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2007 Kz Escalade 36SKB

2007 Kz Escalade 36SKB

$42,995

Billings, Montana

Year 2007

Make Kz

Model Escalade 36SKB

Category 5th Wheels

Length 38

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2007 KZ Escalade 36SKB, Triple Slide, Rear Living Area w/2 Recliners, End Table, Overhead Cabinets, Hide-A-Bed Sofa & Table & Chairs Slideout, Stereo/Desk/TV/Refrigerator/3 Burner Range & Double Kitchen Sink Slideout, Pantry, Coat Closet, Step Up To Bed & Bath, Angle Shower, Lav., Stool Room, Wash/Dryer Cabinet, Queen Bed w/Nightstand Slideout, Wardrobe w/Sliding Doors, Closet, TV, Awning & Much More.

2008 Kz Escalade 36SKB

2008 Kz Escalade 36SKB

$34,995

Houston, Texas

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2008 Escalade 36SKB, PLEASE NOTE: Sale Prices Valid from September 3, 2014 to September 8, 2014Stock Number: F20938' 2008 Escalade w/3 Slides.This 2008 Escalade By K-Z With Mor Ryde Suspension And 5th Airborn Pin Box For A Smoother Tow Experience, Options Include....3 Slide-outs, 2 Ducted Roof A/Cs, 4 Door Refrigerator With Ice Maker, Main & Slide Awnings, W/D Connections, Outside Shower, Convection Microwave And Oven. With All The Comforts Of HomeFOR MORE INFO CONTACT US AT sales@pplmotorhomes.com OR CALL 1-800-755-4775

2007 Kz 36SKB Escalade

2007 Kz 36SKB Escalade

$29,988

Seguin, Texas

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2007 KZ 36SKB Escalade,

2016 Kz Rv Sportsmen 19BHS

2016 Kz Rv Sportsmen 19BHS

$29,999

Blackwood, New Jersey

Year 2007

Make Kz

Model Escalade 36 SKB

Category -

Length 38

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2007 KZ Escalade 36 SKB, Triple Slide, Rear Living w/2 Recliners & End Table, Hide-A-Bed Sofa & Dinette Table & Chairs Slideout, Desk/Ent./Center/L-Counter/3 Burner Range & Refrigerator Slideout, Hutch, Coat Closet, Step Up To Bed & Bath, Angle Shower, Lav., Wash/Dryer, Stool Room, Queen Bed & Nightstand Slideout, TV, Closet w/Sliding Doors, Awning, Exterior Shower & Much More. Rear Living Area Front Bedroom

2011 Kz SPORTSMAN 19SB

2011 Kz SPORTSMAN 19SB

$34,500

Glendora, California

Year 2007

Make K-Z Manufacturing

Model Escalade 36SKB

Category -

Length 38

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2007 K-Z Manufacturing Escalade 36KSB, Excellent condition - like new; beautiful cherry cabinets and trim, kitchen island, fireplace/heater, 32" LED TV plus TV in bedroom, surround sound theater, double 4 door refrigerator with water dispenser, solar system, dual air conditioners, leather recliners and sofa, expanding table with 4 chairs, central vacuum and floor sweep, tons of cabinets and underneath storage, 5th airborne. This fifth wheel has it all! $34,500.00.

2006 K-Z ESCALADE 36SKB

2006 K-Z ESCALADE 36SKB

$29,000

Midlothian, Texas

Year 2006

Make K-Z

Model ESCALADE 36SKB

Category 5th Wheels

Length 36

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Excellent full time home. We have lived in this rig for 9 years and it has been our home, so it is well maintained. The only issues we have had are a blow-0ut on one tire that caused some minor damage to fender area and a water leak under the sink which went un-noticed so I had to repair some damaged wood. Roof was replaced in 2009 by KZ and is in good shape.Now for the particulars, I removed the partial carpeting in the living area and replaced with highest quality vinyl planks, upgraded brakes to hydraulic disc and greasable shackles at the Mor-Ryde factory and upgraded tires to 17.5 "H" rated goodyear 2 years ago in addition I have 4 wheel tire monitoring system, replaced problematic Norcold refrigerator with residential 15 cu.ft. Fridgidair, (since I have built in Onan propane generator) I have no problem with traveling. The rig had a new paint job (factory warrantied), so the exterior is like new. Replaced 2 awning toppers this year and one topper a few years ago. In addition to standard power awning, there is an additional full awning on the living room slide. It has the air-ryde hitch and independent front electric leveling jacks. It has w/d hookups, but since we needed closet space we have no washer dryer. All appliances and a/c are original but everything is in great shape. It has the island counter upgrade for more space. The living room TV has been upgraded to digital but the bedroom TV is original 13" analog. I removed the VCR because we didn't use it and the TV/DVR/Aux control box went out but I didn't replace it because we use Dish. If you wish to use the local antennae, you would have to add a powered outlet (12 volt) . I removed the heavy sleeper sofa, (non use) and now have just 2 recliners in addition to standard table and chairs. Ceiling fan was upgraded a few years ago. There is the standard 15 K ducted A/C and a non ducted 13.5K bedroom A/C if needed for quick cool down. I have added some LED lights and installed lights in a lot of the cabinets. It has day/night shades, all in good shape and working and double pane windows through out rig. Power converter has been upgraded to Progressive Dynamics and 2 batteries replaced in 2014.Yes there are minor usage wear and tear, but nothing major. Propane bottles (2-40lb) have been certified and are good to go. We are looking to get off the road and purchase a home and will probably downsize to a smaller rig.Rig is presently in Miami Gardens, Fl. but we could be anywhere in the next month. The rig weighs 16,800 approximately 3760 lb hitch weight and 13,000 lb trailer axle weight, but that is with all our stuff (and lots of my tools) so you would want a tow rig capable to carry this rig. Price is firm. I don't have pictures at this time, but I would be happy to email pictures. Rig is titled in Texas and I would pay off loan and give clear title, which may take a day or two.

