20 ft Airstream Argosy Motor Home Motorhome (Tiny House)
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Airstream Argosy Chevrolet Motorhome June 1975 Just out of the Garage with a:
Totally Re-Built and Tuned 400 Transmission
Complete with all New Clutches, Rings, Seals and Bushings.
Rebuilt Radiator. Rebuilt Converter. Brand New Belts, a New Throttle Cable.
Remanufactured Steering Gear Box and New Steering Pump.
Engine is a 350 Chevrolet and a P-30 Chasis.
This has a bathroom in the rear with a toilet and a shower.
It has an installed Awning from Camping World with a Custom Weather Sunbrella Fabric.
A Unique Pattern that Compliments the Motor Home.
VIN # CPY375V309349 Title Free and Clear!
Current Mileage: 90,150.This has a 30 Gallon Fuel Tank.
Beautiful Interior Shiny Wood Floor A lot of Potential and a Great Cosmetic Look.
You can customize the interior for a Pop Up On the Road Business or create a peaceful
environment for an escape getaway down by the lake.
This is a great RV for a traveler or a couple to explore and travel.
You will most likely want to modernize the interior so it is up to date.
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Please see the photos for the condition.
If you wish to view this in person, we can arrange a meeting.
I would suggest seeing the AWESOMENESS in PERSON.
This Motorhome is Located in the area of Chambersburg, PA 17201
I am entertaining serious offers Please feel free to ask any questions prior to bidding/offering
It does need a control arm (part) (Unable to locate one; mechanic has searched over a year to find one and cannot)
It does need an exhaust manifold
It does need ball joint.
This is drivable as is, however, for safety, the mechanic said to not travel further than 20 miles until the above parts can be located and assembled onto the RV.
I do not live near a big city so therefore, we have limited capabilities locating these few parts. Since this is a truly unique RV, parts are not easily accessible.
Buyer is responsible for shipping/towing.
This is a great RV in search of a great home!
THANKS FOR LOOKING!
Because this is a vintage Vehicle/RV, I am selling this as is, with no returns.
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