2007 Fleetwood Bounder 35E – $44,800
66,700 Miles – River Rock Full Body Paint, Ford Triton V10, Standard (60×80) Queen Bed, 1 1/4 Baths, Large Shower, 2 Slides, Washer-Dryer, Electric/Propane 4 Door Refrigerator/Freezer with Ice-Maker, 40″ LED Flat Screen Smart TV and DVD Player, Lots of Storage in Basement and Living Space, Hellwig Anti-Sway Bars (Front-Rear) 5,000 Towing Capacity, 5.5 KW Onan Generator, 300 Watts Solar and Double Battery Banks, 1,000 watt Power Inverter, LED Interior Lights, LED Ground Effects Lights.
- VIN: 1F6NF53Y260A17980
- Unit ID #: 739E77171221
- Original 2007 Bounder Brochure – Check out all the cool features
Contact Tom Linley, firstname.lastname@example.org or 850-510-7818
This RV took us on an epic 25,000+ mile (another 20,000+ miles in the car) road trip of a lifetime throughout much of the US and Canada. This website has all sorts of stories and pictures of our adventures. This RV was a champ the whole 3 years we called it “Home” and never did we have any trip-altering issues. The Bounder has a strong reputation and the Ford V-10 (F550) performed flawlessly. It’s very clean and well-cared for (we’re the 2nd owners), we have all documentation and receipts since 2007. It’s a very livable RV with 1 1/4 baths, lots of storage and plenty of accessible space, even with the slides pulled in. With the large capacity water/grey/black tanks and the solar panels you can easily dry camp/boondock for several days without any hookups. This RV is ready for any road trip, check it out and see if this might be the RV to start your next adventure!
Three 100 Watt solar panels are installed on the roof and can be tilted, if desired. The solar charge controller is located in one of the bays and it regulates how much power goes to both sets of batteries. There is nothing for the user to do with the solar system except enjoy free power. The batteries need their water levels checked periodically. The RV has 2 battery banks, one set factory installed under the inside steps and the other set installed in 2017 in one of the storage bays.
The 50 amp shore power cord is semi-permanently installed on a hand-reel that makes set-up and moving very easy. The freshwater supply is also semi-permanently set up with a manifold so one incoming water line supplies the coach, one line feeds the black tank wash (there’s 3 separate back-flow preventers), and one line is for a garden hose for outside showers or washing the RV.
LIVING ROOM – KITCHEN
The 27” tube TV in the front of the coach was removed and the space transformed into a computer cabinet that is powered by 12VDC converted to 110VAC. Inside the computer cabinet there are connections to a cell phone booster antenna and Wi-Fi antenna that cranks to upright position and HDMI cable to the 40″ LED flat screen smart TV. This cabinet has an original See My America photo of sunset at Arcadia, Florida.
The 40″ LED flat screen smart TV is mounted on a heavy TV swivel-arm bracket attached to an aluminum plate that covers the window opposite the couch, a perfect location!
The Rayzar Automatic Amplified HDTV Antenna provides free TV. While there are limitations on the channels we typically get a few channels including local news and weather in most locations.
The Splendide washer-dryer is 1 1/2 year old and does a great job of keeping up with laundry without having to go to a laundromat.
BEDROOM – BATH
There is tons of wardrobe, vanity, and under bed storage with upgraded LED lighting.
We converted the space where the little TV was to a storage cabinet that has an auto off/on light. This cabinet has an original See My America photo of sunrise at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida.
The sink facets have been upgraded to residential style fixtures.
This RV is located in Yulee Florida at a RV Storage Yard and can be seen by appointment. There is a dehumidifier semi-permanently installed and operating in the bedroom to protect the RV from moisture issues…it’s Florida. 🙂