We’ve got sort of an unusual thing in stock (unusual for us, at least): a 2012 Keystone Outback Travel Trailer.
2012 Keystone Outback Travel Trailer
We took it in as a local trade-in (Canton NC, if I’m correct, but it may have been somewhere else in Western North Carolina) a couple of weeks ago, and it’s in like new condition – the previous owner had only taken it on four trips (ever!). It’s got space for three flat-screen TVs with satellite hookups, including one outside, next to the propane grill/entertainment center/outdoor sink. This trailer comes with a queen size bed, as well as additional space for two other people.
This would be a great trailer for grandparents who want to take the grandkids on vacation with them (just think how many favors the parents would owe you!) or for two couples who like to vacation together.
This travel trailer is a bumper pull, so you won’t need a gooseneck or fifth wheel hitch – just a regular ol’ F-150 will be able to pull this trailer (Gross Vehicle Weight = 8200 Lbs).
We’re asking $19,922 for it, which is a significant savings (over $4,000 off!) off of the suggested price of $23,995.
We’ve put together a video tour of this trailer, so you can see inside for yourself:
Here’s the inventory detail page: 2012 Keystone Outback Travel Trailer
We are partnering with Macaroni Kid of Waynesville to host a Back-to-School Supply Drive for needy families in our area!
Between now and Saturday August 17th, bring your donation of School Supplies (see the list below for needed items!) to Ken Wilson Ford, and we will give you a voucher for
$10 off a Standard Oil Change!
Ask for Eric, Frank or Heather from the Internet department, and they will give you the voucher.
Here’s a list of the items needed:
- Notebooks and Folders
- Paper, Pens, and Pencils
- Clothing (Boys and Girls)
- Gluesticks, Glue, Colored Pencils, and other Craft supplies
For more information, visit:
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