Motorhome Sold In One Day!

Life is full of change. Back in 2015 we bought a motorhome and in 2016 we decided that we would sell our home in Ohio, quit work, buy a motorhome, and hit the road.

If you’ve followed this blog for any length of time you know that we’ve had a lot of new and wonderful experiences, saw sights that we never imagined we’d visit, and made a lot of fantastic new friends, a lot of which we stay in touch with to this day. We really are so thankful that we had the courage to make the big step back in 2016.

But we’ve decided it’s time to make another change. We’ve not lived in the coach full time since early 2022. And since we are not living in the coach full-time, we’ve decided to buy a smaller travel trailer or 5th wheel that we can leave on our lot in Arizona and just become “Sno-birds” and either drive the car or fly back and forth from Arizona to Ohio.

To that end, we are putting our beautiful 2002 Airstream motorhome up for sale. If you happen to know somebody who might be interested, feel free to send them this link.

Asking $40,000

2002 Airstream 365XC 36′ Diesel Motorhome – $40,000 (SOLD)

Here’s more detailed information:

2002 Airstream 365 XC Diesel Pusher Motorhome For Sale

Beautiful full body Sherwin Williams Auto paint w/ 3 layers clear coat 

(3 colors green, 1 gold small stripe)

36’ length, 2 slides, Freightliner XC chassis, Caterpillar 3126 300hp diesel engine

Just over 100,000 original miles (avg under 5,000 miles per year)

See separate Airstream Freightliner chassis data sheet included with this information

See separate 365 XL Floor plan included with this information

See separate 365 XC Standard Features sheet included with this information

  • 95 gallon fuel tank (fill from EITHER side)
  • 70 gallon fresh water tank
  • 52 gallon gray tank
  • 52 gallon black tank
  • 10 gallon hot water heater 110vac or propane fired with Motorade
  • Cummins Onan 8000 watt diesel generator located in front drawer w/ 3 location remote start/stop switch (cockpit, kitchen, bedroom)
  • 110 vac engine block heater (switchable from the bedroom)
  • Vinyl plank flooring in living room and bedroom
  • Ceramic tile flooring in kitchen and bath
  • Pocket doors separating kitchen from bath and bath from bedroom
  • (2) 13,500 BTU Penguin ducted a/c units w/ heat pumps
  • (3) Roof mounted Fantastic Fan vents with hinged smoke covers (kitchen, toilet, bedroom)
  • (3) Skylights – 1 in kitchen/living area, 1 in bathroom, 1 in shower
  • (6) 200 watt solar panels on roof, (2) Blue Sky controllers,  (2) 100 amp hour Battle Born Lithium batteries
  • 30” Samsung Flat Screen TV w/ surround sound 
  • (4) large basement storage compartments (2 each side) & (2) smaller basement storage compartments (1 each side at rear)
  • 105# propane tank with Extend-A-Stay adapter installed
  • All solid oak cabinetry throughout
  • All polished brass lighting fixtures and cabinet hardware has been updated to burnished bronze
  • Real leather (not vinyl or pleather) captains chairs & jackknife sofa excellent condition
  • Upholstered residential grade swivel rocker-recliner
  • Dinette table extends with stored leaf underneath (includes 2 oak upholstered dining chairs
  • Solid oak Amish made window boxes conceal MCD style day and nite roller shades on all windows
  • Motorized roller day and night shades on front window
  • Custom made ShadePro sunscreens for windshield and front side windows
  • Spring loaded pull-down outside acrylic (cloth) shades on all windows.
  • All windows are shade tinted and double pane for energy efficiency
  • Heated basement wet bays and water tanks
  • 13’ road side slide holds couch and kitchen range/microwave/convection oven and sink
  • 5’ curb side slide holds clothes closet and drawers below
  • Custom made black vinyl bra to protect the front from stone chips when highway driving
  • Electronic (customizable) dash on an 8” table for instant reference of engine operation
  • TireEez 10 tire TPMS system provides constant monitoring of coach and toad pressure & temp