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Prevost Marathon XLV

Prevost Marathon XLV

$145,900

Asheboro, North Carolina

Year 1995

Make Prevost

Model Marathon

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Length 45

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Coach Specifications Year: 1995 Make: Prevost Marathon XL Model: Vin #: 2P9M33493R1001833 Slides: None Miles: 134,572 Engine: Detroit Series 60 Tires: Michelin 315’s New Front – 315’s Rear and Tag 2011 Mechanics/Equipment Generators: Powertech 20KW - 3195 hrs Leveling System: Prevost Satellite HD stationary auto seek Antenna Heat: Wabasto Dash Air converted to R134 June 2015 “Ice Cold” Over the road Marathon Mach Air Serviced June 2015 “ice cold” Cruise Air: 3, Serviced June of 2015 “ice cold” Water Heater: 2 Atwoods Appliances Refrigerator: Jenn-Air Convenience Center Cook Top: Gaggenau Washer/Dryer: Has been removed/space is available Microwave: Whirlpool Gold Convection Entertainment Bay Television: Toshiba 20” Stereo: Sony Refrigerator Electrical/Batteries House Batteries: 6 - 4D’s Lifeline Start Batteries: 4 – 12 Volt 2013 Inverters: 2 Heart Freedom 2500 Electronics CB Radio: Cobra Garmin Street Pilot Backup Camera System w/ Rear, side and inside cameras (Living Room) Television: Phillips 32“ Flat Screen Surround Sound: Rotel Radio: Sony (Bedroom) Television: Samsung 38” Flat Screen CD: Panasonic 5 Disc Changer DVD: Panasonic Shades: Silhouette Driver Shades: Awnings: Zip DeeThis coach was totally updated in 2008, new interior updates in 2014. Garaged, non-smoker, no pet coach. Examine the photo's closely you'll find this is not your typical 95 Bus.Owner is not looking to trade, Call Greg with any questions. Cell 3363628919Plenty of more photos upon request.

1997 Prevost MARATHON XLV

1997 Prevost MARATHON XLV

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Gilbert, Arizona

Year 1997

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Model MARATHON XLV

Category Class A

Length 45

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***1997 PREVOST MARATHON XLV***This beautiful Marathon XLV has impecable service records and must be seen to be appreciated. The coach includes 8 Road King shocks ($3,500!), new AGM house batteries, automated mister system for the 3-CruiseAirs, and many other functional upgrades. This wonderful coach has beautiful polished mahogany ribbon cabinetry, a very desirable north/south bed with a huge stateroom, and unbelievable storage. This coach also includes a pull out basement JennAir BBQ, bay tool chest, bay entertainment cabinet, Tempcoat thermal roof coating and more. Please contact us to learn more. 192,401 Miles***POPULAR FEATURES****12.7L Series 60*20KW TurboDsl Gen*Beautiful Laminate Cabinetry *Corian Countertops And Backsplashes Throughout*Granite Bathroom Flooring*Full Length Leather Couch With Matching Chairs *Residential Refrigerator*Dishwasher*Exterior Entertainment VIN #: 2PCM33490T1025976 Please Call For Price

1998 Prevost COUNTRY COACH XLV

1998 Prevost COUNTRY COACH XLV

$75,000

St Petersburg, Florida

Year 1992

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Model Marathon Coach 40 XL

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Length 40

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very nice coach $75,000.00 610-865-3873

Prevost MARATHON COACH LE MIRAGE 45 XLV

Prevost MARATHON COACH LE MIRAGE 45 XLV

$145,000

Quincy, Washington

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Detroit Series 60 450HP, Allison Automatic transmission, all new Michelin tires(late 2014), Webasto Diesel Heater(rebuilt 2015), Cadet Electric Heat, new AC unit (2013), 8DL Lifeline Batteries (2014), Group 31 Chassis Batteries, Generator: 2613 hours, large shower with seat, MicroFlush Toilet, SiriusXM satellite radio, surround sound, 3 flat screen TVs, updated in-motion Direct TV satellite, Trekmate security system, glass-ceramic cooking range, HunterDouglas window shades, Jenn-air refrigerator, updated flooring :bamboo, granite, and carpet, updated fixtures to brush nickel, new washer and dryer, new trim, new tile backsplashes.Motor: no oil leaks, everything operates as it should if new.Paint: Touched up and re-cleared by Marathon in 2014.All services preformed by Marathon Coach.All records and service manuals included.Extra Parts: Belts, Oil filters, etc...Call for more information: 509-398-1882 TraderOnline Ref# 120048901

1998 Prevost MARATHON COACH LE MIRAGE 45 XLV

1998 Prevost MARATHON COACH LE MIRAGE 45 XLV

$145,000

Quincy, Washington

Category Class A

Length 45

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Detroit Series 60 450HP, Allison Automatic transmission, all new Michelin tires(late 2014), Webasto Diesel Heater(rebuilt 2015), Cadet Electric Heat, new AC unit (2013), 8DL Lifeline Batteries (2014), Group 31 Chassis Batteries, Generator: 2613 hours, large shower with seat, MicroFlush Toilet, SiriusXM satellite radio, surround sound, 3 flat screen TVs, updated in-motion Direct TV satellite, Trekmate security system, glass-ceramic cooking range, HunterDouglas window shades, Jenn-air refrigerator, updated flooring :bamboo, granite, and carpet, updated fixtures to brush nickel, new washer and dryer, new trim, new tile backsplashes.Motor: no oil leaks, everything operates as it should if new.Paint: Touched up and re-cleared by Marathon in 2014.All services preformed by Marathon Coach.All records and service manuals included.Extra Parts: Belts, Oil filters, etc...Call for more information: 509-398-1882

1999 Prevost Marathon XLV - Non Slide

1999 Prevost Marathon XLV - Non Slide

$179,000

Rockwall, Texas

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Beautiful garage stored coach just arrived in our facility. Like new with brand new Michelin tires. Must see to believe! We at LEGACY COACH represent only the finest luxury coaches and invite you to view our current inventory at our Dallas area indoor showroom. For a full photo tour and specifications of this coach as well as others, visit us online at . All trades welcome.

