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2011 Coachmen Freedom Express SOLD

2011 Couchmen Freedom Express 290 BHS
  • Year: 2011
  • Location : Durham, NC, US
  • Price : $ 18,000
Product Description

29ft Coachmen Freedom Express camper with one slide. Excellent condition.  Has only been used 20 weeks total. Camper has never been cooked in.


 Sleeps 9
 Full Kitchen - microwave, stove, oven, refrigerator/freezer
 Outdoor shower
Queen Bed in front with storage area under bed
 Bunk House, twin over full
 TV with 3 zone surround sound (outdoor too)
 Power stabilizing jacks
 Power tongue jack
 Power awning
 Electric water heater and gas
 Ducted heat/air conditioning
Plenty of storage in front and rear
bike rack on back
Double LP tanks
Equalizer Sway Control Hitch included
Purchased upgraded mattresses for both bunks last year. still have original ones
Door was widen at factory to 30 inches instead of the normal 24or26 inches door
Load weight: 4947
Hitch weight: 518
Carrying Capacity: 2571
Fresh water Gal.: 36
Grey Water Gal.: 34
Waste Water Gal.: 32

 

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