Efficiency and attention to detail create a homey and relaxing atmosphere in this comfortable RV. Abundant storage allows you to keep everything you need organized and neat, while clean lines, integrated decorative accents, and a smooth flow make this fifth wheel a study in understated elegance. Relax in comfort and enjoy the entertainment system, while guests admire the detail-oriented décor, with wood floors, solid wood cabinetry, and berber style carpet—and with the bathroom completely separate from the bedroom, your guests don’t have to worry about waking you up in the middle of the night! Three slides create a lot of square footage without having a trailer that is unwieldy to tow, and air conditioning, a ceiling fan, convection oven/microwave combo, and comfortable furniture means you can travel in comfort and luxury. Travelling at any time of the year is comfortable too, with a true four-season fifth wheel and Excel's guarantee that your plumbing and water storage tanks will not freeze to -10 degrees. Come by and see how great a condition this fifth wheel is in for yourself!
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Ralph and Kathy Chowning started RV Sales in 1982, although our family has been serving the RV industry since 1967, when Tony and Mildred Nanneman started selling campers in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Tony always said, "Take care of your customers and they'll take care of you." Our family has practiced this philosophy since we started business, and it certainly has paid off in customer loyalty. We now tease that the back of our sales contracts are actually adoption papers and each customer becomes part of our family when they purchase an RV from us. We also have a full service shop with over 40 years experience and a reputation of being able to fix nearly any problem on both new and older units.