Original equipment: ford V-8, 534 industrial, ONLY 63K miles and plenty of power to go anywhere you want. Generator: Onan 6.5 kw, Tires: 11r22.5, mag wheels, Allison MT 640 automatic transmission, trash compactor, built in ice crusher and blender, separate ice maker, dinette, side bathroom, kitchen, refrigerator, three electric heaters, three lp furnaces, ice maker, on-board vacuum system, satellite TV, four inside speakers, two detachable outside speakers, wireless cd players, am-fm cassette, satellite radio compatible, memory foam on queen bed, convection/microwave oven, money safe. 1 roof storage bin, two AC and both work great. Interior finishes in the coach are all original
Upgrades: ¾” oak flooring and was fully re-painted and the two front couches re-upholstered in 2005
Runs as good as it looks. If you want to have some fun, this is the coach for you. San Diego area
Call Jim at 714-269-2365 email: jbenson71@yahoo.com

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Sounds like a great coach at a great price.  Diesel?


HI Kev,  thanks, it is a great coach.

the power plant is a Ford 534i (Industrial) gas motor.


im afraid to ask about the mpg on a 534....

Ha, its not a Prius for sure, but usually it gets around 5 to 5.5 mpg.    

Thank you to all who took an interested in the 74 FC-31 wonderlodge. The bus is off to its new home this morning. thanks again everybody. Jim 




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