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PostPosted: August 8th, 2017, 11:23 am 

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Selling my 2001 Chinook Concourse. Brief overview: 34,500 miles. Very well taken care of. Purchased a month ago, but my dog is terrified of it. Tried to condition him, but he won't even go into it willingly anymore. Since he's my travel partner, it's time to trade out for a trailer. Looking for $29,000 but needs a new fridge so send any reasonable offers.

Longer story: I purchased it from the original owner in Amarillo TX. It has been a TX unit it's whole life. The owner used it to drive from Pampa TX to Amarillo TX. He would nap in it while his wife shopped. Went on a couple of trips to NM with it. Stored in a garage while he owned it. Underbody of the vehicle is in great condition with no rust. Interior is in really nice condition. Oil is changed in the engine and the generator. Runs great. Generator runs the AC & it is very cold. Does a decent job keeping up with the 100 degree TX heat. It is a newer AC unit, and I believe it has the heat pump in it. The fridge cooling unit was broken when I bought it, so the fridge was removed completely. Needs a new fridge which is about $1,100 for the fridge + labor (as many of you know the fridge has to go through the side window). Send any inquiries to: I have a ton of pictures and can answer any questions. Located in Austin TX.

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