1996 Honorbuilt El Dorado 32.5 ft diesel Class C motorhome
- 7.3L powerstroke diesel
- WVO (waste veggie oil) Conversion w/40 gallon VO tank (optional use)
- just shy of 80,000 miles
- Xantrex 1800 Modified Sine Wave Inverter
- Onan propane generator
- 7 foot slide out
- Queen bedroom
- Queen bunk above the cab
- Dinette breaks down into full bed
- Sofabed sleeps two (springs need repair)
- Rooftop Air Conditioner
- Cable ready
- 22″ LCD HDTV
- 3/4 bath
- Microwave oven, hood, 4 burner stove with oven, double sink, Dometic fridge and freezer
- Patio Awning
- Water heater
Email TJ@capesandpowers.com for more info. Please don’t hesitate to ask ANY questions!
View of Queen Bed over cab.
What we have lovingly named the Apprentice Seat. It sits up, directly behind the captain’s chair and swivels.
Dinette. Easily breaks down to make a bed.
Sofabed. Slide-out is pulled in.
Kitchen area. Note: the coffee maker has since been removed and the oven door handle has completely come off.
Dometic 3 way fridge (AC/DC/Gas). It will automatically switch to AC or back to Gas or DC when shore power is connected or disconnected and has indicator lights to let you know which is currently in use and buttons to manually switch it between them if you need to.
View from dinette, looking back. Slide-out is pulled in.
Looking back from the cab. Dinette on left. Sofabed on right. Slide-out is out.
Looking forward from the hallway. Slide-out is out. You can just see the edge of the sofabed on the left. Small child not included.
View into bathroom. Shower on the left.
Shower, shower skylight, towel cabinet on left.
Thetford RV toilet. To the right is the second door to the bathroom.
Bathroom has double doors and both open into hallway to crate a larger space. Here only the second door is opened.
This view is of the back bedroom, taken from the hallway. There is cabinetry above the bed. A small closet on either side of the bed. Also cabinetry to the left of the bed. Windows are at the back and on either side.
There is 1-2 feet of walking space around the sides and foot of the bed. The entrance is past the bathroom, from the hallway. It is an extremely difficult space to photograph.
Back window, and wall sconce (now black). Where the wall sconce is hanging is the side of the right closet.
Facing back, this is the left side window. Shelving and cabinetry touch the floor.