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Thor / Grand Junction 35TRE 39’ Fifth Wheel Trailer Tiny Home - $12,500 (Grass Valley)

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condition: fair
size / dimensions: 39ft
I’m done and over it. Offering up at a below Super low wholesale price beautiful 39 foot fifth wheel. I personally lived in this trailer for 4 years in Rocklin and it was great. I was never to cold or hot and found it very comfortable for full time living.

I paid $22000 from (I have the records and all original paperwork for the trailer) the original owner 4 years ago, upgrades rrp would be at least 8k! New this level of trailer is well north of 70k.

With minimal elbow grease this will make a superb and beautiful home for someone. Save thousands to do a little yourself. Priced to go at lowest in nation for this model.

The Good:
39 feet, big for a fifth wheel and very functional full time livable
Updated 2k on demand Suburban water heater
Updated American Leather pull out sofa bed with a 3.5k rrp
Updated separate full washer and dryer at 1.5k rrp
Updated work desk and chair at $600
Updated newer tires (properly highly rated durable tires with little tread wear) rrp $800
Updated high quality vinyl plank flooring. Also comes with extra floor boards to finish touch up work.
Updated vinyl plank flooring with extra floor boards to finish final touches.
Comes with 2 extra large Propane Tanks and 2 normal smaller ones (nice to have back ups filled on hand)
King Size bed capability (no bed at current moment, you choose your own)
Renovation of paint vs old style wall paper in progress (you finish)
Comes with a Gallon of premium white Sherwin Williams paint and also new unused high quality wall paper for accent highlights. Also has quality wood baseboards and wall rail highlights to install ($300 worth)

The Bad:
1. Needs 1 motor for the living room slide to be replaced. It functions on one side and I manually push the other side in and so still fully workable.
Approximate cost to fix: Calling Lippert today to find what motor replacement cost is.
2. Needs the large front canvas awning cover replaced (not the actual fully functional awning frame which works as it should). You might also just do all of them as they are the original canvas awnings.
Approximate Cost to fix: $2-300.
3. The TV cabinet in the living room area needs a TV and the lift opening for the TV to go up and down through needs a cover (a simple wood, Formica, marble etc… cover where the TV goes up and down). I took out what I considered was a super cheesy picture frame top cover and just placed a nice piece of walnut wood to cover the opening and also to place a 55” TV in vs the shitty 42” one from 2009 that was in it).
Approximate cost to fix: $100 for a beautiful board and whatever level TV you want to use. The lift frame in the cabinet still works but only holds a 42” TV).
4. Needs to be washed to remove dirt and debris. Not to bad.

It is fully liveable as is.
Great for fully liveable full time trailer, travel trailer or guest house or teen tiny home for a property. It could easily rent for $1000+ per month on a property.

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