2000 American Dream 40′ Model DS
, 2 slides,
350 Cummins, Allison 6 speed transmission, Awnings all around
w/new Carefree 20 ft. Patio Awning, leather 6-way driver and co-pilot
seats, leather sofa, computer desk w/leather recliner, rear vision camera
w/audio, CB radio, 2 TV’s, front TV down w/power lift, large L-shaped
kitchen and sofa slide out, dinette w/2 chairs and 2 folding chairs, 12 cu.ft. 4 door fridge, Micro-wave w/convection oven, 3 burner gas range
w/oven, ultra-filter drinking water faucet, Corian counter & table tops
thru-out, Ceramic tile floor in kitchen & bath, washer/dryer, split bath,
glass shower & tub enclosure , ward-robe slide out in bedroom, medium oak
cabinets & wood work thru-out, double pane windows, day-nite pleated
shades, 3 fantastic vent fans w/roof covers, gas/elec 10 gal water heater,
2 ducted AC’s, 2 furnaces, Catalytic space heater, 10 disc CD unit, VCR/DVD,
50 Amp service, 7500 watt diesel generator, 4 house batteries, 2 new
chassis batteries w/solar charger, 2 large, 120 watts each, roof mounted solar
panels w/solar boost, Hughes 50 Amp surge & voltage controller, Power
source mgr, 2000 watt inverter and 2 roof mounted ACs.

Cummins engine is equipped with Amsoil 1 micron Oil filters and Amsoil
extended change lube-oil, 150 Gal. fuel, 100 gal fresh water, 60 gal grey,
40 gal black tanks, full body paint, large insulated & heated
basement storage, 4 basement slide-out trays, 100 lb. freezer in storage
bay,  new Toyo 295/75R 22.5 tires, 10,000 lb. hitch w/Blu-Ox 10,000 ;lb.
tow-bar, remote spot-lite, exterior cell-phone antenna, elec trailer brake
controller, altimeter, and a SMI towed vehicle brake system.

The Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) is 32,000 pounds on a Spartan
Chassis. Gross Combined Weight Rating is 42,000 pounds.

New in 2000: $258,000.





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Updates to our coach:


  • Rooftop KVH R6 automatic satellite dome
  • “Watts” Adjustable 263A Water Regulator, 2″ diameter 0-160 gauge,
    4-4.5 gpm

  • TravelSoft 1200 water softener
  • Auto Start Generator System


  • See-Level II external tank sensors
  • Wired outside entertainment with stereo system and LCD TV
  • Outside ref/freezer Budweiser bottle opener (hehe)
  • Cannon Rebel XTi with 18-55mm and Sigma70-300mm Lens

Cleaning Our Coach:


We use Eagle One’s “Wax As U Dry” and “NanoWax” on our
coach.

We hardly ever use soap to wash it. Most of the time we use a spray bottle of water,
Wax As U Dry, NanoWax

and a MICROFIBER towels to wipe it down with.
After every trip we make, we
clean the outside of the rig, unless it’s raining or about to rain.


We do a full treatment of the exterior 1 or 2 times a year with NuFinsh
polish
to protect it.


Our last tip is to use a “California Duster” between cleanings. You
will be surprised how a simple dusting will keep it looking great.

Oh and we use “Met-ALL” Polish on the coach rims.