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jwhawkridge

This 2006 Jayflight is in excellent condition! We bought it last year and lived in it while we built a new house. Now, were ready to sell it! Features include: dual pop outs (dining table/couch and dual rear bunks), AC, full bathroom, fridge/freezer, queen size master bed (upgraded mattress), surround sound, furnace, propane tanks included, ample cabinetry space, roll out awning, 175 feet of extension cord, and access ladder for the rear bunks. The only issues are: the linoleum cracked during the big freeze last winter and the sensor on the black water tank reads as full. Cash or MO only.  Asking 7800$

 

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Price reduced: 6500$

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