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1993 Custom Coronado for sale by Owner - Cedar creek, TX

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  • Ad # 7160490
  • Dealer Stock # N/A
  • Type Class A - Gas
  • Status Used
  • Length 33.50 ft.
  • GVWR 16,000 lbs
  • Dry Weight 0 lbs
  • VIN N/A
  • Fuel Type Gas
  • Odometer 65,470
  • Chassis Chevrolet
  • Engine Chevy 454 Big Block
  • Sleeps 6
  • Slide-outs 0

Class A - Gas / Cedar creek, TX

This beauty is Pearl.
She's a 1993 Fleetwood Coronado, class A motorhome/RV built on a Chevy Chassis (Mac Truck)
She measures in at 33.5' long and a thin 8' wide.
Weighing in around 16,000 lbs empty, she's does have some heft.
She's always been clean and comfortable.
Newer tires, Newer batteries, always staying on top of hoses and belts. I'm cautious. Custom made brake drums made within last 2,000 miles. $$$
She has had regular scheduled maintenance checks since my purchase.
Here are some of her official stats:

Year: 1993
Make: Fleetwood
Model: Coronado
Class: Class A
Condition: Used
Location: Just outside of Austin, TX
Mileage: 65,470
Fuel Type: Gasoline - Regular
Transmission: Automatic
Stock Number: TBD
VIN Number: TBD
Sleeping Capacity: 1-6 easily in real beds, but there's also been 10 before I believe!
Air Conditioners: 2, though I used a more modern AC unit for energy efficiency.
Awnings: No, but I own it on the east coast should you want to ship it to yourself. Finding brackets was near impossible!
Length: 33.5'
Engine Manufacturer: Chevrolet - 454 Big Block w/ Banks Power Pack

Bought by yours truly about 6-7 years ago from a friend's grandfather, who was the original owner, I spent 2+ years renovating her to my personal interests. I replaced the entire roof with a 35 ft. piece of solid rubber and resealed the dual rooftop AC's and replaced and resealed fans. Thankfully I managed a contracting company at the time at had help from many a qualified men at the time. Following exterior upgrades I moved inside and ripped out any damaged walls/wood and replaced with new wood, and various covering materials along the way (wipe clean kitchen and dining area, tiling back wall, a cork wall, a magnet chalkboard wall, removeable and changeable wall covers, art, etc.). Then I ripped up the dated 1993 linoleum flooring in the kitchen and bathroom areas and replaced it with hardwood floor and tile. I painted the cabinets new colors but then eventually preferred an open area visually. I removed the stocky cabinets and small sink in the kitchen overhead and also below. I replaced them with hardwood countertop and white ceramic sink, with a 3.5' flip up extension for extended countertop space, as I like prep space! I replaced the small refrigerator with a larger one with a separate refrigerator and freezer sections (stainless steel) I removed overhead cabinet faces in the dining room area for exposed food storage, and sealed pennies into the dining room table. There's a world map sealed into the flip up table in the living room as well, but that one could be removed relatively easy if one preferred. The pennies are forever though :). The cabinet faces have been removed from the overhead cabinets in the living room area as well, which is my bookcase area in the photos. Carpet has been replaced throughout as well. I've made new curtains throughout also, quite a few times actually! Little changes go a long way in a tiny home! There's surely some details I'm leaving out amongst my 1000+ hours more on various home repairs and improvements and projects along the way but let me know what question you may have!

Exterior storage is ample with 2 flip up storage spaces on each sided. I call them the basements!

With a full bathroom, shower, bedroom with a queen size walk around bed, kitchen, living room, and loads of storage area both interior and exterior, Pearl's got you covered.

I'd prefer a buyer who would put her to use and even live in her, not just let her be a recreational piece of thought in your backyard to never be utilized. She deserves better. I could never let my girl go out like that.

$9,500 and feel free to make offers.

As I have been burned in the past from a craigslist and onlines and otherwise deals gone awry, I demand full payment up front.

I live in her now, but once sold, she can be yours in 1 month as I'm finding a new place to call home in the meantime, before my next venture. (It'll be a custom tiny home that's in the works!) Much of the art on the walls, the wooden furniture, and and the chest I will plan on taking with me, though requests to keep pieces can be made. We can talk prices on keeping whatever the buyer has in mind. (flatscreen TV and 26" multi turn extendable mount, my wooden box spice racks, etc.) I will throw in my stock of engine oils, cleansers, fluids, etc. for a price as well. I'm always stocked up but it can always be utilized elsewhere, too!

Enjoy the day!