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Huge Kingsley Coach RV

RVs January 17, 2018

Huge Kingsley Coach RV

When driving a coach, you want to be comfortable and feel safe. The 2000 Kingsley Coach will give just the feeling you desire in a vehicle of this nature. This coach has 2 slide outs for sitting outside and food prep and sleeps 6 travelers. The stunning exterior shines like new and this coach wills surely stand out on the highways. It is a one-of-a-kind custom unit, no other one like it n the roads. This quality designed and built RV is showcase worthy and would do very well at truck shows. It is just that stunning. The Kingsley Coach is considered a racing RV. The floor plan is impeccable with three separate sleeping areas and a queen-sized bed in the bedroom. A great business vehicle to have, this coach is roomy with plenty of space for large groups, such as, bands, and sports teams.

This coach comes with an automatic transmission which is desired by many big rig drivers. Some of the luxuries and amenities that come with this coach are a wine cooler, a large multitude of cabinets, two televisions and satellite television signal. Many large coach drivers are lonely on the road, with this coach, whether for business or pleasure, you will have the space and comfort-ability you need to travel with a group. This coach also has the ability to be further customized to some of your needs. The step configuration can be personalized and if you require another sleeping area,a second sleeping sofa can also be added for just a couple thousand dollars. It is so worth it to be able to have the coach you really require.

Type Class C
Status Used
Length 36.00 ft.
Fuel Type Diesel
Odometer 80,000 mi
GVWR info N/A
Dry Weight info N/A
Sleeps 6
Slide-outs 2
Chassis N/A
Engine N/A
VIN Request VIN
Ad #7734879
Dealer Stock #16420

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