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1988 Lazy Daze 22’ Rear Lounge - $19,000 (Pendleton)

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1988 lazy daze
condition: good
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 75000
paint color: white
rv type: class C
size / dimensions: 22’
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
1988 Lazy Daze 22’ Rear Lounge

Hey all. Sad to say it’s time to say farewell to our baby. She has treated us well from Yuma to Glacier and back for the last two years. It has been home to myself, my fiancé, and our two tyrannical Frenchies. It has roughly 75,000 miles on the lovely Chevy chassis, 5.3l v8 and 400 series transmission that are basically bulletproof. This 22’ class C drives amazing and rolls amazingly around 70 mph highway. Interior is mostly original from ‘88 with the exception of the flooring, fridge and lighting. This vehicle is a boondockers dream - short enough to park anywhere and big enough to have space in this sweet ass rear lounge, and fully sustainable on self-contained solar field motorhome.
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Upkeep -
Regular oil changes, coolant flushes, transmission oil changes, and axel servicing. A/C works amazing on shore power, water pump works great, no tank leaks (Black, Grey, and water), about 4000 miles on newish sailun tires (les Schwab brand). Freshly serviced brakes and braking system. Fresh-ish sewage lines (I mean - they are never quite fresh), unused fresh water lines, leveling bocks, Onan Emerald II generator has under 85 hours lifetime - still regularly serviced and runs amazing. New LVP flooring to replace the old, dingy blue carpet. All house gauges and indicator lights work great. We have all original documentation and all addition modern documentation.
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The New -
New Dometic Norcold fridge, new water heater, new (2) 6v Interstate deep cycle batteries, new electrical control panel and fuse set, new backup camera connected to a Sony 8” touchscreen system, all new LED lighting, new LED multicolor strip lighting, new alternator, transmission pan gasket, 4x 100w EcoFlow hi-absorbency solar panels (wired into house battery through a victron connect 30amp controller and alternate connections for charging a solar generator), new max air powered vent, new A/C cowling, new Fridge exhaust cowling, I have resealed the exterior roof once a season for the last two seasons.

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This RV still needs -
Speedometer spring (I just use Waze everywhere for a GPS reading)
New thermostat for the onboard heating system
eventually a fresh coat of paint
Window seals are the next chore but don’t require immediate attention
Rear passenger window had a crack since purchase and the prairie winds have caused it to fracture more (still sealed, but will need replacement) in the last month.
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Aside from this being a wonderfully cared for home, sadly/gladly we have decided to settle down and purchase a home.

Motorhome is currently hooked up and stored in eastern Oregon roughly 3 hours from Boise, Portland, and Spokane. Roughly 5 hours from Seattle and Bend.

Looking to find a caring home for this home.
Asking $19,000 OBO. Serious inquires and collectors of Lazy Daze only.

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