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Clearance Price: $49,995


RV Type Motorhome
Status PreOwned
Stock No 68261
Class A
Mileage 89,000 km
Engine 8.1
Fuel Gas
Length 32.0 ft.
Weight 22000 lbs.
Sleeps 6 person(s)
Int. Colour TAN
Slideouts 2
Exterior Aluminum
Roof Type Fibreglass
Leveling Hydraulic
Suspension Spring & Shocks
Fresh Water N/A
Grey Water N/A
Black Water N/A

Excellent condition, highly optioned Class A Gas Motorhome, 36" length, fully self-contained, sleeps 6, with 2 slide-outs and a queen bed. NO SMOKING & NO PETS!! This coach has just been fully serviced and inspected: EVERYTHING works - no excuses; pick it up and travel anywhere Holiday Rambler was founded in 1953. In 1961, its introduction of aluminum body framing ushered in a new era of lighter, stronger and more durable recreational vehicles (RVs). This aluminum frame (Alumaframe) became the standard for lighter and stronger RVs for over 50 years. This coach has a GM Workhorse chassis and powertrain with
The Vortec 8100 8.1L
This engine is capable- and comfortable - running at 80 mph.
Note: in 2013 Holiday Rambler was sold to Allied Speciality Vehicles; online research uncovers many comments that the earlier Admiral SEs were much better quality.
Engine: GM 8100 Vortec, 8.1L EFI 340 hp, 455 lb.-ft torque
Transmission: Allison 1000 5-speed automatic with Overdrive for more information on this unit please call Shane Michaels Sales @705-484-0111 Thanks

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