27 foot Aluma-Lite made by Holiday Rambler.

This is a very nice looking and driving coach. The alma-lite is an all aluminum coach framework with an aluminum skin riveted to the frame. NO sticks and staples to rot and pull out. These coaches are built to last, and this one is the nicest I have seen.

Just turned 70,065 miles on Chevy 454 engine. Has new transmission less than 5,000 miles ago. 

Excellent condition inside and out, has newer fitted cover.

Just returned from a trip from Wash state to Utah and back towing a small trailer with two motorcycles and had no issues whatsoever.


                    Dometsic Fridge with separate freezer compartment  

                     Onan 4KW gen starts with a touch of a button
                             at the dash or on the generator- low hours! 

                     Roof air blows cold

                     Privacy curtain at front of coach

                     Bluetooth Alpine radio

                     Polished Stainless Steel wheel covers

                     Sleeps 4 - Queen size bed in rear


                     Auto- retracting steps

                     Ride height air bags front and rear with independent controls
                            at dash to adjust ride height

                     TONS of storage throughout

                     Very nice wooden slat blinds

                     Two house batteries less than 6 months old

                     Separate bath and shower  PLUS and outdoor shower

                     Driver and passenger two speed fans

Recent work done

                     Front brake calipers and pads

                     New rear brakes and wheel seals along with all new rear wheel bearings

                     New water pump and thermostat


Price: $10,500 or best offer

Tags: 27, Alum, Holiday, Rambler, ft, lite

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