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Old 06-23-2013, 04:39 AM   #1
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Default 2013 Keystone Bullet 204RBS travel trailer - SOLD!

This trailer is brand new and has never been used. Early this year we decided we needed more room than our class B van had to extend our snowbird plans, and thought a travel trailer was the answer. As it turns out it wasn't, as we found out there is a lot of work involved in towing and traveling with a travel trailer. So, we've decided to sell the trailer and look for another answer.

2013 Keystone Bullet 204RBS travel trailer

- this unit is brand new, and has never been used - it is registered and plated in Ontario - this is a private sale
- interior decor is dark brown - known as "Saddle" - sleeps 4
- it is being relisted, and now includes twin inverter generators with parallel kit
- asking price reduced C$1000 to C$18,999
- will consider any/all cash or equivalent offers
- payment process TBA

Included (Optional) Equipment

- factory aluminum wheels - lighter weight and better thermal performance
- E2 Equalizer Weight Distribution Hitch with Sway Control for better handling
- Husky HB4500 power front jack - makes hitching/unhitching simple
- dual Group 24 wet cell coach batteries - more DC reserve power off the grid
- 2 X PowerHouse PH2100PRi (gasoline) inverter generators with parallel kit and remote start
- the generators will provide 4KW/35A of 120VAC power - enough for the full electrical load
- retail value of all included optional equipment over C$2700

Physical Statistics

- dry weight 3835 lbs. - lightweight, for easy towing and better fuel economy
- GVWR 6,000 lbs. - over 2,000 lbs. extra load capacity
- hitch weight 405 lbs. - can be towed by a variety of vehicles
- 42" wheel base for excellent tracking
- 23' 11" long (overall length, coupler to bumper)
- 8' wide (standard)
- 10' 6" tall

Standard Features and Standard Equipment

- Thermal Package insulation for increased energy efficiency, warm or cold
- enclosed underbelly w/ducted heat from furnace
- 13,500 BTU ducted roof air conditioner
- ducted 30,000 BTU Atwood propane furnace
- 3 burner propane stove w/oven
- Atwood 6 cubic foot AC/propane automatic fridge with "level" indicator
- microwave oven
- fully enclosed 3 piece bathroom (toilet, sink, shower) w/power exhaust fan
- dinette booth which converts easily to a second bed
- 19" LCD flat screen TV - AM/FM/DVD A/V system - external speaker system
- Winegard crank up directional, and whip antennas
- Dometic 9100 Power Awning with flex/tilt for water runoff
- BBQ Propane Grill, with rear bumper mount, with quick (dis)connect hose
- plenty of storage inside, and in the front end external pass-thru
- all windows are tinted and equipped with privacy shades
- battery, propane, and holding tank monitor panel - lighting and awning control
- all lighting and most appliances can be run on propane or 12V DC (battery power)
- the roof air and microwave oven require 120VAC shore power or generator power to run

Questions?
- send me an email via this ad - Kijiji # 500079221 or to bullet204rbs4sale@gmail.com
- email is checked daily

If you want to see pictures, there are some external pics of it on here, and there are plenty of dealer posted pictures on the internet, available by googling the make and model. It's as nice inside as out, it's just more work than we expected. I believe the travel trailer's biggest advantage is that they are definitely less expensive than almost every other RV mode of travel. Perfect for folks who want to stretch their travel budget. I know it's a long shot posting a trailer up on a class B motorhome website, but maybe someone knows someone, sons or daughters or grandkids, who wants to travel and camp inexpensively, to start, before switching over to the world of motorhomes at a later date.

SOLD today.
Admin, please feel free to delete this ad at your leisure.
I plan on deleting it in 7 days, in case anyone had any interest, but weren't ready to move forward for their own reasons.
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