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Dealer Listing on Oct/16/2012

2008 Winnebago Aspect SOLD

Low Mileage, Many Upgrades, Winnebago Aspect
  • Year: 2008
  • Color : Blue/Silverscreen/Neutral
  • Mileage : 10,130 Miles
  • Location : Clackamas, OR, US
  • Price : $ 52,000
Product Description

2008 Winnebago Aspect 29H, Low mileage of 10,300, Ford F450 Heavy Duty Chassis w/ V10 Triton gas engine. Full Body Paint Seamist, Class C, Double Slide, Rear full bath with separate shower, Queen Bed slideout, Wardrobe and Chest of Drawers, Refrigerator/Freezer, Double Kitchen Sink, 3 Burner gas Range, convection oven, front living area w/ Dinette Slideout, Sofa/Bed and Overcab Entertainment Center, Overhead cabinets throughout, central ducted AC Heatpump and Gas Heat. Upgraded entertainment system including 26 LCD TV,DVD, CD, Radio, KingDome Satellite, and Exterior entertainment center. 4kw Onan Gas Generator, 300 w Inverter, 30 amp power, as well as upgraded automatic level jacks. Exterior wash station, electric pump out system. Many options and upgrades. Original price with all additional upgrades near 100k. Listing price is below the NADA value: 63,495. 

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