SOLD- 2003 Casita Liberty Deluxe 17’ - Fiberglass RV


 
 
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Old 12-03-2007, 10:16 PM   #1
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2003 Casita Liberty Deluxe 17'</span>



$13,850 located in California Central Coast
See more information at: http://www.sell2retire.com/pages/casita.html

Standard equipment:
  • Bathroom with wet bath
  • 10' awning
  • Three way refrigerator - propane, 115v electric, 12v electric
  • Microwave
  • Propane & Electric hot water heater
  • King size bed
  • High rise axle
Major upgrades and modifications:
  • Satelite TV King Dome Antannae
  • Extended tongue 8" (can open PU truck tailgate, tow truer, easier backing)
  • Bicycle rack for two bikes
  • Generator and tongue box (generator plugs directly into Casita from box)
  • Twin Bed, options include: King, Double or Twin.
  • Extra heavy duty 15" wheels and Michelin tires
  • Refrigerator 12v side rewired with 10ga and set up with automatic shut off when tow vehicle shuts off.
  • Fiama screen room (could sell separately)
Other modifications:
  • New highrise faucet
  • Stereo speakers with AM/FM Cass radio
  • Larger overhead cabinet doors
  • New large under-bed cabinet door
  • Shower handle
  • Upgrade 12v wiring to refrigerator
  • Auto disconnect and battery protection for frig.
  • CCFL - Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps
  • Fluorescent lighting
  • Improved stove hood & quiet exhaust fans
PS: We have ordered another Fiberglass RV.



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Old 12-04-2007, 08:26 AM   #2
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That is a nice trailer, price and improvements. Someone should grab it up! (Back in May Mike's response to a question I asked about the Liberty with the twin bed setup lead us to getting one - and we are very happy with it!)

What trailer have you ordered?
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Old 12-04-2007, 03:15 PM   #3
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That is a nice trailer, price and improvements. Someone should grab it up! (Back in May Mike's response to a question I asked about the Liberty with the twin bed setup lead us to getting one - and we are very happy with it!)

What trailer have you ordered?
We found a 25' Bigfoot that looks good to us - 25B25RQ. We plan to Fulltime in it when we retire. Lori is counting the months. Lori bought a Big truck for me for Father's Day. (I got to pick it out) She calls it a BAT. ([b]Big [b]A$$ [b]Truck, sorry )

I really wanted to wait because I really like the Casita and it is so tricked out. I hope I like the Bigfoot as much as I like the Casita, no kidding. I don't look forward to starting over. Questions of:
  • Where are we going to carry our bikes?
  • Will a generator fit somewhere?
  • Is the seating going to be as comfortable?
Thanks for asking,
Mike
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We found a 25' Bigfoot that looks good to us - 25B25RQ. We plan to Fulltime in it when we retire. Mike
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Your choice of a 25' Bigfoot is a testament to Bigfoot. Me buying the 2008 has pushed my retirement ahead a few years
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Does that Honda EU2000 have enough Amps to run the Roof A/C or Microwave? (not at the same time of course) I assume it will run aTV just fine but do you have it wired the charge the battery too? Thanks.
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Does that Honda EU2000 have enough Amps to run the Roof A/C or Microwave? (not at the same time of course) I assume it will run aTV just fine but do you have it wired the charge the battery too? Thanks.
YES, to all above. We have enjoyed the A/C and Sat TV at the same time. To run the Microwave, we turn off the A/C for a couple of minutes while we run it.

The standard Casita cord plugs into the Generator. Thus, all the systems work as if you were at a RV park only without as many amps.
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