2005 K-Z Manufacturing Escalade 36SKB

2005 K-Z Manufacturing Escalade 36SKB

$39,500

Las Vegas, Nevada

Year 2005

Make K-Z Manufacturing

Model Escalade 36SKB

Category 5th Wheels

Length 37

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2005 K-Z Manufacturing Escalade 36SKB, 2005 KZ ESCALADE 36KS WITH FULL BODY PAINT: TRAILAIR air bag hitch, (2) HEATPUMP A/C UNITS DUCTED (2 yrs new), (2)WATER HEATERS 12gal gas/elect dsi, POWER ECLIPSE AWNING w/auto rain dump and auto close wind sensor, REAL CHERRY WOOD cabinet, doors, trim, FULL FOUR SEASON COACH including dual pane windows and completely enclosed belly pan and heated holding tanks, 40" SONY TV w/5 disc changer w/surround sound, PATIO TV W/DVD, 12CUFT STAINLESS STEEL FRIDGE, CEILING FAN, FRONT AND REAR ELECTRICK LEVELERS, FULL SLIDTHRU STORAGE TRAY, SOLAR SYSTEM w/30amp controller w/1500w converter, LEATHER COUCH w/bed, LEATHER RECLINER, FIREPLACE/HEATER, 42000 BTU GAS HEATER, ISLAND CORIAN COUNTERTOPS, SKYLIGHT IN GLASS SHOWER, 80LBS PROPANE, (2) FANTASTIC FANS w/remote & rain sensor, SOFT TOUCH padded ceiling, WATER FILTER, GRANDFATHER CLOCK, TINTED DUAL PANE WINDOWS, NEW QUEEN PLUS mattress(6" wider), 24" FLAT SCREEN BEDROOM TV, DUAL BATTERIES, PORCELIAN TOILET w/sprayer, DURT DEVIL VACUUM w/dustpan, ALL ALUMINUM CAGE FRAME, (4) SECURITY LIGHTS, 7000# AXLES w/morryde suspension, 50AMP, 30" ENTRY DOOR, SATELLITE PREP, BLACK WATER FLUSH SYSTEM, EXTERIOR SHOWER, FACTORY INSTALL second gray tank, REMOTE CONTROLLED LED patio lights, ORIGINAL DEALER BROCHURE, ORIGINAL MANUALS , GOODYEAR G614 RST G rated tires, QUICK CONNECT for patio BBQ........, NO SALES TAX PRIVATE PARTY SALE........................................, This coach is high-end luxury not seen in most fifth wheels. you will not be disappointed. this coach as ordered was well over $100k new. dvr mobile suite Montana cardinal landmark big sky stoneridge brookstone elite life style pinnacle redwood trilogy cedar creek tradition presidential. $39500 7026047975

2007 K-Z Manufacturing Escalade 36SKB

2007 K-Z Manufacturing Escalade 36SKB

$46,500

Brewster, Washington

Year 2007

Make K-Z Manufacturing

Model Escalade 36SKB

Category -

Length 36

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2007 K-Z Manufacturing Escalade 36SKB, 2007 KZ Escalade 36ft KSB, Rear Living w/2 Recliners & End Table, Three Slideouts: Hide-A-Bed Sofa & Dinette Table & Chairs Slideout, Desk/Ent./Center/L-Counter/3 Burner Range & Refrigerator Slideout, Queen Bed Slideout, Large Shower, Separate toilet room, TV, Closet w/Sliding Doors, Awning, Exterior Shower & Much More. Snap on Skirting. Transferable Extended Warranty. Rear Living Area; Front Bedroom $46,500.00 5096899600