1997 Prevost MARATHON

1997 Prevost MARATHON

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Gilbert, Arizona

Year 1997

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Model MARATHON

Category Class A

Length 45

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***1997 PREVOST MARATHON XLV***This beautiful Marathon XLV has impecable service records and must be seen to be appreciated. The coach includes 8 Road King shocks ($3,500!), new AGM house batteries, automated mister system for the 3-CruiseAirs, and many other functional upgrades. This wonderful coach has beautiful polished mahogany ribbon cabinetry, a very desirable north/south bed with a huge stateroom, and unbelievable storage. This coach also includes a pull out basement JennAir BBQ, bay tool chest, bay entertainment cabinet, Tempcoat thermal roof coating and more. Please contact us to learn more. 192,401 Miles***POPULAR FEATURES****12.7L Series 60*20KW TurboDsl Gen*Beautiful Laminate Cabinetry *Corian Countertops And Backsplashes Throughout*Granite Bathroom Flooring*Full Length Leather Couch With Matching Chairs *Residential Refrigerator*Dishwasher*Exterior Entertainment VIN #: 2PCM33490T1025976 Please Call For Price

Prevost Coach

Prevost Coach

$469,000

Murrieta, California

Year 2005

Make Prevost

Model Marathon

Category -

Length 45

Posted Over 1 Month

2005 Prevost Marathon XLV2S, 2005 Double Slide Marathon (Triumph Edition) 45' Marathon XLVII Double slide Prevost 98,000 miles Series 60 Detroit Allison 6 speed transmission This is a Real nice clean coach with tons of upgrades and a great floor plan. It s loaded with features that include Two 4000 Watt 24 Volt inverters with bypass switches 20KW Kohler generator with new battery 4 roof A/C s with heat pumps Webasto Hydronic Heating 120 Volt high-pressure water pump Exterior Entertainment center New GPS In-motion Satellite SAT radio system Marathon coach exclusive power pre-connected sewer hose Up dated Xenon headlights Crestron touch screen operation for all systems Power blinds Asko stackable washer/dryer Tempurpedic Mattress Side by side Refrigerator Exclusive Techlink monitoring system Air pocket doors Girard power roof mounted awnings An abundance of cabinet and storage space Safe Fiber optic Accent lighting and much more or email for details, complete specs.

1996 Prevost MARATHON COACH

1996 Prevost MARATHON COACH

$135,000

Grand Prairie, Texas

Year 1996

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Model MARATHON COACH

Category Class A

Length 45

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1996 MARATHON COACH 0377 XLV PREVOST LE MIRAGE 45' DETROIT DIESEL SERIES 60 ALLISON SIX SPEED JACOBS BRAKE OVER THE ROAD A/C Exterior Colors: WHITE PEARL AND ORCHID Interior Specs Interior Colors: ROSE Floorplan: CENTER AISLE Bed Arrangement: QUEEN BED Cabinet Color: ORCHID Counter Color: ORCHID Carpet Color: CREAM & TURQUOISE Interior Exterior LEATHER PILOT SEAT POLISHED STAINLESS STEEL SIDE PANELS LEATHER CO-PILOT SEAT STAINLESS STEEL RUB RAILS ONE SLEEPER SOFA FULL AWNING PACKAGE LEATHER RECLINER W/ OCCASIONAL 18" DSS SATELLITE TURQUOISE CARPET IN SALON CURB SIDE PATIO LIGHTS 30" TV IN SALON RAMCO MIRRORS CD CHANGER HADLEY AIR HORNS MARBLE GALLEY & BATH FLOORS SPOTLIGHT L-SHAPED LEATHER DINETTE COLOR BACK-UP CAMERA / MONITOR DISHWASHER SIDE VIEW CAMERAS TRASH COMPACTOR SHARP MICROWAVE CONVECTION OVEN INSTAHOT GAGGENAU COOKTOP Underbelly JENN AIR SIDE BY SIDE REFRIGERATOR 20 KW DIESEL GENERATOR ASKO STACKED WASHER/DRYER THREE 14,000 BTU CRUISAIRS CREAM CARPET IN BEDROOM WEBASTO FURNACE 20" TV IN BEDROOM HOWARD ACTIVE STEERING QUEEN BED TWO 2800W HEART INVERTERS FOUR ZIP DEE CHAIRS HEATED WATER BAY TWO 10.5 GALLON WATER HEATERS SIX HOUSE BATTERIES OVER THE ROAD AIR SONY STEREO/CASSETTE SYSTEM FRESH WATER 128 GALLONS GREY WATER 88 GALLONS BLACK WATER 61 GALLONS All Prices And Options Are Subject To Change Without Notice. Although We Try To Provide Accurate Information, It Is Not Guaranteed. Equipment Important To The Customer Should Be Personally Verified.

2005 Prevost Marathon Coach XLII

2005 Prevost Marathon Coach XLII

$469,000

Murrieta, California

Year 2005

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Model Marathon Coach XLII

Category -

Length 45

Posted Over 1 Month

2005 Prevost Marathon Coach XLII, 2005 PREVOST MARATHON XLV2S, 2005 DOUBLE SLIDE MARATHON (TRIUMPH EDITION) 45' MARATHON XLVII DOUBLE SLIDE PREVOST 98,000 MILES SERIES 60 DETROIT ALLISON 6 SPEED TRANSMISSION THIS IS A REAL NICE CLEAN COACH WITH TONS OF UPGRADES AND A GREAT FLOOR PLAN. IT S LOADED WITH FEATURES THAT INCLUDE TWO 4000 WATT 24 VOLT INVERTERS WITH BYPASS SWITCHES 20KW KOHLER GENERATOR (1550 HOURS) WITH NEW BATTERY 4 ROOF A/C S WITH HEAT PUMPS WEBASTO HYDRONIC HEATING 120 VOLT HIGH-PRESSURE WATER PUMP EXTERIOR ENTERTAINMENT CENTER NEW GPS IN-MOTION SATELLITE SAT RADIO SYSTEM MARATHON COACH EXCLUSIVE POWER PRE-CONNECTED SEWER HOSE UP DATED XENON HEADLIGHTS CRESTRON TOUCH SCREEN OPERATION FOR ALL SYSTEMS POWER BLINDS ASKO STACKABLE WASHER/DRYER TEMPURPEDIC MATTRESS SIDE BY SIDE REFRIGERATOR EXCLUSIVE TECHLINK MONITORING SYSTEM AIR POCKET DOORS GIRARD POWER ROOF MOUNTED AWNINGS AN ABUNDANCE OF CABINET AND STORAGE SPACE DIGITAL SAFE FIBER OPTIC ACCENT LIGHTING CHROME PLATED ALCOA WHEELS PREVOST SKIN UPDATED BY PREVOST, NEW BAMBOO WOOD FLOOR AND MUCH MORE. $469,000.00 For more details Call Ed @ 951 440 2254

