International Signature Series
From award winning architect and designer Christopher C. Deam comes the Signature Series CCD.
This is the 25FB model, the bed sits in the front of the trailer, the entry door is at the rear, and the dinette is to the left as you enter. The bath area is very unique, the shower is across the hallway from the toilet, which is in a separate private space.
This coach features the Espresso Ultraleather interior option andhas dark wood cabinets.
I had a Dexter 2 7/8″ lift kit professionally installed in 2013, allowing the trailer to traverse steeper driveways than the stock trailers. This is very helpful at gas stations etc.
I also installed Centramatic wheel balancers on all four wheels, this improves tire life and vibration greatly!
New tires were installed in 2020 and have only 3000 miles on them.
The camper is equipped with a 155 watt solar panel and a Go Power 20 amp digital solar regulator.
The batteries are a year old.
You will think this trailer is new, it has been cared for well.
Tank capacities are as follows:
Fresh 39 gals
Black 39 gals
Grey 37 gals
A Micropulse tank monitor automatically updates you on tank capacities.
Includes two 30lb propane tanks and there is an exterior low pressure propane port that allows you to run a BBQ or propane camp fire from the tanks.
There are two ways to plug in the coach to shore power, there is one in the rear, and there is one on the front left side of the coach, giving you the option of where you want to plug in.
The water heater is dual fuel, electric or propane.
The large Dometic refrigerator has plenty of storage capacity to allow you to boondock for days.
A unique and handy feature is the inverter remote switch which allows you to use the coach batteries to run 110 volt accessories like a coffee maker or hair dryer from one of the many invert plugs spaced around the coach see pic .
The galley pullout pantry is spacious and well thought out. Storage space in general is everywhere you look in this trailer.
There are flat panel TV’s in the bedroom and the galley, the DVD player plays on either TV.
The radio is bluetooth enabled, you can make and receive phone calls from your cell phone through the coach radio and speakers, there is a microphone in the coach to pick up your voice, it’s quite unique.
Come complete with the upgraded a heavy duty Reese weight distribution hitch and ball.
Also comes with an electric Barker 3000 lb. tongue jack for easy tow set up.
Besides the main awning, there is a rear and full length side awning to help keep the coach cool on hot days.
When not in use, I have kept it stored in a garage and out of the sun.
Addendum: After showing the trailer to a few people this weekend, I thought I would add pictures of the roof, there are no hidden dents up there, I have a list of known dings etc that I can share if you would like to see them, just message me for details…no major dents or scratches! If I don’t point them out, they are hard to even spot. Note the driver side bumper is a little bent but again, hard to notice if I don’t tell you.
There is a partial note due on the trailer, but we can easily work through that, I have it available for viewing in my driveway any time! Come take a look!
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