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel

$45,500

Bellingham, Washington

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2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.   -5th Airborne air ride pin box, acts as a ride/vibration buffer between truck and trailer when hauling -Double Stack Norcold 1200 series refridgerator, with ice maker, usually only seen in large diesel pusher motorhomes -double electric awnings on passenger side, slideout awnings on all slides. -Spendide double stack full size washer and dryer units - 3 slides -Form fit trailer cover   My name is Jay, and while my main focus is as an RV technician, I do sometimes help people sell their rigs.  I am acting as the owner's representative advertising and showing this rig, and if you decide you want it, I sit down with all parties involved at a financial institution that works for both buyer and seller, the bank verifies that any cashier checks or funds transfers, and the title, are good, funds go to the seller, the title and a bill of sale goes to the buyer, and we're done.   Regarding this rig, it is a 2008 KZ 36SKB that my customer stated was 38ft, and rvguide.com does as well, so the 36SKB may just refer to 36' of living area.  Seller stated that he purchased the trailer from a bank auction, knowing the people that had purchased it and then promptly couldn't make the payments when the economy went south in 2008.  Seller told me he thought original retail on this trailer was '$150,000', but... rvguide.com states original MSRP was $91,140.  However, seller is Canadian, maybe the values between Canadian/U.S. dollar were different when he acquired the trailer.   Trailer is titled and licensed for B.C., Canada, but is located at an RV park in Whatcom County, Washington, south of the Canadian border.  A lot of Canadians keep trailers at rv parks in Whatcom County, and this unit is a good example.  When I asked the seller how many trips they've taken in the trailer, he laughed, and said, 'One'. Basically, the seller parked it at the rv park when he got the rig, and they use it on the odd weekend or holiday with family.     So far, the few times I've helped someone sell a Canadian title/licensed rig, it's been a Canadian who bought it.  I've got it on my list to call up Northwest Licensing (http://northwestlicensing.com/) 360-756-9821 on Monday to see what the options are for U.S. buyers, and if you want an answer directly, certainly feel free to contact them at the number above. ADDENDUM: I spoke to the folks at Northwest Licensing, they stated that the rig would have to be 'imported', which means the buyer will have to haul it up to the border patrol, show them the paperwork on it, let them inspect it to make sure the lights work and it's in one piece, and then the border patrol will give you some paperwork that can be taken to your local licensing office so that a washington state vehicle title can be issued.   I've used Northwest Licensing over the years for various personal vehicle title transfers (I used to rebuild jeeps), and I've found them to be much more informative than some high school kid working the licensing counter at a grocery store.   I was originally contracted to winterize the plumbing in the rig, and to install a weather cover over the trailer.  I noticed there wasn't really any dust in the cargo bins when I was doing this, and according to the customer they just hardly ever used it, which is why he's selling it.  Overall, trailer is clean as a whistle and from a condition standpoint, looks like someone just parked it in a showroom.  Fridge wasn't even dirty, which is uncommon in my experience.  What is good about the occasional use is that rv refridgerators and some of the other appliances can develop problems if they aren't used for  years at a time, so the fact that these folks were cranking everything up every few months is a good thing.   Looks like roof has original sealant, and it looked fine.  Another 3 or 4 years it'll probably be time for a seam strip and reseal.  Interior looks just like it's sitting in a showroom.  Only fault I'm aware of is that the surround sound receiver is gone, apparently a grandkid cranked up the volume all the way and fried the thing, and the seller asked me to come up with some options for replacement, but at this time there is no receiver in it, although the dvd player, flatscreen in the living room and bedroom, are all there.   Regarding the add-ons, those 5th Airborne air ride pin boxes can be $1000 installed, those Norcold 1200 series side by side refridgerators are usually only seen in big diesel pusher motorhomes, both patio awnings are electric which makes them not only a breeze to use but to work on if they have problems, and they can be $1200 each installed, the double stack Splendide washer dryer setup is a bit less than $2000, and the trailer cover is another $600 or so.  If it was my rig, I would have asked more for it.   The seller didn't want to spring for a PDI (pre-delivery inspection), but I do offer that service as well.  If you are interested in this rig and would like an independent inspection direct from me, I perform a PDI that involves my own 250 point inspection list, and what you receive is a report that covers problems found, pictures of the issues when possible, an estimate for repair of each issue, and parts sources and pricing when available.  I charge $320 for this service.  Incidentally, if I find issues that keep you from wanting to purchase the rig, and the seller wants to know what I found, he has to pay the same for his copy of the PDI.  As far as any conflict of interest between representing the rig for sale vs performing a PDI, my name is worth way more than what I might make selling the odd rv!  Also, on these newer park rigs like this, most of the time I find a few bad light bulbs, deep cycle batteries that might be on the way out, and minor sealant problems.  If someone had been running the wheels of this thing traveling it might be worth having a PDI done, but sitting here the way it has been and looking fairly unused, it probably isn't necessary.   If you are looking for a $91,000 5th wheel essentially half off, and no discernable wear and tear on it, that has been used very little, this could be the rig for you!   Selling price, $45,500.   So, that's what I know about it, original specs can be found here   http://www.rvguide.com/specs/kz/fifth-wheel/2008/escalade/36-skb.html, per rvguide.com, and if you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.     Sincerely,  Jay Shaffer 509-322-8066