1996 Prevost MARATHON COACH 45XL

1996 Prevost MARATHON COACH 45XL

$94,900

Northfield, Minnesota

Year 1996

Make Prevost

Model MARATHON COACH 45XL

Category Class A

Length 45

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45' 1996 Prevost XLV Marathon ,No slides ,Priced for quick sale. bought a newer coach an just not using this one enough , Stored inside ,Includes paint matching all aluminum Featherlite car hauler trailer ,DDEC III 60 Series Detroit 470 HP with jacobs brake , Allison Automatic transmission ,Kubota diesel 20KW gen set ,208 gal fuel tank ,165 gal fresh water ,100 gal grey water ,70 gal black water , Queen bed in master an 84" sleeper sofa ,Electric Carousel wardrobe in master bedroom ,Microwave ,side by side fridge ,dishwasher ,trash compactor ,range/cooktop ,In bay TV stereo entertainment center ,KVH TracVision in motion satellite dish ,Complete set of both the Prevost and Marathon manuals ,Ask for any other info or pics you may need.

1996 Prevost by Marathon XLT

1996 Prevost by Marathon XLT

$129,900

Roanoke, Virginia

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1996 Marathon Prevost, 45foot, XLT, 116,743 miles, always used as a family coach, located in Lewisburg, WV 24901 If you are interested in buying a Prevost, you probably already know that they are top of the line. What you may not know is that there is a vast difference between the different conversions. Simply put, there are two top of the line Prevost conversions: Liberty and Marathon. The following information will detail my family's custom built Marathon conversion, which, at the time it was manufactured, was the most expensive and uniquely equipped Marathon-Prevost ever built. This bus comes with hard to find luxuries such as: POWER SEWER HOSE which extends and retracts with the push of a button (or use the remote control) and then seals 100% to dump station using an air activated diaphragm, allowing you to dump your tanks without one single drop escaping or even the slightest smell emanating. By the time my friends with standard sewer lines have their lines hooked up, I am already done. And without any mess. This line is even self cleaning and stays minty fresh. (Ok, it doesn't smell like mint.) POWER REEL ELECTRIC LINE, which automatically extends, retracts, and stores the massive 50 AMP electric line. (Have you ever tried to lift or store a 2 inch diameter, 50 foot long power cord? I haven't... but I bet it would be tough.) Also on a remote control. AUTO REEL WATER LINE, which is always connected to your fresh water carbon filter, allowing you to simply pull the hose out of its "hole" and quick connect it to any potable water source. A slight tug sends the hose neatly back into its storage place. FULL CLOTHES WASHER AND SEPARATE DRIER!!! A top of the line set made by ASKO (of Sweden) including a front load, stainless steel washer and a separate front load, stainless steel drier. Both of which work better than the machines we have in our home. OVER THE ROAD AIR CONDITIONING. This custom version of OTR air is unique to Marathon conversions and is a separate, engine driven air conditioning system designed to cool the living areas of the bus as you travel down the road. It is a smaller version of the Prevost OTR air that is designed to cool off the bus plus 60 people. It is smaller and more efficient for the 2-6 passengers you will likely have aboard. If you don't have OTR Air, you still can keep the driver cool using the "dash air conditioner." HUGE CAROUSEL CLOSET. Most buses have very little clothes storage. This bus has a motorized dry cleaners style carousel in the rear bedroom. So yes, you can bring ALL of your clothes. OR you can take out the carousel unit and put in an extra full size bed. That is what we did and we constantly fought for who got to sleep in the WAY back! TOP OF THE LINE, 6 SPEED, ALLISON WORLD TRANSMISSION WITH JAKE BRAKE, AND DEROIT DIESEL, SERIES 60 DIESEL ENGINE. UNDER 117,000 miles!!! Not all buses have this 6 speed option. Many have paired the DD Series 60 with a 5 speed Allison. These buses are often advertised with a recently rebuilt engine because for some reason, the 5 speed transmission and the DD Series 60 do not get along very well, causing them to throw a rod. I would sooner buy the Detroit Diesel 8V92 engine (the series 60's predecessor) than I would the upgraded Series 60 engine if it was paired with a 5 speed transmission. AIR LEVELING SYSTEM. This ingenious system allows you to pull into any parking space, level or not and tilting in any direction, and with the push of a button, level the coach to perfectly flat. This does NOT use outriggers to push the coach up or down (which often freeze to the ground and are NOT allowed in most paved parking lots). Instead, the coach uses its airbags (also responsible for the extra smooth ride) to raise or lower the coach until it is level and flat. EVERYTHING ELSE ON THIS BUS IS STANDARD ISSUE, and is common on all Marathon and Liberty Conversions. Liberty buses tend a bit more towards fancy, having opulent interiors, while Marathons are a bit more sleek and stylish. But in both cases, the converters used top of the line electronics, plumbing, furnishings, and gave tremendous attention to the carpentry, detail, fit and finish. Our bus has all of the following.... BASIC INFO: 1996 Prevost, Marathon XLV 45 feet long 116,743 miles Detroit Diesel Series 60 Engine Allison 6 Speed, World Transmission Very easy to drive (both my wife and I drive it.) Never smoked in. No pets ever. Smells neutral (no air fresheners or deodorizers used. It smells clean and fresh because we keep it clean and fresh.) DRIVING THE BUS: Rear View Camera. (color, panoramic view) Jake Brake (keeps the bus moving slowly down the mountain without using your brakes. Yes, you need this!) Remote Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Fancy leather drivers seat (ISRI) with air cushioning, and many other adjustments. Tow hitch and tow light connections. Blue Ox tow bar for towing your car. EXTERIOR Custom paint (blue tones) in excellent condition. Security system. Spot light. Air Horns (VERY LOUD!!) Running lights. Docking lights. Enclosed satellite dish on roof, for Direct TV. (Matching blue, low profile.) Polished Alcoa Wheels. Zipdee Full Awning Package, including massive patio awning. (Basically, every window has an easy to extend awning.) Power, heated mirrors PASSENGER SIDE BAYS (all have interior lights.) #1: Empty, two large drawers. #2: Empty, large slide out tray. #3: TV, Stereo, Outdoor Entertainment system and full cabinet with 5 large drawers. #4: Plumbing Bay with 2, 10.5 gallon water heaters, and two pumps. DRIVERS SIDE BAYS (all have interior lights.) #1: Massive 20 KW, PowerTech generator on slide out tray (for easy