Krystal Koach Super C
Not that anyone here is probably interested, but since it's more like a yacht inside than a motor coach, seems like a good place to post it regardless. Low NADA book is $137k. $94,999 firm.
Heck, here's the link to a bunch of pics: https://picasaweb.google.com/1114310...O2f2NP7ldGqlQE
Here's the pitch: Krystal Koach Krystal 30, Unique and luxurious. Krystal was the largest manufacturer of luxury limousines and limo buses. In 2008 Krystal put their knowledge to work building luxury RVs. Rare and generally commands a healthy ransom. LOW NADA book value is $137,885 and many of the options aren't listed. Current Oregon plates/tags. recently installed a new A6 Tracvision in-motion satellite system and new Trojan 130 AH house batts (three). Like a Dynaquest, Dynamax, or Isata, but nicer with solid cherry wood throughout, tile, Optima leather roof and walls, air sealed slides, honeycomb core fiberglass shell with 1 x1 square steel tubing structure (one strong RV unlike most others). Well insulated and tinted double pane crank-out windows. Ford F-550 (F550) XLT V-10 (3-valve) chassis (much more robust than an E-Series chassis), Krystal's Ring of Steel construction, 102 wide body, remote controlled Carrier Air Conditioner/heat pump (ducted), LG gas furnace (remote control), HWH auto leveling jacks, HWH slides with air seals (no slide awning toppers or slide wipers that leak or let dust in), 5500 watt Onan generator, 20 gal frame mounted propane tank, 40 gal water tank, carpet and tile flooring, ceramic air flush toilet, Karadon counter tops and table, 32 flat screen, Sony home theater surround sound, 15 12v LCD TV in bedroom, horseshoe dinette converts into a bed, stainless steel marine stove top, microwave/convection combo, 8CU fridge-freezer, solid cherry cabinets with Hafele hardware, huge Gerard 2000 power awning with high wind auto retract, Banks exhaust, Link Manufacturing Ultraride rear air suspension, 3 on-board air compressors with two tanks, electric step, air actuated stepwell cover (yes, pus a button and the step well is covered creating more floor space), 19.5 Alcoa wheels with Michelin XZE tires, shower with skylight, 2 power roof fans, dimmable zone lighting, two remote generator switches, queen bed, storage inside, under-body storage, tow command and tow hitch, near new (2012) Pioneer in-dash Nav/DVD/CD/AM/FM, 2000 watt Xantrex inverter, Intellitec controls, monitors,light panels. rear camera, addition storage under queen bed, etc, etc, etc. 11'4 height (top of sat dome). Not too big, and not too small. The interior is very similar to a luxury yacht and several of the components are from the yacht market. It's very classy and luxurious. Titled as 2008 (custom build order 8/07). Sleeps 3-4. No dealers/brokers. If truly interested, you must come view and purchase in-person only. Will pick up from PDX and will reimburse the actual cost of a single airfare up to $500 upon purchase of our RV as advertised. Again, this needs to be viewed and purchased in person only and I will not let our coach head down the road until funds have cleared (wire from a US bank to my bank is probably best). 24,000 miles, but miles will increase as we continue to use our coach. The asking price is considerably far below low book value, so the price is firm. Thanks!
Do you pull your boat with it? If so how does it work for you? Particularly do you launch the boat with it and how well does that work?
No, no and no, although it does have a backup camera. I use my pickup for the boat as our launch isn't far from home (no need for an RV except for the rare trip across the state to Lake Owyhee, for which I used my pickup). I do pull our race trailer, which weighs about the same when loaded with five bikes, fuel, full sized stocked tool box, gear and spares, etc. Backing it up is easy peasy. Going up steep grades, it's slower going with that load (not as slow as semis, but slower than cars). Being from TX, I can say even in the Hill Country, TX is relatively flat to what we pull here. This trailer weighs around 3,400 empty, if I remember correctly. I don't care too much for the hitch, being used to the Super Hitch on my pickup, but it works fine.
I can't remember the grade, and although you can't see the road in the pic, driving to the top of that ridge to get to the track is a 45mph affair with the race trailer fully loaded, if not flogging it. The suggested speed for some of the curves is only 45, so it does okay. So to answer your question, finally, no, we've never pulled our boat with it as we use our pickup, but it would work just fine and if the launch is wide enough, then launching shouldn't be an issue at all.
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