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel

$45,500

Bellingham, Washington

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2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.   -5th Airborne air ride pin box, acts as a ride/vibration buffer between truck and trailer when hauling -Double Stack Norcold 1200 series refridgerator, with ice maker, usually only seen in large diesel pusher motorhomes -double electric awnings on passenger side, slideout awnings on all slides. -Spendide double stack full size washer and dryer units - 3 slides -Form fit trailer cover   My name is Jay, and while my main focus is as an RV technician, I do sometimes help people sell their rigs.  I am acting as the owner's representative advertising and showing this rig, and if you decide you want it, I sit down with all parties involved at a financial institution that works for both buyer and seller, the bank verifies that any cashier checks or funds transfers, and the title, are good, funds go to the seller, the title and a bill of sale goes to the buyer, and we're done.   Regarding this rig, it is a 2008 KZ 36SKB that my customer stated was 38ft, and rvguide.com does as well, so the 36SKB may just refer to 36' of living area.  Seller stated that he purchased the trailer from a bank auction, knowing the people that had purchased it and then promptly couldn't make the payments when the economy went south in 2008.  Seller told me he thought original retail on this trailer was '$150,000', but... rvguide.com states original MSRP was $91,140.  However, seller is Canadian, maybe the values between Canadian/U.S. dollar were different when he acquired the trailer.   Trailer is titled and licensed for B.C., Canada, but is located at an RV park in Whatcom County, Washington, south of the Canadian border.  A lot of Canadians keep trailers at rv parks in Whatcom County, and this unit is a good example.  When I asked the seller how many trips they've taken in the trailer, he laughed, and said, 'One'. Basically, the seller parked it at the rv park when he got the rig, and they use it on the odd weekend or holiday with family.     So far, the few times I've helped someone sell a Canadian title/licensed rig, it's been a Canadian who bought it.  I've got it on my list to call up Northwest Licensing (http://northwestlicensing.com/) 360-756-9821 on Monday to see what the options are for U.S. buyers, and if you want an answer directly, certainly feel free to contact them at the number above. ADDENDUM: I spoke to the folks at Northwest Licensing, they stated that the rig would have to be 'imported', which means the buyer will have to haul it up to the border patrol, show them the paperwork on it, let them inspect it to make sure the lights work and it's in one piece, and then the border patrol will give you some paperwork that can be taken to your local licensing office so that a washington state vehicle title can be issued.   I've used Northwest Licensing over the years for various personal vehicle title transfers (I used to rebuild jeeps), and I've found them to be much more informative than some high school kid working the licensing counter at a grocery store.   I was originally contracted to winterize the plumbing in the rig, and to install a weather cover over the trailer.  I noticed there wasn't really any dust in the cargo bins when I was doing this, and according to the customer they just hardly ever used it, which is why he's selling it.  Overall, trailer is clean as a whistle and from a condition standpoint, looks like someone just parked it in a showroom.  Fridge wasn't even dirty, which is uncommon in my experience.  What is good about the occasional use is that rv refridgerators and some of the other appliances can develop problems if they aren't used for  years at a time, so the fact that these folks were cranking everything up every few months is a good thing.   Looks like roof has original sealant, and it looked fine.  Another 3 or 4 years it'll probably be time for a seam strip and reseal.  Interior looks just like it's sitting in a showroom.  Only fault I'm aware of is that the surround sound receiver is gone, apparently a grandkid cranked up the volume all the way and fried the thing, and the seller asked me to come up with some options for replacement, but at this time there is no receiver in it, although the dvd player, flatscreen in the living room and bedroom, are all there.   Regarding the add-ons, those 5th Airborne air ride pin boxes can be $1000 installed, those Norcold 1200 series side by side refridgerators are usually only seen in big diesel pusher motorhomes, both patio awnings are electric which makes them not only a breeze to use but to work on if they have problems, and they can be $1200 each installed, the double stack Splendide washer dryer setup is a bit less than $2000, and the trailer cover is another $600 or so.  If it was my rig, I would have asked more for it.   The seller didn't want to spring for a PDI (pre-delivery inspection), but I do offer that service as well.  If you are interested in this rig and would like an independent inspection direct from me, I perform a PDI that involves my own 250 point inspection list, and what you receive is a report that covers problems found, pictures of the issues when possible, an estimate for repair of each issue, and parts sources and pricing when available.  I charge $320 for this service.  Incidentally, if I find issues that keep you from wanting to purchase the rig, and the seller wants to know what I found, he has to pay the same for his copy of the PDI.  As far as any conflict of interest between representing the rig for sale vs performing a PDI, my name is worth way more than what I might make selling the odd rv!  Also, on these newer park rigs like this, most of the time I find a few bad light bulbs, deep cycle batteries that might be on the way out, and minor sealant problems.  If someone had been running the wheels of this thing traveling it might be worth having a PDI done, but sitting here the way it has been and looking fairly unused, it probably isn't necessary.   If you are looking for a $91,000 5th wheel essentially half off, and no discernable wear and tear on it, that has been used very little, this could be the rig for you!   Selling price, $45,500.   So, that's what I know about it, original specs can be found here   http://www.rvguide.com/specs/kz/fifth-wheel/2008/escalade/36-skb.html, per rvguide.com, and if you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.     Sincerely,  Jay Shaffer 509-322-8066

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.

$45,500

Bellingham, Washington

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2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.   -5th Airborne air ride pin box, acts as a ride/vibration buffer between truck and trailer when hauling -Double Stack Norcold 1200 series refridgerator, with ice maker, usually only seen in large diesel pusher motorhomes -double electric awnings on passenger side, slideout awnings on all slides. -Spendide double stack full size washer and dryer units - 3 slides -Form fit trailer cover   My name is Jay, and while my main focus is as an RV technician, I do sometimes help people sell their rigs.  I am acting as the owner's representative advertising and showing this rig, and if you decide you want it, I sit down with all parties involved at a financial institution that works for both buyer and seller, the bank verifies that any cashier checks or funds transfers, and the title, are good, funds go to the seller, the title and a bill of sale goes to the buyer, and we're done.   Regarding this rig, it is a 2008 KZ 36SKB that my customer stated was 38ft, and rvguide.com does as well, so the 36SKB may just refer to 36' of living area.  Seller stated that he purchased the trailer from a bank auction, knowing the people that had purchased it and then promptly couldn't make the payments when the economy went south in 2008.  Seller told me he thought original retail on this trailer was '$150,000', but... rvguide.com states original MSRP was $91,140.  However, seller is Canadian, maybe the values between Canadian/U.S. dollar were different when he acquired the trailer.   Trailer is titled and licensed for B.C., Canada, but is located at an RV park in Whatcom County, Washington, south of the Canadian border.  A lot of Canadians keep trailers at rv parks in Whatcom County, and this unit is a good example.  When I asked the seller how many trips they've taken in the trailer, he laughed, and said, 'One'. Basically, the seller parked it at the rv park when he got the rig, and they use it on the odd weekend or holiday with family.     So far, the few times I've helped someone sell a Canadian title/licensed rig, it's been a Canadian who bought it.  I've got it on my list to call up Northwest Licensing (http://northwestlicensing.com/) 360-756-9821 on Monday to see what the options are for U.S. buyers, and if you want an answer directly, certainly feel free to contact them at the number above. ADDENDUM: I spoke to the folks at Northwest Licensing, they stated that the rig would have to be 'imported', which means the buyer will have to haul it up to the border patrol, show them the paperwork on it, let them inspect it to make sure the lights work and it's in one piece, and then the border patrol will give you some paperwork that can be taken to your local licensing office so that a washington state vehicle title can be issued.   I've used Northwest Licensing over the years for various personal vehicle title transfers (I used to rebuild jeeps), and I've found them to be much more informative than some high school kid working the licensing counter at a grocery store.   I was originally contracted to winterize the plumbing in the rig, and to install a weather cover over the trailer.  I noticed there wasn't really any dust in the cargo bins when I was doing this, and according to the customer they just hardly ever used it, which is why he's selling it.  Overall, trailer is clean as a whistle and from a condition standpoint, looks like someone just parked it in a showroom.  Fridge wasn't even dirty, which is uncommon in my experience.  What is good about the occasional use is that rv refridgerators and some of the other appliances can develop problems if they aren't used for  years at a time, so the fact that these folks were cranking everything up every few months is a good thing.   Looks like roof has original sealant, and it looked fine.  Another 3 or 4 years it'll probably be time for a seam strip and reseal.  Interior looks just like it's sitting in a showroom.  Only fault I'm aware of is that the surround sound receiver is gone, apparently a grandkid cranked up the volume all the way and fried the thing, and the seller asked me to come up with some options for replacement, but at this time there is no receiver in it, although the dvd player, flatscreen in the living room and bedroom, are all there.   Regarding the add-ons, those 5th Airborne air ride pin boxes can be $1000 installed, those Norcold 1200 series side by side refridgerators are usually only seen in big diesel pusher motorhomes, both patio awnings are electric which makes them not only a breeze to use but to work on if they have problems, and they can be $1200 each installed, the double stack Splendide washer dryer setup is a bit less than $2000, and the trailer cover is another $600 or so.  If it was my rig, I would have asked more for it.   The seller didn't want to spring for a PDI (pre-delivery inspection), but I do offer that service as well.  If you are interested in this rig and would like an independent inspection direct from me, I perform a PDI that involves my own 250 point inspection list, and what you receive is a report that covers problems found, pictures of the issues when possible, an estimate for repair of each issue, and parts sources and pricing when available.  I charge $320 for this service.  Incidentally, if I find issues that keep you from wanting to purchase the rig, and the seller wants to know what I found, he has to pay the same for his copy of the PDI.  As far as any conflict of interest between representing the rig for sale vs performing a PDI, my name is worth way more than what I might make selling the odd rv!  Also, on these newer park rigs like this, most of the time I find a few bad light bulbs, deep cycle batteries that might be on the way out, and minor sealant problems.  If someone had been running the wheels of this thing traveling it might be worth having a PDI done, but sitting here the way it has been and looking fairly unused, it probably isn't necessary.   If you are looking for a $91,000 5th wheel essentially half off, and no discernible wear and tear on it, that has been used very little, this could be the rig for you!   Selling price, $45,500.   So, that's what I know about it, original specs can be found here   http://www.rvguide.com/specs/kz/fifth-wheel/2008/escalade/36-skb.html, per rvguide.com, and if you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.     Sincerely,  Jay Shaffer 509-322-8066

