VIN: 2GBJG31M4G4167059 condition: good cylinders: 8 cylinders drive: rwd fuel: gas odometer: 70000 paint color: white rv type: class C size / dimensions: 21 ft title status: clean transmission: automatic
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1987 Winnebago 21' Class C on Chevy one-ton van chassis 350 V8; Automatic transmission. Can sleep up to six.
2008 SMART car “For Two” convertible model. Gets up to 60 mpg. Plenty of leg room with luggage compartment behind.
Utility trailer to transport the Smart car
The Winnebago is an old one – 1987 – but little used and very low mileage – only 70,000 miles
The 2008 SMART car has just 73,000 miles
The utility trailer which tows the SMART car behind the Winnebago is three years old.
All three are for sale only as a package for a firm price of only CAD13,500
This is a very attractive price for the following reason:
The vehicles, are in long-term storage in Burlington Ontario,
Both vehicles and the trailer are now licensed and insured in the US
Although I am now living in Toronto, I am have US citizenship and bought the package in the US, licensed using my US address and use it in Canada as a visitor
If you have a US address, you can probably license them all there.
If not, then I believe you will have to import them into Canada. I have a quote from an import broker for $300 plus duty and GST which I can forward to you or you can Google it yourself
My partner and I spent our first Winnebago summer exploring the Rocky Mountains in Alberta and British Columbia. We normally left the motorhome on our campsite for a few days while using the SMART car to explore all the surrounding points of interest. Autumn took us slowly down the U.S. West coast. We spent the winter in Mexico and around the coast of the Gulf of Mexico to the Southern tip of Florida. Spring took us up the East coast and summer in the Canadian Maritimes, Quebec and Ontario. Now I am age 92 and have stopped driving because of failing eyesight. I would like to sell the package to someone who will enjoy it as much as we have.
What is wrong with the vehicles? When I bought the Winnebago, I was told that the heater core leaked and had been disconnected from the engine cooling system. We never bothered to fix it because we kept away from cold weather, and the propane furnace works fine.
And the radio in the Smart car goes off after a while for no apparent reason. Otherwise everything works (except the owner).
On our trip we put 18,000 miles on the Winnebago and 6,000 miles on the car, all without spending a penny on repairs. Lucky perhaps, but we found both vehicles to be in excellent running order.
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