The GOOD: Chrysler conversion with low miles in good mechanical condition. It has always been well maintained mechanically since its conversion. Both CV axles were replaced in 2018 and the windshield is brand new now. It has lots of upgrades: 31.5 gallon fuel tank, generac generator, larger AC unit, 2" receiver hitch, LED tail & turn lights, roof rack & box... The list goes on! The BAD: Only mechanical issue: Steering rack has some fluid in boots and the boots need replaced. I noted this in 2016 when I last inspected it and the current owner believes he's added fluid once since then. Cosmetically it has front & rear bumper issues, the ceiling has gotten wet so it has minor sagging and a few of the exterior decorative lights are damaged. The Ceiling looks much worse in the photos than it does in person; using the coach you'd be unlikely to notice the cracks. Owner believes he has roof leak fixed, I just checked it after a few days of rain & snow and don't see any sign of moisture coming in!
This is a very solid coach mechanically and I would not hesitate to jump in it and head anywhere. Owners just used it for a 400+ mile round trip over the last weekend and said it performed flawlessly!
If you do want the steering rack addressed, bumpers fixed, ceiling fixed... That can be done separate from the purchase price (coach is on consignment)
Chrysler converted LeSharo
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