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.

$45,500

Bellingham, Washington

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2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.   -5th Airborne air ride pin box, acts as a ride/vibration buffer between truck and trailer when hauling -Double Stack Norcold 1200 series refridgerator, with ice maker, usually only seen in large diesel pusher motorhomes -double electric awnings on passenger side, slideout awnings on all slides. -Spendide double stack full size washer and dryer units - 3 slides -Form fit trailer cover   My name is Jay, and while my main focus is as an RV technician, I do sometimes help people sell their rigs.  I am acting as the owner's representative advertising and showing this rig, and if you decide you want it, I sit down with all parties involved at a financial institution that works for both buyer and seller, the bank verifies that any cashier checks or funds transfers, and the title, are good, funds go to the seller, the title and a bill of sale goes to the buyer, and we're done.   Regarding this rig, it is a 2008 KZ 36SKB that my customer stated was 38ft, and rvguide.com does as well, so the 36SKB may just refer to 36' of living area.  Seller stated that he purchased the trailer from a bank auction, knowing the people that had purchased it and then promptly couldn't make the payments when the economy went south in 2008.  Seller told me he thought original retail on this trailer was '$150,000', but... rvguide.com states original MSRP was $91,140.  However, seller is Canadian, maybe the values between Canadian/U.S. dollar were different when he acquired the trailer.   Trailer is titled and licensed for B.C., Canada, but is located at an RV park in Whatcom County, Washington, south of the Canadian border.  A lot of Canadians keep trailers at rv parks in Whatcom County, and this unit is a good example.  When I asked the seller how many trips they've taken in the trailer, he laughed, and said, 'One'. Basically, the seller parked it at the rv park when he got the rig, and they use it on the odd weekend or holiday with family.     So far, the few times I've helped someone sell a Canadian title/licensed rig, it's been a Canadian who bought it.  I've got it on my list to call up Northwest Licensing (http://northwestlicensing.com/) 360-756-9821 on Monday to see what the options are for U.S. buyers, and if you want an answer directly, certainly feel free to contact them at the number above. ADDENDUM: I spoke to the folks at Northwest Licensing, they stated that the rig would have to be 'imported', which means the buyer will have to haul it up to the border patrol, show them the paperwork on it, let them inspect it to make sure the lights work and it's in one piece, and then the border patrol will give you some paperwork that can be taken to your local licensing office so that a washington state vehicle title can be issued.   I've used Northwest Licensing over the years for various personal vehicle title transfers (I used to rebuild jeeps), and I've found them to be much more informative than some high school kid working the licensing counter at a grocery store.   I was originally contracted to winterize the plumbing in the rig, and to install a weather cover over the trailer.  I noticed there wasn't really any dust in the cargo bins when I was doing this, and according to the customer they just hardly ever used it, which is why he's selling it.  Overall, trailer is clean as a whistle and from a condition standpoint, looks like someone just parked it in a showroom.  Fridge wasn't even dirty, which is uncommon in my experience.  What is good about the occasional use is that rv refridgerators and some of the other appliances can develop problems if they aren't used for  years at a time, so the fact that these folks were cranking everything up every few months is a good thing.   Looks like roof has original sealant, and it looked fine.  Another 3 or 4 years it'll probably be time for a seam strip and reseal.  Interior looks just like it's sitting in a showroom.  Only fault I'm aware of is that the surround sound receiver is gone, apparently a grandkid cranked up the volume all the way and fried the thing, and the seller asked me to come up with some options for replacement, but at this time there is no receiver in it, although the dvd player, flatscreen in the living room and bedroom, are all there.   Regarding the add-ons, those 5th Airborne air ride pin boxes can be $1000 installed, those Norcold 1200 series side by side refridgerators are usually only seen in big diesel pusher motorhomes, both patio awnings are electric which makes them not only a breeze to use but to work on if they have problems, and they can be $1200 each installed, the double stack Splendide washer dryer setup is a bit less than $2000, and the trailer cover is another $600 or so.  If it was my rig, I would have asked more for it.   The seller didn't want to spring for a PDI (pre-delivery inspection), but I do offer that service as well.  If you are interested in this rig and would like an independent inspection direct from me, I perform a PDI that involves my own 250 point inspection list, and what you receive is a report that covers problems found, pictures of the issues when possible, an estimate for repair of each issue, and parts sources and pricing when available.  I charge $320 for this service.  Incidentally, if I find issues that keep you from wanting to purchase the rig, and the seller wants to know what I found, he has to pay the same for his copy of the PDI.  As far as any conflict of interest between representing the rig for sale vs performing a PDI, my name is worth way more than what I might make selling the odd rv!  Also, on these newer park rigs like this, most of the time I find a few bad light bulbs, deep cycle batteries that might be on the way out, and minor sealant problems.  If someone had been running the wheels of this thing traveling it might be worth having a PDI done, but sitting here the way it has been and looking fairly unused, it probably isn't necessary.   If you are looking for a $91,000 5th wheel essentially half off, and no discernible wear and tear on it, that has been used very little, this could be the rig for you!   Selling price, $45,500.   So, that's what I know about it, original specs can be found here   http://www.rvguide.com/specs/kz/fifth-wheel/2008/escalade/36-skb.html, per rvguide.com, and if you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.     Sincerely,  Jay Shaffer 509-322-8066

