I kind of inherited this DayStar. It's one of 16, but one of only 12 to make it off the assembly line. I'm putting a link to my craigslist ad and will post some pictures here as well. I'm testing waters, but will let it go for RIGHT price. It's in running and driving condition, but currently am doing a tune up and minor things so it's a reliable sell. This price REFLECTS the CURRENT condition, not the fixed and ready to go condition. I'm willing to sell it in either condition. It's mog exempt. The paint is an 8 of 10. The interior is almost PERFECT behind the driver's seats. 8 of 10 at least. Needs a dash redone, already quoted $250 for a recover. And I'm sure there's a bunch of misc things as well. Overall it's in AMAZING shape. I would keep it except we have a large wake boarding boat too heavy for it to tow. I'm open to cash offers, as well as trades for something that is less of a project and will tow. I'm open to trucks (must be full size, preferably diesel and must be 4wd), camper tops, and possibly other out doorsy things. I simply don't have the time for this particular project, especially unable to tow a large boat. I'm located in Fairfield, CA. Thanks for looking. Please feel free to email or call/text:
Brian @ 707-347-6600. Asking price is $19,999 as is. Will go up as refurbishments complete.
Link to ad: 1975 Dodge Daystar
Nice motor home. Whats the price on it?
Hi Brian, can you post more photos?
Gorgeous, wish I had the money for the project - that is truly unique.
Update! Got it running and will drive now. Got mostly everything working. Generator needs to be reconnected and it only needs fuel lines (connected but brittle!) and an alternator to be roadworthy! Coming along nicely, just have minimal time to invest!
A step forward is better then 2 steps back,,, just take a task one at a time and it all comes together,,, sounds like you go it going on,, Kudo's,,, good job.
I am still envious!!!!!!! Great work!