2008 Monaco Camelot with 4 slides, model 42DSQ: Only 29,000 miles! This RV is approximately 42' in length and features a powerful 400 HP Cummins diesel engine with side mounted radiator, Roadmaster raised rail chassis, inverter, Allison 6-speed automatic trans, 10KW Onan diesel generator, AGS, automatic leveling system, surround sound and (2) Flat Screen TVs.: Some additional features include: 3-camera monitoring system, power awning, 3 ducted roof A/C units with heat pumps, side-by-side refrigerator with ice maker, leather power seats, Aqua-Hot heating system, slide-out cargo tray, 50 amp power cord reel, roof ladder, power steps, side swing baggage doors, aluminum wheels, 1-piece windshield, docking lights, fiberglass roof, keyless entry, slide-out room toppers, exhaust brake, air brakes, cruise, tilt,
telescope, Smart Wheel, power visors, power mirrors with heat, power pedals, ceramic tile flooring, DVD, convection/microwave, gas stovetop, central vacuum, day/night shades, Multi-Plex lighting, solid surface counter tops, king select comfort mattress and much more.
Please contact: 337-734-4213
Listing on Sep/24/2012
2008 Monaco Camelot 42dsq
2008 Monaco Camelot 42 DSQ
- Year: 2008
- Color : Jamocha Cream II
- Mileage : 29,000 Miles
- Location : Jefferson Davis, LA, US
- Price : $ 187,500
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