2004 Monaco Monarch 30PDD 33' Class A Motorhome. Ford V10 Gasoline Engine. 2 Slide Outs, Awning, Sleeps 2, A/C Unit, Leveling System.
This 2004 30' PDD Monico Monarch motorcoach was manufactured when vehicles were built well. She is nearly bullet proof, highly sought after but it isn't too big and isn't too small. Easy to drive even while towing my car, upgraded suspension, brand new tires with 1000 miles on them, full set of tire chains and tire covers. Set of emergency flags and battery operated warning flashers included as well as all plumbing, water and electrical systems have all the parts you need to go out today!
The Generac generator works great with only 166 hours, air conditioning, and furnace all work perfectly. The water heater was recently flushed to rid it of hard water build up and has a new pressure regulator. I installed a Supersteer Trac Bar, suspension stabilizers and brand new rear sway bar bushings. These upgrades make the coach ride comfortably.
Built on a Ford chassis 6.8L V10 gas engine with 35,482 miles. A 75 gallon fuel tank which gives me nearly 11 mph towing my car! Tons of room on the inside with two slides and slide awnings. The slide awnings need new fabric. 2 recliner chairs that swivel, a fantastic queen mattress and the ability to choose your own furniture. I am an artist and took out the terribly uncomfortable table and V shaped couch. I have attachment bolts on the floor and secured my own custom furniture. I put a sewing table and a 6' rolling tool chest for my supplies. One of the photos shows the tie down points. Someone can detach the seatbelts and use the hardware that I didn't need. The tool chest was solid as a rock when I traveled. I've seen Rv's with some pretty nice second generation furniture, particularly computer desks and much more comfortable seats.
The photos of the bed shows a box which has the last blackout shades for installation. Every window has a blackout shade except the front windows. For those I purchased a mesh screen, cut to fit the windshield, driver's side window and passenger window. This alone revolutionized my motorhome! I was able to see out but nobody could see in without losing any light. It blocked out a lot of heat too. I have the reflective material for the large slide windows if ever needed.
Equipment in the RV includes: hydraulic leveling jacks, stainless steel wheel liners, Onan 4kw generator, rear vision system (it's loose and needs tightened), power pilot seat, cruise control, combination convection microwave oven, 3 burner propane stove, 3 way propane refrigerator with the most awesome ice maker, 10 gallon water heater with gas and electric, 30 amp service, a 14' nearly new front electric awning, 15.0 ducted AC, 35 BTU electronic ignition furnace, and an ancient TV that I have never watched and a full TV hookup in the back bedroom, tons of under bed storage and tons of closet space plus other storage including all of the outside storage. Non smoker with a tiny parrot as my pet. I am a widow and managed this unit easily.
Brand New Tires 2022 (only 1,000 miles)
Supersteer Trac Bar
Brand New Rear Sway Bar Bushings
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