maintenance) and airbags (for vibration free operation and low sound.) Sound insulated with remote radiator, remote start option, local start option, and insulated battery box (batteries connected to solar panel on roof for constant trickle charge AND are charged by generator.) #2: Inverters, large slide out tray, auxiliary air compressor, electric breakers. #3: Storage #4: plumbing bay with faucet, carbon water filter, dump valves, etc. HEATING AND COOLING: One of the things I love about a Marathon is the many different ways you can heat and cool the coach. While it may sound overwhelming, each makes perfect sense and is very simple to operate. The Webasto system is a heater. It heats the coach in one of two different ways. It is a diesel fuel fired heater, which draws diesel from you fuel tanks and heats your coach. It also provides heat to the coach by taking excess engine heat and turning into heat for the domestic living space. Conversely, the Webasto also keeps your engine warm in the winter when you are parked, allowing for easy starts in even the most freezing weather. (otherwise you would have to plug in to start your coach!) The Webasto also heats your domestic hot water in the same two methods. (Yes, it heats your domestic hot water every time you drive down the road.) It is a simple, ingenious system that will keep you very warm. ELECTRIC HEATERS: If you are plugged in at a campsite and don't want to use your diesel fuel to heat your coach, simply turn on the electric baseboard heaters for plenty of "free" heat. You can also use these heaters when your generator is on. Not that you would need it, but you can also heat the coach with the OTR Air. Like a heat pump, you can also set it to heat while you are driving down the road. However, the Webasto does such a good job, this is not really necessary. Dash heat, like in your car, will keep the driver plenty warm as well. As far as AC goes, I have already described the Over the Road Air conditioning above as well as the Driver'd Dash Air. When you are stopped, and it is hot, this bus is equipped with three large residential style air conditioners (and heaters). They are call "Cruisair Units" which makes you think they would be used when cruising down the road. This is not the case. These are regular old household AC units. They live under the bus, hidden away, and very quite. You used these units either when you are plugged in to electricity OR when you have the generator on. They keep the bus FREEZING cold OR, if set to heat the bus, toasty warm. Each unit has a computerized control panel with many different settings. Last, but not least, the bus has many windows that open up and a very powerful exhaust fan to draw in outside air. You can only use this option when you are parked though. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: You live in this coach like you live in your house. 6 massive batteries power two larger inverters. Your fridge is plugged into the wall and runs like it does at home. Hair drier? No problem. Plug it in and go. Computer, TV, DVD player, etc. Everything runs off the batteries and two large inverters. If your batteries get low, don't worry, the generator can be set to start by itself and charge the batteries back up. The batteries also get a full charge from huge 270 amp alternator every time you drive down the road. Under normal use, as long as you are driving for a few hours every day, you can usual go about 12-16 hours before the batteries need a charge. Or, if you are plugged in at a campground, you can use their electricity while also getting your batteries charged without running your generator. The ONLY items aboard that require you to run your generator for use are the washer, the drier, the electric heaters, and the electric cooktop. Microwave and fridge can be used without running the generator as they have a large inverter dedicated just for their use. INTERIOR: DRIVERS AREA: Covered carpet tons of storage GPS Radio, CD, Tape player Rear View Camera heated mirrors KITCHEN: Corian Countertops with built in, two bowl sink. Nice, pull out, faucet. Water purifier. (Yes, you can drink the water from this spout!) Corian Kitchen Table, seats 5, slides out of way. Marble floors (white with gray streaks) 2 burner, Gaggnu Glass Cooktop with Infrared quick heating elements. Jenn-Air Fridge. (Full size, residential, side by side unit with water and ice maker. Mirrored.) Microwave oven. Trash Compactor. LOTS of cabinet space and plenty of storage for a full residential kitchen's contents. LIVING ROOM Sleeper sofa with huge storage drawer. Large, leather electric reclining chair. Passenger seat turn to fact living room area and also has electrical recliner and seat adjustments. file cabinet. computer desk, printer, electrical outlets. (standard household electricity throughout!) Sony TV Bose sound system with surround sound and remote controlls. 10 CD changer DVD player VHS player (what's that?) 2 end tables lots of storage drawers, cabinets, etc. grey carpet Air operated step well cover. (carpeted). Strong enough to jump on. Mirrored ceiling. (Really adds to the open feeling of this room.) Two kinds of window shades: black out shades as well as mini-blinds on every window. Fiber optic rope lighting throughout coach Overhead fluorescent lighting (very bright) throughout coach. Overhead halogen lighting throughout coach. (Very bright but on dimmers. Very nice!) 4 lighting fixtures on wall with colored glass cover. BATHROOM: Marble floors. Sliding doors for privacy. Residential style toilet (actually works quite well. NO ODOR WHATSOEVER!) sink Huge shower lots of storage for bathroom items full hanging closet huge clothes closet w/ 6 long shelves (for folded clothing) full washer and drier (Asko, Stainless Steel, high efficiency units.) Marble floors lots of mirrors. Great lighting. Standard household electrical outlets throughout "Fantastic" vent fan (exhaust or intake, auto close if it rains, etc.) BEDROOM: Queen sized bed under bed storage (huge area) Bed is on air springs to lift it up easily. Reading lights. Carpet. Mirrored ceiling (Ok, this one might have been installed to make the room seem bigger, but come on... a mirror over the bed?) Great lighting. Black out window shades Mini blinds Sony TV DVD. VHS Stereo. Carousel Closet with room for queen bed. Makes for a large bunk area 6 large dresser drawers for folded clothing. Lots of storage. Standard household electrical outlets throughout All household functions (generator, lights, etc) can be monitored and controlled from both the back bedroom and the drivers area. This is a great value for our asking price of $129,900. Interested parties should reply with name, phone number, and email address. Serious only! WE DO NOT NEED HELP SELLING THIS RV!