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles

$45,500

Bellingham, Washington

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2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.-5th Airborne air ride pin box, acts as a ride/vibration buffer between truck and trailer when hauling-Double Stack Norcold 1200 series refridgerator, with ice maker, usually only seen in large diesel pusher motorhomes-double electric awnings on passenger side, slideout awnings on all slides.-Spendide double stack full size washer and dryer units- 3 slides-Form fit trailer coverMy name is Jay, and while my main focus is as an RV technician, I do sometimes help people sell their rigs. I am acting as the owner's representative advertising and showing this rig, and if you decide you want it, I sit down with all parties involved at a financial institution that works for both buyer and seller, the bank verifies that any cashier checks or funds transfers, and the title, are good, funds go to the seller, the title and a bill of sale goes to the buyer, and we're done.Regarding this rig, it is a 2008 KZ 36SKB that my customer stated was 38ft, and rvguide.com does as well, so the 36SKB may just refer to 36' of living area. Seller stated that he purchased the trailer from a bank auction, knowing the people that had purchased it and then promptly couldn't make the payments when the economy went south in 2008. Seller told me he thought original retail on this trailer was '$150,000', but... rvguide.com states original MSRP was $91,140. However, seller is Canadian, maybe the values between Canadian/U.S. dollar were different when he acquired the trailer.Trailer is titled and licensed for B.C., Canada, but is located at an RV park in Whatcom County, Washington, south of the Canadian border. A lot of Canadians keep trailers at rv parks in Whatcom County, and this unit is a good example. When I asked the seller how many trips they've taken in the trailer, he laughed, and said, 'One'. Basically, the seller parked it at the rv park when he got the rig, and they use it on the odd weekend or holiday with family. So far, the few times I've helped someone sell a Canadian title/licensed rig, it's been a Canadian who bought it. I've got it on my list to call up Northwest Licensing (http://northwestlicensing.com/) 360-756-9821 on Monday to see what the options are for U.S. buyers, and if you want an answer directly, certainly feel free to contact them at the number above. ADDENDUM: I spoke to the folks at Northwest Licensing, they stated that the rig would have to be 'imported', which means the buyer will have to haul it up to the border patrol, show them the paperwork on it, let them inspect it to make sure the lights work and it's in one piece, and then the border patrol will give you some paperwork that can be taken to your local licensing office so that a washington state vehicle title can be issued. I've used Northwest Licensing over the years for various personal vehicle title transfers (I used to rebuild jeeps), and I've found them to be much more informative than some high school kid working the licensing counter at a grocery store.I was originally contracted to winterize the plumbing in the rig, and to install a weather cover over the trailer. I noticed there wasn't really any dust in the cargo bins when I was doing this, and according to the customer they just hardly ever used it, which is why he's selling it. Overall, trailer is clean as a whistle and from a condition standpoint, looks like someone just parked it in a showroom. Fridge wasn't even dirty, which is uncommon in my experience. What is good about the occasional use is that rv refridgerators and some of the other appliances can develop problems if they aren't used for years at a time, so the fact that these folks were cranking everything up every few months is a good thing.Looks like roof has original sealant, and it looked fine. Another 3 or 4 years it'll probably be time for a seam strip and reseal. Interior looks just like it's sitting in a showroom. Only fault I'm aware of is that the surround sound receiver is gone, apparently a grandkid cranked up the volume all the way and fried the thing, and the seller asked me to come up with some options for replacement, but at this time there is no receiver in it, although the dvd player, flatscreen in the living room and bedroom, are all there.Regarding the add-ons, those 5th Airborne air ride pin boxes can be $1000 installed, those Norcold 1200 series side by side refridgerators are usually only seen in big diesel pusher motorhomes, both patio awnings are electric which makes them not only a breeze to use but to work on if they have problems, and they can be $1200 each installed, the double stack Splendide washer dryer setup is a bit less than $2000, and the trailer cover is another $600 or so. If it was my rig, I would have asked more for it.The seller didn't want to spring for a PDI (pre-delivery inspection), but I do offer that service as well. If you are interested in this rig and would like an independent inspection direct from me, I perform a PDI that involves my own 250 point inspection list, and what you receive is a report that covers problems found, pictures of the issues when possible, an estimate for repair of each issue, and parts sources and pricing when available. I charge $320 for this service. Incidentally, if I find issues that keep you from wanting to purchase the rig, and the seller wants to know what I found, he has to pay the same for his copy of the PDI. As far as any conflict of interest between representing the rig for sale vs performing a PDI, my name is worth way more than what I might make selling the odd rv! Also, on these newer park rigs like this, most of the time I find a few bad light bulbs, deep cycle batteries that might be on the way out, and minor sealant problems. If someone had been running the wheels of this thing traveling it might be worth having a PDI done, but sitting here the way it has been and looking fairly unused, it probably isn't necessary.If you are looking for a $91,000 5th wheel essentially half off, and no discernable wear and tear on it, that has been used very little, this could be the rig for you! Selling price, $45,500.So, that's what I know about it, original specs can be found here http://www.rvguide.com/specs/kz/fifth-wheel/2008/escalade/36-skb.html, per rvguide.com, and if you have any other questions, feel free to contact me. Sincerely, Jay Shaffer509-322-8066

