1998 Rexhall Vision for
Sale : $19,900 OBO
We have a 27' Rexhall Vision Class A Motorhome
for sale (Photos). This RV is on a 1999 Ford 6.8L Triton V-10
Chassis (Specs) with Banks Powerpack system. It has 71K miles
and is in excellent condition. On 11-22-2010 I had the Las Vegas Ford Truck Service Center
do a Multi-Point inspection (See Report) which included
brakes, tires, belts, hoses, and other systems. All items were rated in the green (checked
This RV is a single owner, non-smoking, non-pet,
very clean unit. It has always been stored in a covered space (out of the sun) and has
always had 1 to 2 exterior details a year (notice the reflections off the side walls in
the photos). The unique floorplan, which only uses 6' of
coach for the bedroom and bathroom, provides living space that only some 32' and larger
models can achieve. This, along with the large windows, results in a very open and roomy
coach in a small 27' package.
We bought this unit to primarily visit our
National and State parks. The 178" wheelbase allows for easy maneuvering (I can make
a complete U-Turn from where it is parked in the photos) while still providing a good
wheelbase-to-length ratio (the larger the ratio, the better the handling). This, coupled
with no slides, results in a coach that can get into campgrounds and sites that longer
coaches cannot. If you want to experience the beauty of our National Parks but don't want
to sleep on the hard ground in a cold tent, this is the RV for you!
On the other hand, this is a Class A in
"prestine" condition (in the words of our RV Dealer) which means you can stay in
the nicest and most luxurious RV resorts in the country. We have stayed in places like
Newport Dunes in Newport Beach Ca, Crown Villa in Bend OR, and Outdoor Resorts in Oregon
and Arkansas on many occasions.
This motorhome has many Standard and Optional
Manufacturer features (see Rexhall Brochure for complete
- Banks Powerpack system which gives up to 50
additional HP and 65 lb-ft of torque.
- One 13.5 BTU AC (new)
- 5.5 KW Generac Generator with only 101 hours on
- 20" front overhead television
- DVD player
- Hydraulic levelers
- Ducted forced-air furnace
- 3-burner range top
- 6 cu-ft Refrigerator
- 29 gal propane tank
- AM/FM stereo cassette
- Shurflo Gold Series Comfort Air fan
- Water accumulator tank
- Enclosed/insulated/heated holding tanks
- Driver Door
- 5000 lbs. hitch
- Power 2-step entry
- Firestone Ride-Rite air bags
- New day/night shades with optional black-out
material for blocking out those RV park floodlights.
- New front shade with black-out material.
- Power/Heated mirrors
- Black & White Rear Camera
- Roof ladder and luggage rack
- Steering Stabilizer
In addition to the manufacturer features, this
Motorhome also has these features:
- Complete Solar system allowing unlimited
boondocking (at least until you run out of water or sun). This consists of 2-80 watt solar
panels, 1200 W peak/1000 W continous inverter, 6 - 6v golf cart coach batteries, and an
efficient solar charger (see photo of charger). We have often gone a full week boondocking
and had fully charged batteries when we left. In places (like Yosemite) where there is no
sun available, the 6 batteries provide 2 to 4 days of power. The inverter is large enough
to run all appliances including the microwave (not necessarily at the same time) except
the AC. If AC is needed while boondocking, the generator must be used. A good
indication of how efficient this solar system is: our generator only has 101 hours on it!
The inverter is located in an outside storage bay but has an indoor on/off button located
above the refrigerator.
- SeeLevel II Tank Monitor. Most RV's have a
very simple method of measuring the holding and fresh water tank levels. They are
typically very inaccurate and usually give false readings. This tank monitoring system
provides accurate tank level information using a percentage of full readout and ends
fouling problems caused by debris build-up in the holding tanks. See http://www.rvgauge.com/products/model_709.shtml
for more information.
- One crank-up satellite dish and one KVH
automatic satellite dome (stationary) mounted on the roof. These can be used
individually for single satellite programming or together for two satellite programming. A
Dish Network model 311 receiver is included. It also has a cable hook-up jack. There is no
- Centramatic Dynamic Wheel Balancing system.
See http://centramatic.com/Home.aspx for
complete information. These insure your tires are always balanced, even if mud or ice
sticks to the wheels.
- BrakeMaster braking system by RoadMaster.
for complete information. Many states now require auxillary brake systems when
towing a car. This coach has the motorhome half of the BrakeMaster system installed, so
you would only have to buy the second car kit if you want a brake system. The car half is
NOT included and the tow bar and tow shield shown in some of the photos are NOT included.