notice that most smaller units have a single axle. tires are new, purchased from Camping World and going on the second year. this Bullet has a slide which nicely expands the cabin floor space. yet, when the slide is in, you can still navigate the interior of the cabin. there is a forward queen size bed with a twin drop down bunk above the queen. the sofa opens to a double size bed. there is a full bath; separate shower, sink and toilet. there is an exterior shower. the entertainment center had been removed when we purchased the unit so we modified this area to create book shelves and storage. wiring and speakers remain, however. we never missed the entertainment center as we always travel with our electronics. storage is excellent! there is a large closet at the end of the queen bunk where items can be hung or stored on the shelves which we installed. there is a second closet at the entrance, as well. there is a large pantry & storage under and above the sink/stove counter, large pass through storage area under the queen bunk accessible through two exterior doors. a second exterior storage area in the slide out. appliances are in good working order; 6 gallon hot water heater, microwave, two burner stove and double door refrigerator with separate freezer compartment. there is an exterior connection for a gas grill and we made an exterior shelf to attach to the exterior near the connector. we traveled with our cats which required that we come up with some creative litter solutions. we installed a litter box inside the pass through and cut an entry into the box. everything in this unit works perfectly and has been well maintained. as long as we have owned the unit the roof was cleaned and treated and the exterior cleaned and waxed twice yearly. it has been kept under cover when not in use. prior to our ownership it had been left out; the graphics suffered sun damage so, we removed all of the graphics finding the beginning curling and peeling unattractive. the only issue with this unit arose during a 4 month stay in Florida. Interior moisture caused some delamination only on the top of the rear and front panels. with help from Camping World techs, we confirmed this is a cosmetic issue NOT due to leakage; & learned that front & rear panels are a fiber board, called "hanging walls; not the same as the luan side walls. not uncommon but structurally sound. detailed specs, etc. can be found at: :// /specs/keystone/travel-trailer/2010/bullet/180fbs.html