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Post Info TOPIC: Toyota Coaster 1990 Motor Home


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Toyota Coaster 1990 Motor Home


$30,000 Negotiable

This Vehicle is in Excellent Condition, definitely no Rust, 6 Cyl. 1HZ Engine, Manual Gearbox. LT Licence. 570000 Km. Professional Outfit. Rego to September 2018. Regrettable Sale due to Heath Reasons, Full Replacement insured for $ 29,000.

This vehicle has been regularly serviced every 5000Km and is ready to take you anywhere, nothing to spend, just fill her up and go!

Sleeps 2, 4 Seat Belts, Designed for indefinite free Camping (pending on available water only). 12/240v Waco Fridge 110lt 12/24/240v.

90lt S/S Potable/Water Tank. 30lt Gray/Water. 30lt Shower, ( Engine Heat exchange )

Shower & Toilet P/P new.

500AH Deep-Cycle USA, AGM Batteries, 520W Solar Panel,

Eberspacher Diesel Heater. Cruise Control. 4.5m Fiama awning.

2 x 4 Kg Gas Bottles will last up to 3 mth. 2 burner Gas Stove. Flyscreen all-around. Tinted Windows. Exhaust Brake.

Towbar. Radio, TV/DV. CB. GPS,Rear view Camera. SAT Dish vehicle mounted. LED light all-around incl. external, Drv/Lights, Day Lights. Front Screen Protector. Good Rubber. Extra Spare Wheel & Workshop Manual.

For further Information: contact Grandpa

 

 

 



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John Udvardi


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Why not put an automatic transmission in it and keep it --- and sell the other one?

Cheers,
Peter

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OKA196, 4x4 'C' Class, DIY, self contained motorhome. 600W of solar, 460Ah of AGMs, 280L water, 280L fuel. http://tinyurl.com/OKA196xtMotorhome
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Another option would be to fit a Duck Clutch, I was looking at this for an option when we were first looking for a motorhome, we could find plenty of manuals but few auto's. I kept the link below, just in case for the future.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiXnVl_KZ70



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Steve, Di & Ziggy We named our Motorhome "Roadworx" because on the road works "Home for Summer"
Ford Transit with 302 Windsor V8 conversion, C4 Auto, 9 Inch Ford Diff All Lighting L.E.D., 260 Amp/h AGM, 530 Watt Solar + Kipor Backup Gen.

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