Sunrader Nissan Toyota

Posting ID : B1015705474
Date Posted : 2013-07-08
Category : Rvs By Owner

1986 Nissan Sunrader Classic

Auto w/overdrive

Seamless fiberglass coach construction

75K original miles*

New (reman) long block Nissan 3.0L V6 FI form JIS Japan Engine
Upgraded form original VG30i to VG30e for added HP;
throttle body fuel injection system

Less than 1.5k miles on engine; still under warranty

New plugs, wires, hoses

New radiator

New water pump

New OEM fan clutch

New OEM T-stat

New starter

New timing components

Tranny cooler

True 1-ton frame with full floating rear axle

Added air bag suspension

All windows recently pulled and professionally resealed

Dash and roof AC

Detachable rear storage box

Wildcat LT tires

Retractable awning

All appliances in working order: 3-way Dometic fridg, Hydro-flame furnace w/new digital t-stat, Wedgewood stovetop and oven, APC hot water heater, 12v pressurized water system, 25 amp power converter; seperate shower and head; black, grey, and fresh water holding tanks; system monitor.

Rear dinette conversion and cabover--sleeps 4

A comfortable traveler--only '18 feet long, but conveniently designed with everything you need for self-contained camping; drives like a car, power when you need it, but fits a standard parking space. I bought this intending to do the US "Grand Tour," but, unfortunatly, plans have changed; I searched a long while specifically for a "shorty" Nissan V6 Sunrader, wich actually has more HP than the later model Toyota V6s, Amtraking to the West coast (Oregon) to get this one, and I will certainly miss it. The shorty Sunraders are rare enough, but a shorty V6 (instead of the typical Toyota 4 cyl) nearly impossible to locate. You are unlikely to find another one of these east of the Mississippi. . .

$11k invested

Price: $9k

*CarFax report available


Would consider delivering between Andes, NY and Milwaukee, WI, within next week (before Monday, 7/15), if completly paid for in advance (RV, + allowance for gas, calculated at 15 MPG, + 20.00/day travel expense, max 2 days to WI). Destinations short of Milwaukee would also require an Amtrak ticket to complete trip to Milwaukee.

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