Very Nice 1996 Prevost XLT by Marathon

Very Nice 1996 Prevost XLT by Marathon

$129,900

Richmond, Virginia

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1996 Marathon Prevost, 45foot, XLT, 116,743 miles, always used as a family coach, located in Lewisburg, WV 24901 Price- $129,900. If you are interested in buying a Prevost, you probably already know that they are top of the line. What you may not know is that there is a vast difference between the different conversions. Simply put, there are two top of the line Prevost conversions: Liberty and Marathon. The following information will detail my family's custom built Marathon conversion, which, at the time it was manufactured, was the most expensive and uniquely equipped Marathon-Prevost ever built. This bus comes with hard to find luxuries such as: POWER SEWER HOSE which extends and retracts with the push of a button (or use the remote control) and then seals 100% to dump station using an air activated diaphragm, allowing you to dump your tanks without one single drop escaping or even the slightest smell emanating. By the time my friends with standard sewer lines have their lines hooked up, I am already done. And without any mess. This line is even self cleaning and stays minty fresh. (Ok, it doesn't smell like mint.) POWER REEL ELECTRIC LINE, which automatically extends, retracts, and stores the massive 50 AMP electric line. (Have you ever tried to lift or store a 2 inch diameter, 50 foot long power cord? I haven't... but I bet it would be tough.) Also on a remote control. AUTO REEL WATER LINE, which is always connected to your fresh water carbon filter, allowing you to simply pull the hose out of its "hole" and quick connect it to any potable water source. A slight tug sends the hose neatly back into its storage place. FULL CLOTHES WASHER AND SEPARATE DRIER!!! A top of the line set made by ASKO (of Sweden) including a front load, stainless steel washer and a separate front load, stainless steel drier. Both of which work better than the machines we have in our home. OVER THE ROAD AIR CONDITIONING. This custom version of OTR air is unique to Marathon conversions and is a separate, engine driven air conditioning system designed to cool the living areas of the bus as you travel down the road. It is a smaller version of the Prevost OTR air that is designed to cool off the bus plus 60 people. It is smaller and more efficient for the 2-6 passengers you will likely have aboard. If you don't have OTR Air, you still can keep the driver cool using the "dash air conditioner." HUGE CAROUSEL CLOSET. Most buses have very little clothes storage. This bus has a motorized dry cleaners style carousel in the rear bedroom. So yes, you can bring ALL of your clothes. OR you can take out the carousel unit and put in an extra full size bed. That is what we did and we constantly fought for who got to sleep in the WAY back! TOP OF THE LINE, 6 SPEED, ALLISON WORLD TRANSMISSION WITH JAKE BRAKE, AND DEROIT DIESEL, SERIES 60 DIESEL ENGINE. UNDER 117,000 miles!!! Not all buses have this 6 speed option. Many have paired the DD Series 60 with a 5 speed Allison. These buses are often advertised with a recently rebuilt engine because for some reason, the 5 speed transmission and the DD Series 60 do not get along very well, causing them to throw a rod. I would sooner buy the Detroit Diesel 8V92 engine (the series 60's predecessor) than I would the upgraded Series 60 engine if it was paired with a 5 speed transmission. AIR LEVELING SYSTEM. This ingenious system allows you to pull into any parking space, level or not and tilting in any direction, and with the push of a button, level the coach to perfectly flat. This does NOT use outriggers to push the coach up or down (which often freeze to the ground and are NOT allowed in most paved parking lots). Instead, the coach uses its airbags (also responsible for the extra smooth ride) to raise or lower the coach until it is level and flat. EVERYTHING ELSE ON THIS BUS IS STANDARD ISSUE, and is common on all Marathon and Liberty Conversions. Liberty buses tend a bit more towards fancy, having opulent interiors, while Marathons are a bit more sleek and stylish. But in both cases, the converters used top of the line electronics, plumbing, furnishings, and gave tremendous attention to the carpentry, detail, fit and finish. Our bus has all of the following.... BASIC INFO: 1996 Prevost, Marathon XLV 45 feet long 116,743 miles Detroit Diesel Series 60 Engine Allison 6 Speed, World Transmission Very easy to drive (both my wife and I drive it.) Never smoked in. No pets ever. Smells neutral (no air fresheners or deodorizers used. It smells clean and fresh because we keep it clean and fresh.) DRIVING THE BUS: Rear View Camera. (color, panoramic view) Jake Brake (keeps the bus moving slowly down the mountain without using your brakes. Yes, you need this!) Remote Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Fancy leather drivers seat (ISRI) with air cushioning, and many other adjustments. Tow hitch and tow light connections. Blue Ox tow bar for towing your car. EXTERIOR Custom paint (blue tones) in excellent condition. Security system. Spot light. Air Horns (VERY LOUD!!) Running lights. Docking lights. Enclosed satellite dish on roof, for Direct TV. (Matching blue, low profile.) Polished Alcoa Wheels. Zipdee Full Awning Package, including massive patio awning. (Basically, every window has an easy to extend awning.) Power, heated mirrors PASSENGER SIDE BAYS (all have interior lights.) #1: Empty, two large drawers. #2: Empty, large slide out tray. #3: TV, Stereo, Outdoor Entertainment system and full cabinet with 5 large drawers. #4: Plumbing Bay with 2, 10.5 gallon water heaters, and two pumps. DRIVERS SIDE BAYS (all have interior lights.) #1: Massive 20 KW, PowerTech generator on slide out tray (for easy maintenance) and airbags (for vibration free operation and low sound.) Sound insulated with remote radiator, remote start option, local start option, and insulated battery box (batteries connected to solar panel on roof for constant trickle charge AND are charged by generator.) #2: Inverters, large slide out tray, auxiliary air compressor, electric breakers. #3: Storage #4: plumbing bay with faucet, carbon water filter, dump valves, etc. HEATING AND COOLING: One of the