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Class C / Blairsville, GA
3.0L Mercedes V6 diesel (pre DEF)
3.6kw LP generator 183 hours
Cherry wood interior
March 2019 - air filter, oil and filter change and fuel filter change. Tires rotated.
Transmission service (fluid including torque converter and filter) 33129 miles
Brake fluid flushed 55000 miles
Current (not expired) updated propane, smoke and carbon monoxide detector.
Awning fabric replaced a year ago.
Crank position sensor replaced (recall).
ECU flash (recall).
#1 glow plug replaced.
Both airbag recalls performed.
Swivel cab seats (driver and passenger).
GDE (Green Diesel Engineering) tune. (Increases performance and fuel mileage. I always average over 18 mpg.).
AGS Automatic Generator Start (starts and stops generator on demand from A/C thermostat).
Led interior bulbs.
2 independent solar electric systems:
2 100 watt roof mounted solar panels.
1 100 watt portable (suitcase) solar panel.
2 - 6 volt GC2 golf cart batteries (coach) 1 year old.
Chassis battery is AGM.
TRIL-L-START chassis battery maintainer.
BatteryMINDer 1500 (maintain coach batteries when not in use).
Jensen 19” 12 volt LED digital TV - living room.
Polaroid TV in bedroom.
USB power port on dash.
Scanguage ll OBDC monitor.
Fumoto crankcase drain valve (makes oil changes so much cleaner and simple).
Norcold refrigerator door hinge reinforcement installed.
Weatherproof cover for Cab (windshield and windows.
Privacy curtain for cab bunk.
Cab/coach divider curtain (priceless in extreme weather).
Holding tank heaters (black and gray water).
Custom hardwood organizer for dinette table.
Stronger kitchen drawer latch.
Sewer hose storage tube.
Mercedes “service” transmission dipstick.
Oil filter cap socket (for removing cap).
One of the two tag lamps is out
Windshield is cracked on passenger side (it was this way when I bought it. The crack has not grown.)
I am the 2nd owner. I purchased it at 23,000 miles. I am an NRVIA Certified Level ll RV inspector. I always keep a trained eye on the condition of my motorhome and see to its service regularly.
If you are searching for a View J, please check this out. I have done most of the essential upgrades and then some. You can either boondock or camp with hook ups in style and then move on in confidence. If I wasn’t planning on sailing Central and South America for the next year or so, I’d never part with it.