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles

2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles

$45,500

Bellingham, Washington

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2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all the bells and whistles.-5th Airborne air ride pin box, acts as a ride/vibration buffer between truck and trailer when hauling-Double Stack Norcold 1200 series refridgerator, with ice maker, usually only seen in large diesel pusher motorhomes-double electric awnings on passenger side, slideout awnings on all slides.-Spendide double stack full size washer and dryer units- 3 slides-Form fit trailer coverMy name is Jay, and while my main focus is as an RV technician, I do sometimes help people sell their rigs. I am acting as the owner's representative advertising and showing this rig, and if you decide you want it, I sit down with all parties involved at a financial institution that works for both buyer and seller, the bank verifies that any cashier checks or funds transfers, and the title, are good, funds go to the seller, the title and a bill of sale goes to the buyer, and we're done.Regarding this rig, it is a 2008 KZ 36SKB that my customer stated was 38ft, and rvguide.com does as well, so the 36SKB may just refer to 36' of living area. Seller stated that he purchased the trailer from a bank auction, knowing the people that had purchased it and then promptly couldn't make the payments when the economy went south in 2008. Seller told me he thought original retail on this trailer was '$150,000', but... rvguide.com states original MSRP was $91,140. However, seller is Canadian, maybe the values between Canadian/U.S. dollar were different when he acquired the trailer.Trailer is titled and licensed for B.C., Canada, but is located at an RV park in Whatcom County, Washington, south of the Canadian border. A lot of Canadians keep trailers at rv parks in Whatcom County, and this unit is a good example. When I asked the seller how many trips they've taken in the trailer, he laughed, and said, 'One'. Basically, the seller parked it at the rv park when he got the rig, and they use it on the odd weekend or holiday with family. So far, the few times I've helped someone sell a Canadian title/licensed rig, it's been a Canadian who bought it. I've got it on my list to call up Northwest Licensing (http://northwestlicensing.com/) 360-756-9821 on Monday to see what the options are for U.S. buyers, and if you want an answer directly, certainly feel free to contact them at the number above. ADDENDUM: I spoke to the folks at Northwest Licensing, they stated that the rig would have to be 'imported', which means the buyer will have to haul it up to the border patrol, show them the paperwork on it, let them inspect it to make sure the lights work and it's in one piece, and then the border patrol will give you some paperwork that can be taken to your local licensing office so that a washington state vehicle title can be issued. I've used Northwest Licensing over the years for various personal vehicle title transfers (I used to rebuild jeeps), and I've found them to be much more informative than some high school kid working the licensing counter at a grocery store.I was originally contracted to winterize the plumbing in the rig, and to install a weather cover over the trailer. I noticed there wasn't really any dust in the cargo bins when I was doing this, and according to the customer they just hardly ever used it, which is why he's selling it. Overall, trailer is clean as a whistle and from a condition standpoint, looks like someone just parked it in a showroom. Fridge wasn't even dirty, which is uncommon in my experience. What is good about the occasional use is that rv refridgerators and some of the other appliances can develop problems if they aren't used for years at a time, so the fact that these folks were cranking everything up every few months is a good thing.Looks like roof has original sealant, and it looked fine. Another 3 or 4 years it'll probably be time for a seam strip and reseal. Interior looks just like it's sitting in a showroom. Only fault I'm aware of is that the surround sound receiver is gone, apparently a grandkid cranked up the volume all the way and fried the thing, and the seller asked me to come up with some options for replacement, but at this time there is no receiver in it, although the dvd player, flatscreen in the living room and bedroom, are all there.Regarding the add-ons, those 5th Airborne air ride pin boxes can be $1000 installed, those Norcold 1200 series side by side refridgerators are usually only seen in big diesel pusher motorhomes, both patio awnings are electric which makes them not only a breeze to use but to work on if they have problems, and they can be $1200 each installed, the double stack Splendide washer dryer setup is a bit less than $2000, and the trailer cover is another $600 or so. If it was my rig, I would have asked more for it.The seller didn't want to spring for a PDI (pre-delivery inspection), but I do offer that service as well. If you are interested in this rig and would like an independent inspection direct from me, I perform a PDI that involves my own 250 point inspection list, and what you receive is a report that covers problems found, pictures of the issues when possible, an estimate for repair of each issue, and parts sources and pricing when available. I charge $320 for this service. Incidentally, if I find issues that keep you from wanting to purchase the rig, and the seller wants to know what I found, he has to pay the same for his copy of the PDI. As far as any conflict of interest between representing the rig for sale vs performing a PDI, my name is worth way more than what I might make selling the odd rv! Also, on these newer park rigs like this, most of the time I find a few bad light bulbs, deep cycle batteries that might be on the way out, and minor sealant problems. If someone had been running the wheels of this thing traveling it might be worth having a PDI done, but sitting here the way it has been and looking fairly unused, it probably isn't necessary.If you are looking for a $91,000 5th wheel essentially half off, and no discernable wear and tear on it, that has been used very little, this could be the rig for you! Selling price, $45,500.So, that's what I know about it, original specs can be found here http://www.rvguide.com/specs/kz/fifth-wheel/2008/escalade/36-skb.html, per rvguide.com, and if you have any other questions, feel free to contact me. Sincerely, Jay Shaffer509-322-8066

