For more information about Vixens see www.VixenRV.com (for the vehicles history) as well as checking the documents tab above, I'll be adding information on what to look for in a Vixen before and after you buy.
If you're looking for a Vixen there are two other places you should look in addition to this site (see below). Please consider that you're looking at vehicles manufactured from 1986-1989 so the condition varies tremendously! If you are purchasing a Vixen please consider having it inspected prior to purchasing or prior to taking it on a trip (even if home is just a few hundred miles!). Even the most honest of seller might think "I just did the timing belt, I just replaced the rear wheel bearings, I just put new tires on" but in reality that was eight years ago. I have received many calls from stranded first time owners because they bought a coach and tried to drive it home without checking anything out. On the TD the two most important things to be concerned with are the Timing belt and the rear wheel bearings, both can cost you thousands if they break so make sure they are good! On the SE you should check the rear wheel bearings and the condition of all lines and hoses in the engine compartment. Carrying a couple big fire extinguishers is a good idea until you KNOW the condition of everything. These failures are not every day things but can happen even though they are preventable. I advocate being meticulous with your maintenance because I believe it will save you money in the long run.
I will sell coaches for owners but prefer to have them on site or at least have recent working knowledge of them. If you'd rather sell it yourself please list it at either site below:
http://stannerair.hypermart.net/Vixenhome.htm Ted Stephens site
http://vixenrv.org/tiki12/tiki-index.php?page=for%20sale Vixen Owners Association site
Vixen coaches INFO and for sale elsewhere
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