“Agnes” 1984 Fleetwood Pace Arrow was in pristine condition physically inside and mostly outside after being stored inside for 30 years and the previous owner did not truly understanding how to maintain the maintenance on such a vehicle and the mechanical side of her was a mess. Too many mechanics working on her and it appeared they were all part changers instead of true caring mechanics.

The engine only has 35,000 original miles but was desperate for some TLC. We pulled everything off the front of the motor and replaced water pump / PS / fuel pump / vacuum lines / belts /clean or replaced broken brackets / pulleys removed smog pump and capped / replaced exhaust manifold on right side and resealed the left new exhaust installed new Edlebrock carb / Taylor ceramic tip wires / plugs / cap rotor coil / installed or replaced heat shields missing that other mechanics took off. We built a custom panel for the passenger side of engine to funnel air to the right side of engine to reduce heat and improve air flow and cooling to the passenger side of motor, replaced the fuel Tank, all shocks and front air bags. We now have three things that are not functional the Onan Generator with 731 hours, the driver side window and the front cab A/C.

We have driven her all along the Gulf Coast / Daytona and Key West, FL and back home to Eureka Springs, AR several times. We have had our fun and now it is time for her to move on. We have a lot invested and have all paper work for the next proud owner of this pristine machine and only asking $7,500 as we want her to remain on the road with someone who will carry on with her beauty. Head turner everywhere we go!

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Hey nice RV you have, would you tell me how long it is and could you send me more pictures?  We will be traveling in Jan and Feb, and just might have to come see it in person!  My email is jlrocco21@gmail.com, if you can send me more pics, I really am interested!



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