things I love about a Marathon is the many different ways you can heat and cool the coach. While it may sound overwhelming, each makes perfect sense and is very simple to operate. The Webasto system is a heater. It heats the coach in one of two different ways. It is a diesel fuel fired heater, which draws diesel from you fuel tanks and heats your coach. It also provides heat to the coach by taking excess engine heat and turning into heat for the domestic living space. Conversely, the Webasto also keeps your engine warm in the winter when you are parked, allowing for easy starts in even the most freezing weather. (otherwise you would have to plug in to start your coach!) The Webasto also heats your domestic hot water in the same two methods. (Yes, it heats your domestic hot water every time you drive down the road.) It is a simple, ingenious system that will keep you very warm. ELECTRIC HEATERS: If you are plugged in at a campsite and don't want to use your diesel fuel to heat your coach, simply turn on the electric baseboard heaters for plenty of "free" heat. You can also use these heaters when your generator is on. Not that you would need it, but you can also heat the coach with the OTR Air. Like a heat pump, you can also set it to heat while you are driving down the road. However, the Webasto does such a good job, this is not really necessary. Dash heat, like in your car, will keep the driver plenty warm as well. As far as AC goes, I have already described the Over the Road Air conditioning above as well as the Driver'd Dash Air. When you are stopped, and it is hot, this bus is equipped with three large residential style air conditioners (and heaters). They are call "Cruisair Units" which makes you think they would be used when cruising down the road. This is not the case. These are regular old household AC units. They live under the bus, hidden away, and very quite. You used these units either when you are plugged in to electricity OR when you have the generator on. They keep the bus FREEZING cold OR, if set to heat the bus, toasty warm. Each unit has a computerized control panel with many different settings. Last, but not least, the bus has many windows that open up and a very powerful exhaust fan to draw in outside air. You can only use this option when you are parked though. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: You live in this coach like you live in your house. 6 massive batteries power two larger inverters. Your fridge is plugged into the wall and runs like it does at home. Hair drier? No problem. Plug it in and go. Computer, TV, DVD player, etc. Everything runs off the batteries and two large inverters. If your batteries get low, don't worry, the generator can be set to start by itself and charge the batteries back up. The batteries also get a full charge from huge 270 amp alternator every time you drive down the road. Under normal use, as long as you are driving for a few hours every day, you can usual go about 12-16 hours before the batteries need a charge. Or, if you are plugged in at a campground, you can use their electricity while also getting your batteries charged without running your generator. The ONLY items aboard that require you to run your generator for use are the washer, the drier, the electric heaters, and the electric cooktop. Microwave and fridge can be used without running the generator as they have a large inverter dedicated just for their use. INTERIOR: DRIVERS AREA: Covered carpet tons of storage GPS Radio, CD, Tape player Rear View Camera heated mirrors KITCHEN: Corian Countertops with built in, two bowl sink. Nice, pull out, faucet. Water purifier. (Yes, you can drink the water from this spout!) Corian Kitchen Table, seats 5, slides out of way. Marble floors (white with gray streaks) 2 burner, Gaggnu Glass Cooktop with Infrared quick heating elements. Jenn-Air Fridge. (Full size, residential, side by side unit with water and ice maker. Mirrored.) Microwave oven. Trash Compactor. LOTS of cabinet space and plenty of storage for a full residential kitchen's contents. LIVING ROOM Sleeper sofa with huge storage drawer. Large, leather electric reclining chair. Passenger seat turn to fact living room area and also has electrical recliner and seat adjustments. file cabinet. computer desk, printer, electrical outlets. (standard household electricity throughout!) Sony TV Bose sound system with surround sound and remote controlls. 10 CD changer DVD player VHS player (what's that?) 2 end tables lots of storage drawers, cabinets, etc. grey carpet Air operated step well cover. (carpeted). Strong enough to jump on. Mirrored ceiling. (Really adds to the open feeling of this room.) Two kinds of window shades: black out shades as well as mini-blinds on every window. Fiber optic rope lighting throughout coach Overhead fluorescent lighting (very bright) throughout coach. Overhead halogen lighting throughout coach. (Very bright but on dimmers. Very nice!) 4 lighting fixtures on wall with colored glass cover. BATHROOM: Marble floors. Sliding doors for privacy. Residential style toilet (actually works quite well. NO ODOR WHATSOEVER!) sink Huge shower lots of storage for bathroom items full hanging closet huge clothes closet w/ 6 long shelves (for folded clothing) full washer and drier (Asko, Stainless Steel, high efficiency units.) Marble floors lots of mirrors. Great lighting. Standard household electrical outlets throughout "Fantastic" vent fan (exhaust or intake, auto close if it rains, etc.) BEDROOM: Queen sized bed under bed storage (huge area) Bed is on air springs to lift it up easily. Reading lights. Carpet. Mirrored ceiling (Ok, this one might have been installed to make the room seem bigger, but come on... a mirror over the bed?) Great lighting. Black out window shades Mini blinds Sony TV DVD. VHS Stereo. Carousel Closet with room for queen bed. Makes for a large bunk area 6 large dresser drawers for folded clothing. Lots of storage. Standard household electrical outlets throughout All household functions (generator, lights, etc) can be monitored and controlled from both the back bedroom and the drivers area. This is a great value for our asking price of $129,900. Interested parties should reply with name, phone number, and email address. Serious only! WE DO NOT NEED HELP SELLING THIS RV!

