2005 Freightliner FS 65 TITLED AS MOTORHOME C7 Cat with upgraded ECM for more power from factory, cruises comfortably at 70mph, Allison 2500pts, Tires and brake 80%, engine, transmission and rear end serviced in last 1000 miles, Undercarriage sandblasted, etch primed and epoxy painted, (was rust free before paint and wanted to keep it that way) 5/8 pintle plate with 2.5″ receiver capable of towing 15k lbs comfortably.
Two windows removed on each side, All remaining windows tinted with ceramic tint to keep heat out. Marine grade primed and painted with base coat clear coat paint, taillights changed out to led flush mount, headlights led, led lighting all around for camping or parking at night, underbody storage with on board 3500 watt propane generator, 29.3 gallon underbody propane tank. Screens in side windows. 14ft power awning. Power door with key tumbler for easy locking.
Drivers seat upgraded to air ride legacy seat, Leather jackknife sofas drop down to queen size bed, Butcher block table, 3 way fridge, on demand tankless gas water heater, all plumbing done with pex, 12v pump and city water hookups, spray foam insulation with cedar ceiling and recessed led lights, foam board on floor with plywood and floating floor on top. Tile shower with exposed copper plumbing and cooper ceiling, Hammered cooper kitchen sink, Gas 3 burner stove, Microwave, flat screen TV, maple cabinets built by local cabinet shop, tons of overhead storage, 110v rooftop A/C and 12v wall mounted A/C, Curtains on stainless wire tracks for easy open and close.
30 amp service to plug into shore power or run off onboard 3500watt propane Generator, 110v only needed for rooftop A/C or microwave everything else ran off 12v. 35 Gallons fresh water, 30 gallons grey water and 35 gallons black, Set up to dump grey into black tank if space is needed or to flush black tank, also has traditional drains and black water hose flush, and separate grey water drain if in area that allows it. 29.3 gallons propane tank underbody. 3 large heavy duty batteries for running engine and also all 12v fixtures off grid. Batteries charge off engine or 30 amp inverter when plugged into shore power or generator.