|July 31st, 2013, 02:13 PM||#1|
2003 Forest River Flagstaff 829BHSS - $6500
I have a very nice 2003 Forest River Flagstaff Travel Trailer for sale.
This camper has been taken care of very well and has also had some recent updates to the bathroom.
30 Amp hookup
Roof mount A/C
Twin propane tanks
Three burner stove with oven
Three way large fridge and freezer (Gas, 120Vac or 12Vdc)
Double basin kitchen sink
Surround sound stereo with sub
HDTV roof mounted antenna
Heated queen size mattress
Two single bunk beds in rear
Shower with tub
Hot water tank (Electeric and Gas option)
Black, grey and fresh water tanks with heaters and level monitor
One super slide
Sleeps 8 people
Four new Goodyear tires and rims plus new Goodyear spare
Outside grill and table attachment
Electric tongue jack
LOTS OF STORAGE!!
The bathroom was remodeled over the winter. All seams were re calked and some wood was replaced with fiberglass reinforced plastic. Walls were painted and new fixtures were replaced and added for more towel locations. All drafts and cracks were sealed with bug/rodent repellent sealant. The roof seams were all resealed this year as well as the skylight bubble over the shower. The entire outside of the camper was polished ans sealed with RV sealer.
You will not be disappointed in what this camper has to offer. Great for cheap family trips up north or long road trips down south.
Last edited by glh_turbo22; August 8th, 2013 at 12:02 PM.
|January 13th, 2014, 03:22 PM||#7|
Join Date: 09-29-06
Location: MONTAGUE MI (BY THE SAND BOX)
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So, did this have water damage? Also, if you would PM me your lowest price. I am kinda thinking about picking up a newer one. Would want to have price figured out before looking into driving that far to see it.
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|January 13th, 2014, 03:37 PM||#8|
It did have some slight water damage around the skylight in the bathroom from the plastic flange drying out and cracking. Last year I cut out all the bad spots and installed new wood and then covered the whole ceiling in reinforced fiberglass panel.
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