2002 Prevost Marathon 45XL VII

2002 Prevost Marathon 45XL VII

$339,950

Mesa, Arizona

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2002 Prevost Marathon 45XL VII, details vin: # 2PCW3349911027702 year: 2002 marathon: 0774 XLV1S Shell Specifications Converter: Marathon Coach, Inc. Shell Type: Prevost Le Mirage 45 Motor: Detroit Diesel Series 60 Transmission: Allison Six Speed HD4000MH Jacobs Brake / Retarder: Jacobs Brake O. T. R./ Drivers A C: Drivers A/C Exterior Colors: Black with Grape and Champaign Accents coach power generation Kohler 20KW Turbo Charged Generator Interior Specifications Interior Colors: Wheat and Ivory Floorplan: Palm Springs-Offset Angled center Bed Arrangement: Rear Stateroom Cabinet Color: Wilsonart: Aspen Fog (Gloss) Counter Color: Corian: Magna Savannah (Polished) Carpet Color: Crema , Semolina and Mercury polished stainless steel entry sidewalls granite entry steps basic Equipment Listing interior Straight ultra leather Sofa/Sleeper - 78" Flange ultra leather Sofa/Sleeper - 97" w/ Rounded Flange Angled Leather L-Shaped Dinette Solid Surface Dinette Table Top with Premi re Accent Lighting overlaid, sculpted ultra suede panels with lighting Queen Cross Bed 60" rear east/ west walk around techlink intelligent electrical system 46" HDTV power Flip Down TV Screen (upgraded 2013) 28" Wide Leather Co- Pilot Seat w/ massage am/fm stereo home theater system Data Display at Slide Valance Soft Paging System w/ Cordless Mic 32 Flatscreen HDTV in Bedroom (upgraded 2013) power Roman Shades bedroom power electric duettess window coverings in salon Window Style Lights ISRI Drivers Seat w/ massage blue ray and DVD Player Stack Washer/Dryer dishwasher drawer Wainscot Storage Wall in Salon outside entertainment center 32" flatscreen HDTV (upgraded 2013) sound system/ CD/ USB i-phone/ I-pod hookups kVH in motion satellite system basic Equipment Listing Exterior Girard Motorized Awnings Additional Red Dot Heater at C/S Dash Four Roof Air A/C Units Chrome Ramco Mirrors Winegard TV Antenna In-Motion DSS Satellite Dish front faring and rear roof wing marathon optional upgraded package Hotrod Pack (Rearend w/ corvette Tail Lights and Custom Grill) 2 Polished License Plate Frames updated XENON headlight conversion package Polished Stainless Steel Rub Rails Spotlight & Hadley Air Horns basic Equipment Listing belly Kohler 20KW Turbo Charged Generator Thermostat Probes in Bays 40,000 BTU Webasto heater One 10.5 Gallon Water Heater Two Trace 4000 Inverters 110V AC GFCI Block Heater Euro/American Tow Car Package four 13,500 BTU air Conditioner/Heat Pumps central ducted Tank Capacities Fuel Capacity 208 Gallons Black Tank Capacity 61 Gallons Grey Tank Capacity 88 Gallons Fresh Tank Capacity 161 Gallons thank you for taking the time to review all of our pictures and information. a

