This a 1997 Coachmen 115 SL.
It's an 11'6" body about 18ft overall length.
The overhead floor was destroyed by water damage & it has some delamination from a few years of lack of maintenance by previous owner.
I purchased it not knowing these issues. It is an aluminum framed camper with styrofoam insulation. The only wood was pretty much the overhead floor, so the delamination was just the glue letting go from the fiberglass siding.
I bought it for $4,500 and have since invested another $1,700 into rehabbing it. It still needs some work to be completely finished but not much.
I've gone around about 90% of the camper with new silicone. I've resealed the roof with 2 new coatings of Henry's Tropi-Cool. It has new red vinyl in all the mouding channels. I rebuilt the overhead stronger & with better insulation. New wallpaper too. It has a new 14x14 roof vent cover over the bathroom. It has a like new Dometic Brisk Air 1 rooftop ac unit. The shroud is new, ceiling controls are new, ceiling cover is new, & filter is new. The ac will freeze you clean out of this camper. It has a Dometic 3 way fridge/freezer that works great. A like new microwave. 3 burner stove top with oven. It has the exhaust vent hood over it (with light & fan) & a new outside vent cover with locking flapper. Has a working built in furnace. Will hold 2 large propane bottles & has 1 in it, which does have some propane in it. The bottle select valve will need replaced. The water pump is fairly new. Has a new Dometic 6 gallon DSI water heater. New fresh water fill hook up. New potable water fill hook up. New shore power cord compartment with closing lid. All hose connections have been checked & are leak free. The tanks fresh, gray, black show no signs of leaks. Has a good converter that also charges the good deep cycle battery (I put in) when plugged into shore power. Has a bathroom with separate shower, toilet & sink. Has an outdoor shower too. Has spot for a generator but doesn't have one.
The new tile in the overhead didn't really want to stay stuck so I was going to put carpet in over it but haven't yet.
I have a lot of the stuff that would pretty much finish the unit. New inside molding boards, 2 gallons of new white ceiling paint, several tubes of silicone, some leftover of the wallpaper, new tiles for the main body area, & some other things.
The only soft spot on the camper is the bottom left of the ladder.
It will need an 8ft truck bed to haul this unit. I'd highly recommend a 3/4 to 1 ton truck as well. It weighs around 3,250lbs with standard equipment. It has electric Atwood jacks that swing out to accommodate a dually truck.
Kansas & Missouri do not require you to title or register these units. Which should mean no property tax being charged on them. I bought it on a Bill of Sale & that is how I will pass on ownership. I will also include the Bill of Sale, that I purchased it on. The camper comes with all the paperwork/original manuals.
$3,700.00 is my bottom dollar & I absolutely will not take less for it.
If I still have it come spring, price is going up on it.
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