2008 KZ 36SKB 5th wheel, 3 slides, electric awnings, washer/dryer, vacation use...

2008 KZ 36SKB 5th wheel, 3 slides, electric awnings, washer/dryer, vacation use...

$45,500

Bellingham, Washington

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2008 KZ Escalade 36SKB 38' 5th Wheel, with all bells and whistles.   -5th Airborne air ride pin box, acts as a ride/vibration buffer between truck and trailer when hauling -Double Stack Norcold 1200 series refridgerator, with ice maker, usually only seen in large diesel pusher motorhomes -double electric awnings on passenger side, slideout awnings on all slides. -Spendide double stack full size washer and dryer units - 3 slides -Form fit trailer cover   My name is Jay, and while my main focus is as an RV technician, I do sometimes help people sell their rigs.  I am acting as the owner's representative advertising and showing this rig, and if you decide you want it, I sit down with all parties involved at a financial institution that works for both buyer and seller, the bank verifies that any cashier checks or funds transfers, and the title, are good, funds go to the seller, the title and a bill of sale goes to the buyer, and we're done.   Regarding this rig, it is a 2008 KZ 36SKB that my customer stated was 38ft, and rvguide.com does as well, so the 36SKB may just refer to 36' of living area.  Seller stated that he purchased the trailer from a bank auction, knowing the people that had purchased it and then promptly couldn't make the payments when the economy went south in 2008.  Seller told me he thought original retail on this trailer was '$150,000', but... rvguide.com states original MSRP was $91,140.  However, seller is Canadian, maybe the values between Canadian/U.S. dollar were different when he acquired the trailer.   Trailer is titled and licensed for B.C., Canada, but is located at an RV park in Whatcom County, Washington, south of the Canadian border.  A lot of Canadians keep trailers at rv parks in Whatcom County, and this unit is a good example.  When I asked the seller how many trips they've taken in the trailer, he laughed, and said, 'One'. Basically, the seller parked it at the rv park when he got the rig, and they use it on the odd weekend or holiday with family.     So far, the few times I've helped someone sell a Canadian title/licensed rig, it's been a Canadian who bought it.  I've got it on my list to call up Northwest Licensing (http://northwestlicensing.com/) 360-756-9821 on Monday to see what the options are for U.S. buyers, and if you want an answer directly, certainly feel free to contact them at the number above.  I've used them over the years for various personal vehicle title transfers (I used to rebuild jeeps), and I've found them to be much more informative than some high school kid working the licensing counter at a grocery store.   I was originally contracted to winterize the plumbing in the rig, and to install a weather cover over the trailer.  I noticed there wasn't really any dust in the cargo bins when I was doing this, and according to the customer they just hardly ever used it, which is why he's selling it.  Overall, trailer is clean as a whistle and from a condition standpoint, looks like someone just parked it in a showroom.  Fridge wasn't even dirty, which is uncommon in my experience.  What is good about the occasional use is that rv refridgerators and some of the other appliances can develop problems if they aren't used for  years at a time, so the fact that these folks were cranking everything up every few months is a good thing.   Looks like roof has original sealant, and it looked fine.  Another 3 or 4 years it'll probably be time for a seam strip and reseal.  Interior looks just like it's sitting in a showroom.  Only fault I'm aware of is that the surround sound receiver is gone, apparently a grandkid cranked up the volume all the way and fried the thing, and the seller asked me to come up with some options for replacement, but at this time there is no receiver in it, although the dvd player, flatscreen in the living room and bedroom, are all there.   Regarding the add-ons, those 5th Airborne air ride pin boxes can be $1000 installed, those Norcold 1200 series side by side refridgerators are usually only seen in big diesel pusher motorhomes, both patio awnings are electric which makes them not only a breeze to use but to work on if they have problems, and they can be $1200 each installed, the double stack Splendide washer dryer setup is a bit less than $2000, and the trailer cover is another $600 or so.  If it was my rig, I would have asked more for it.   The seller didn't want to spring for a PDI (pre-delivery inspection), but I do offer that service as well.  If you are interested in this rig and would like an independent inspection direct from me, I perform a PDI that involves my own 250 point inspection list, and what you receive is a report that covers problems found, pictures of the issues when possible, an estimate for repair of each issue, and parts sources and pricing when available.  I charge $320 for this service.  Incidentally, if I find issues that keep you from wanting to purchase the rig, and the seller wants to know what I found, he has to pay the same for his copy of the PDI.  As far as any conflict of interest between representing the rig for sale vs performing a PDI, my name is worth way more than what I might make selling the odd rv!  Also, on these newer park rigs like this, most of the time I find a few bad light bulbs, deep cycle batteries that might be on the way out, and minor sealant problems.  If someone had been running the wheels of this thing traveling it might be worth having a PDI done, but sitting here the way it has been and looking fairly unused, it probably isn't necessary.   If you are looking for a $91,000 5th wheel essentially half off, and no discernable wear and tear on it, that has been used very little, this could be the rig for you!   Selling price, $45,500.   So, that's what I know about it, original specs can be found here   http://www.rvguide.com/specs/kz/fifth-wheel/2008/escalade/36-skb.html, per rvguide.com, and if you have any other questions, feel free to contact me.     Sincerely,  Jay Shaffer 509-322-8066