Very Nice RV

Very Nice RV

$129,900

Raleigh, North Carolina

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This is a great deal on our family's coach. It's located in Lewisburg, WV. 1996 Marathon Prevost, 45foot, XLT, 116,743 miles. Price- $129,900. If you are interested in buying a Prevost, you probably already know that they are top of the line. What you may not know is that there is a vast difference between the different conversions. Simply put, there are two top of the line Prevost conversions: Liberty and Marathon. The following information will detail my family's custom built Marathon conversion, which, at the time it was manufactured, was the most expensive and uniquely equipped Marathon-Prevost ever built. This bus comes with hard to find luxuries such as: POWER SEWER HOSE which extends and retracts with the push of a button (or use the remote control) and then seals 100% to dump station using an air activated diaphragm, allowing you to dump your tanks without one single drop escaping or even the slightest smell emanating. By the time my friends with standard sewer lines have their lines hooked up, I am already done. And without any mess. This line is even self cleaning and stays minty fresh. (Ok, it doesn't smell like mint.) POWER REEL ELECTRIC LINE, which automatically extends, retracts, and stores the massive 50 AMP electric line. (Have you ever tried to lift or store a 2 inch diameter, 50 foot long power cord? I haven't... but I bet it would be tough.) Also on a remote control. AUTO REEL WATER LINE, which is always connected to your fresh water carbon filter, allowing you to simply pull the hose out of its "hole" and quick connect it to any potable water source. A slight tug sends the hose neatly back into its storage place. FULL CLOTHES WASHER AND SEPARATE DRIER!!! A top of the line set made by ASKO (of Sweden) including a front load, stainless steel washer and a separate front load, stainless steel drier. Both of which work better than the machines we have in our home. OVER THE ROAD AIR CONDITIONING. This custom version of OTR air is unique to Marathon conversions and is a separate, engine driven air conditioning system designed to cool the living areas of the bus as you travel down the road. It is a smaller version of the Prevost OTR air that is designed to cool off the bus plus 60 people. It is smaller and more efficient for the 2-6 passengers you will likely have aboard. If you don't have OTR Air, you still can keep the driver cool using the "dash air conditioner." HUGE CAROUSEL CLOSET. Most buses have very little clothes storage. This bus has a motorized dry cleaners style carousel in the rear bedroom. So yes, you can bring ALL of your clothes. OR you can take out the carousel unit and put in an extra full size bed. That is what we did and we constantly fought for who got to sleep in the WAY back! TOP OF THE LINE, 6 SPEED, ALLISON WORLD TRANSMISSION WITH JAKE BRAKE, AND DEROIT DIESEL, SERIES 60 DIESEL ENGINE. UNDER 117,000 miles!!! Not all buses have this 6 speed option. Many have paired the DD Series 60 with a 5 speed Allison. These buses are often advertised with a recently rebuilt engine because for some reason, the 5 speed transmission and the DD Series 60 do not get along very well, causing them to throw a rod. I would sooner buy the Detroit Diesel 8V92 engine (the series 60's predecessor) than I would the upgraded Series 60 engine if it was paired with a 5 speed transmission. AIR LEVELING SYSTEM. This ingenious system allows you to pull into any parking space, level or not and tilting in any direction, and with the push of a button, level the coach to perfectly flat. This does NOT use outriggers to push the coach up or down (which often freeze to the ground and are NOT allowed in most paved parking lots). Instead, the coach uses its airbags (also responsible for the extra smooth ride) to raise or lower the coach until it is level and flat. EVERYTHING ELSE ON THIS BUS IS STANDARD ISSUE, and is common on all Marathon and Liberty Conversions. Liberty buses tend a bit more towards fancy, having opulent interiors, while Marathons are a bit more sleek and stylish. But in both cases, the converters used top of the line electronics, plumbing, furnishings, and gave tremendous attention to the carpentry, detail, fit and finish. Our bus has all of the following.... BASIC INFO: 1996 Prevost, Marathon XLV 45 feet long 116,743 miles Detroit Diesel Series 60 Engine Allison 6 Speed, World Transmission Very easy to drive (both my wife and I drive it.) Never smoked in. No pets ever. Smells neutral (no air fresheners or deodorizers used. It smells clean and fresh because we keep it clean and fresh.) DRIVING THE BUS: Rear View Camera. (color, panoramic view) Jake Brake (keeps the bus moving slowly down the mountain without using your brakes. Yes, you need this!) Remote Tire Pressure Monitoring System. Fancy leather drivers seat (ISRI) with air cushioning, and many other adjustments. Tow hitch and tow light connections. Blue Ox tow bar for towing your car. EXTERIOR Custom paint (blue tones) in excellent condition. Security system. Spot light. Air Horns (VERY LOUD!!) Running lights. Docking lights. Enclosed satellite dish on roof, for Direct TV. (Matching blue, low profile.) Polished Alcoa Wheels. Zipdee Full Awning Package, including massive patio awning. (Basically, every window has an easy to extend awning.) Power, heated mirrors PASSENGER SIDE BAYS (all have interior lights.) #1: Empty, two large drawers. #2: Empty, large slide out tray. #3: TV, Stereo, Outdoor Entertainment system and full cabinet with 5 large drawers. #4: Plumbing Bay with 2, 10.5 gallon water heaters, and two pumps. DRIVERS SIDE BAYS (all have interior lights.) #1: Massive 20 KW, PowerTech generator on slide out tray (for easy maintenance) and airbags (for vibration free operation and low sound.) Sound insulated with remote radiator, remote start option, local start option, and insulated battery box (batteries connected to solar panel on roof for constant trickle charge AND are charged by generator.) #2: Inverters, large slide out tray, auxiliary air compressor, electric breakers. #3: Storage #4: plumbing bay with faucet, carbon water filter, dump valves, etc. HEATING AND COOLING: One of the things I love about a Marathon is the many different ways you can heat and cool the coach. While it may sound overwhelming, each makes perfect sense and is very simple to operate. The Webasto system is a heater. It heats the coach in one of two different ways. It is a diesel fuel fired heater, which draws diesel from you fuel tanks and heats your coach. It also provides heat to the coach by taking excess engine heat and turning into heat for the domestic living space. Conversely, the Webasto also keeps your engine warm in the winter when you are parked, allowing for easy starts in even the most freezing weather. (otherwise you would have to plug in to start your coach!) The Webasto also heats your domestic hot water in the same two methods. (Yes, it heats your domestic hot water every time you drive down the road.) It is a simple, ingenious system that will keep you very warm. ELECTRIC HEATERS: If you are plugged in at a campsite and don't want to use your diesel fuel to heat your coach, simply turn on the electric baseboard heaters for plenty of "free" heat. You can also use these heaters when your generator is on. Not that you would need it, but you can also heat the coach with the OTR Air. Like a heat pump, you can also set it to heat while you are driving down the road. However, the Webasto does such a good job, this is not really necessary. Dash heat, like in your car, will keep the driver plenty warm as well. As far as AC goes, I have already described the Over the Road Air conditioning above as well as the Driver'd Dash Air. When you are stopped, and it is hot, this bus is equipped with three large residential style air conditioners (and heaters). They are call "Cruisair Units" which makes you think they would be used when cruising down the road. This is not the case. These are regular old household AC units. They live under the bus, hidden away, and very quite. You used these units either when you are plugged in to electricity OR when you have the generator on. They keep the bus FREEZING cold OR, if set to heat the bus, toasty warm. Each unit has a computerized control panel with many different settings. Last, but not least, the bus has many windows that open up and a very powerful exhaust fan to draw in outside air. You can only use this option when you are parked though. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: You live in this coach like you live in your house. 6 massive batteries power two larger inverters. Your fridge is plugged into the wall and runs like it does at home. Hair drier? No problem. Plug it in and go. Computer, TV, DVD player, etc. Everything runs off the batteries and two large inverters. If your batteries get low, don't worry, the generator can be set to start by itself and charge the batteries back up. The batteries also get a full charge from huge 270 amp alternator every time you drive down the road. Under normal use, as long as you are driving for a few hours every day, you can usual go about 12-16 hours before the batteries need a charge. Or, if you are plugged in at a campground, you can use their electricity while also getting your batteries charged without running your generator. The ONLY items aboard that require you to run your generator for use are the washer, the drier, the electric heaters, and the electric cooktop. Microwave and fridge can be used without running the generator as they have a large inverter dedicated just for their use. INTERIOR: DRIVERS AREA: Covered carpet tons of storage GPS Radio, CD, Tape player Rear View Camera heated mirrors KITCHEN: Corian Countertops with built in, two bowl sink. Nice, pull out, faucet. Water purifier. (Yes, you can drink the water from this spout!) Corian Kitchen Table, seats 5, slides out of way. Marble floors (white with gray streaks) 2 burner, Gaggnu Glass Cooktop with Infrared quick heating elements. Jenn-Air Fridge. (Full size, residential, side by side unit with water and ice maker. Mirrored.) Microwave oven. Trash Compactor. LOTS of cabinet space and plenty of storage for a full residential kitchen's contents. LIVING ROOM Sleeper sofa with huge storage drawer. Large, leather electric reclining chair. Passenger seat turn to fact living room area and also has electrical recliner and seat adjustments. file cabinet. computer desk, printer, electrical outlets. (standard household electricity throughout!) Sony TV Bose sound system with surround sound and remote controlls. 10 CD changer DVD player VHS player (what's that?) 2 end tables lots of storage drawers, cabinets, etc. grey carpet Air operated step well cover. (carpeted). Strong enough to jump on. Mirrored ceiling. (Really adds to the open feeling of this room.) Two kinds of window shades: black out shades as well as mini-blinds on every window. Fiber optic rope lighting throughout coach Overhead fluorescent lighting (very bright) throughout coach. Overhead halogen lighting throughout coach. (Very bright but on dimmers. Very nice!) 4 lighting fixtures on wall with colored glass cover. BATHROOM: Marble floors. Sliding doors for privacy. Residential style toilet (actually works quite well. NO ODOR WHATSOEVER!) sink Huge shower lots of storage for bathroom items full hanging closet huge clothes closet w/ 6 long shelves (for folded clothing) full washer and drier (Asko, Stainless Steel, high efficiency units.) Marble floors lots of mirrors. Great lighting. Standard household electrical outlets throughout "Fantastic" vent fan (exhaust or intake, auto close if it rains, etc.) BEDROOM: Queen sized bed under bed storage (huge area) Bed is on air springs to lift it up easily. Reading lights. Carpet. Mirrored ceiling (Ok, this one might have been installed to make the room seem bigger, but come on... a mirror over the bed?) Great lighting. Black out window shades Mini blinds Sony TV DVD. VHS Stereo. Carousel Closet with room for queen bed. Makes for a large bunk area 6 large dresser drawers for folded clothing. Lots of storage. Standard household electrical outlets throughout All household functions (generator, lights, etc) can be monitored and controlled from both the back bedroom and the drivers area. This is a great value for our asking price of $129,900. Interested parties should reply with name, phone number, and email address. Serious only! WE DO NOT NEED HELP SELLING THIS RV!