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2011 Forest River Sunseeker SOLD

Like New! Class C
  • Year: 2011
  • Color : Gold/Burgandy full body Paint
  • Mileage : 2,573 Miles
  • Location : Cedar Fall, United States
  • Price : $ 59,500
Product Description
2011 SunSeeker by Forest River 3010 DS, 32 ft. Low mileage 2515, Ford F450 Heavy Duty Chassis w/ V10 Triton gas engine. Drive-train Warranty (Months / Miles): 60 / 60,000, Michelin Tires, Full Body Paint ($6000 option), Double Slides with awnings, Rear bath with separate shower, Queen Bed slideout, Wardrobe and Chest of Drawers, Refrigerator/Freezer, Double Kitchen Sink, 3 Burner gas Range, oven,Microwave, front living area w/ Dinette Slideout and Sofa/Bed, OvercabTwin Bed, Overhead cabinets throughout, central ducted AC, LP Gas Heat 30000 BTU. Upgraded entertainment system including 32 LCD TV,DVD, CD with Surround Sound, and Exterior entertainment center Stero/cd. 4kw Onan Gas Generator, 300 w Inverter, 30 amp power. Exterior wash station, electric power awning, Electric Power/heated mirrors,Rear view camera.
Asking $59,500..... will entertain offers! Cedar Falls Ia.

 

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