2012 31 Ft Classic
Very good condition, everything works, ready to go
Winegard DirecTV satellite dome antenna on roof w/cabling into main cabin
Power monitor and surge protector
Washer & dryer (separate units) purchased from Amazon. Installed in main closet. Nothing fancy here, not built in, good for washing and drying light loads (T-shirts, underwear, small loads etc.) When in use, water hose drapes across and attaches to bathroom faucet. Drain hose also drapes across and drains to shower floor.
New 32” TV in main cabin
TV in bedroom
Either TV can be switched to accept different inputs (local roof antenna), park cable, DVD player or DirecTV.
Roof recently sealed at dealer
16” tires, Michelin, purchased 2014 from Discount Tire. Lot’s of tread left, but Discount Tire recommended new tires if an extended trip were planned (because of the tire’s age) TPM sensors in each tire, Bluetooth to a monitor in truck cab.
Blue Ox anti-sway bars
If trailer sells, I am interested in also selling the tow vehicle, which is a 2012 Dodge RAM 3500, 4 door, sun roof, long wheel base. There is a bed liner for the bed. Includes tool box across the bed behind the cab. Mileage is low, around 87K. Actually, buy both and drive away, everything is all set up. Should provide years of use for both. Asking $40,000 for truck.
Both truck and trailer are in very good condition, as I get whatever breaks or needs replacement, done right away.
You may also like...
Consider these tips in order to send or receive payment safely.
Know the vehicle’s market value
Be very suspicious of any vehicle priced significantly below market value. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Confirm contact information
Verify the seller’s physical address and phone number BEFORE SENDING PAYMENT. Zip codes, area codes and addresses should match up.
Use email wisely
Do not send personal or financial information (such as your social security number, credit card number or checking account number) to a seller via email. Email communications are not secure.
Do not use money transfer services, such as Western Union to pay for online purchases
Even Western Union recommends against using their service or similar services to pay for online purchases. Be cautious about any seller who will only accept a money transfer.
If using an escrow service for payment, make sure it is a reputable, valid escrow service
Some buyers, purchasing outside their local area, may consider using an escrow service. If so, make sure it is a legitimate service. Go directly to the website of the escrow service. Do NOT go to an escrow service through a link in the seller’s e-mail or use a service based on a referral from the seller. Check the web address to make sure you are at the valid website.
Get a detailed receipt
Ask the seller for a receipt that states whether the Airstream is being sold with a warranty or “as is.”
Get title to the vehicle
Make sure you know what’s required in your state to transfer title to the vehicle you’re buying.
Confirm contact information
Be wary of buyers willing to purchase your item sight-unseen, especially buyers located overseas. Always verify the buyer’s street address and valid phone number.
Verify that a certified check is genuine
Verify authenticity with the issuing bank prior to depositing a certified check. Make sure the account contains sufficient funds and the issuing bank guarantees payment on the check. Once deposited in your account, it may take a week or more for the check to clear. Acceptance by your bank does not guarantee the check is valid and funds are available. A cashier’s check can take 30 days or more to clear.
Secure payment first
Do not transfer the title until you have payment in hand at the agreed upon price (and you have verified that the payment is valid.
Beware of overpayment or other complicated payment schemes
Do not agree to any plan where the buyer asks to send a check for more than the sale price and requests that the seller refund the difference. Be suspicious of any buyer who proposes making payment through a friend or agent of the buyer.
File a report. File a report at www.ic3.gov with the Internet Crime Complaint Center, a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), and the Bureau of Justice Administration (BJA). IC3 gives victims of cyber crime a convenient and easy-to-use reporting mechanism. IC3 in turn alerts authorities by referring reports to the correct law enforcement or regulatory agencies at the federal, state, local and international level.
Let us know about it. If you receive a suspicious email, report it to Trader Interactive immediately. Forward the email to [email protected] Do not change the subject line or send it as an attachment. Simply forward the suspicious email message to us. We will contact you if we need additional information.