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2008 Jayco Melbourne

2008 Jayco Melbourne 29D
  • Year: 2008
  • Color : grey and maroon
  • Mileage : 8,000 Miles
  • Location : Worcester, MA, US
  • Price : $ 66,000
Product Description

This unit is approximately 31' in length and features a 6.8L Ford Engine, Automatic Transmission, Ford Chassis, Onan 4000 Generator, Patio Awning with Slideout Room Toppers, HWH Hydraulic with Levelers, Back Up Rear Camera, Xantrex Inverter, Ducted Roof A/C, 2 LCD TVs. For complete details visit Motor Home Specialist at MHSRV.com or 800-335-6064. Some additional Features include: Cruise, Tilt, Power Mirrors with Heat, Dash CD Player, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Dual Safety Airbags, Wheel Simulators, Exterior Grill in Bay, Black Water Tank Rinsing System, Exterior Shower, Roof Ladder, Soft Touch Vinyl Ceilings, Day/Night Shades, Microwave/Convection, 3 Burner Ranger, Solid Surface Counters in Kitchen, Sink Covers, Refrigerator, Glass Door Shower, Queen Bed and much more.

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