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PostPosted: November 17th, 2017, 5:19 pm 
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Location: Bend, OR
This 21 foot RV is a molded fiberglass shell on a Ford E-350 Triton V-10 chassis. She has 73,282 miles and has undergone extensive upgrades to improve comfort and off-grid capability. I am the third owner selling the Chinook to purchase a 4x4 capable adventure vehicle.

Here's the Craigslist listing with photos: https://bend.craigslist.org/rvs/6391327897.html

Upgrades:

* Removed carpet and installed wood laminate flooring
* Removed jack knife sofa and installed "slat" style sofa bed with new firm cushions and pillows
* Removed dinette and installed custom cabinet
* Removed furnace and installed efficient Camco Olympian Wave 6 6,000 BTU catalytic heater
* Removed obsolete solar panel and TV antenna and installed 2-100 watt monocrystalline solar panels
* Installed two (2) new Lifeline GPL-31XT Deep Cycle 125 Amp AGM Batteries
* Installed new Victron BlueSolar MPPT 100/30 solar controller and Bluetooth interface
* Installed new Victron BMV 702 battery monitoring kit
* Installed new Progressive Industries 4645V 45 Amp Converter/Charger and upgraded wiring from charger to battery
* Installed new Progressive Industries EMS-HW30C Hardwired 30 Amp RV Surge Protector with Remote Display
* Installed new ShurFlo water pump and accumulator tank
* Installed new cabinet struts
* Installed new exterior lights and housing
* Installed 2 new Fan-tastic vent fans
* Installed seat swivel on passenger seat
* Installed new efficient Oxygenics shower head
* Installed Marinco 30 Amp Detachable Power Conversion Kit
* Installed new grey and black tank valves
* Installed 2 new modern Sony radios (chassis and house)
* Installed new cam locks on all exterior compartments
* Installed new weBoost Drive 4G-X OTR cellular booster
* Installed new Curt front hitch receiver
* Installed new Manchester 14 gallon propane tank
* Installed WeatherTech floor mats

Features:

* Onan 4KW Generator
* Deluxe reclining driver and passenger captain chairs
* Day/night fabric shades
* Overhead florescent lighting
* Lighted interior cabinets
* 3-way (110/12V/LPG) double-door 6' flushmount refrigerator
* 3-burner cook top
* Recirculating power range hood with light and fan
* Double-bowl sink with covers
* Hardwood cutting board
* Hardwood drawers with deluxe roller slides
* Tip-out sink storage
* Fiberglass shower wet bath with sink
* Medicine cabinet
* Marine-style toilet with spray wand
* Covered toilet paper holder
* Towel rack
* Shower curtain
* Entrance door with window, screen door and deadbolt lock
* Lighted entrance grab handle
* Smoke detector
* LP gas detector
* Hardwood magazine rack
* Coke bottle-opener
* Towel racks
* Fuel tank: 37 GAL
* Fresh Water: 32 GAL
* Water Heater: 6 GAL
* Gray: 35 GAL
* Black: 12 GAL

Send PM if interested.

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Ross
2003 Chinook Concourse


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PostPosted: December 8th, 2017, 6:36 pm 
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Beautiful rig. With the increased prevalence of boondockers out there, how you've modified your Chinook should attract someone.


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