(PRICE DROP)2014 Kimberley karavan Limited Edition for sale

WFOORBUST

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The time has come that we find we need to make a change from our KK trailer to an RV! We need the ability to tow our toys (SXS and motorcycles) with us. We are also looking at some extended travel across the US (8 months to a year) and feel that a change is needed. We bought this from the original owners on this site a few years ago.

Working on pictures.

$62,000..... Price drop: $58,000 We are located in Northern California about one hour South/East of Sacramento. If you are serious a text with a short message will work best, I will call you back ASAP. I will try to watch this thread for questions the best I can. Gary two 0 nine 304-0114.

Google is your friend, many youtube videos out there as well. Please do your homework, this trailer was almost a 100k new and has over 10k in upgrades. New this trailer today would cost you nearly 120k. This trailer has the bunk beds that have never been used, I set them up for pictures, otherwise they have been in plastic since new. Outside kitchen has a partner gas stove as well as a weber BBQ, we have never cooked inside. I added some additional outside LED lights, and there is plenty of storage. The cassette toilet can be accessed from the same side of the trailer as the door and is very easy to use/dump.
This trailer has six solar panels and four lithium batteries, we have never run out of power, but if you did, we would include a Honda 2000W generator. Also included are inside and outside showers, wind skirt and Bedouin awning.

Other up-grades from original owner.
Webasto (not a cheap Chinese model) diesel air heater with thermostat control, works amazingly well.
Victron Blue Smart IP67 Charger
Victron Smart Solar charge controller MPPT 100/30
Microwave (original owner liked popcorn before bed)
Second Fantastic fan
Extreme OffRoad (XO) trailer jack/jockey wheel (upgrade from original).
Cook Partner 2-burner propane outdoor stove.
Custom-built additional storage inside
Upgraded wheel seals and bearing collars.

Note: Interior height is 6'10", plenty of room for most.
Interior cook top (Webasto) is diesel powered as well as the on demand hot water heater.
Does not have AC but the wiring is in the ceiling and only requires the removal of one fan to install.
We upgraded the flooring to a brighter color and like it much better than the original, easy to change.
Also up graded to Method wheels and Toyo mud terrian tires.
All wheel bearings, wheel studs and lug nuts change at the same time.
Two spare airbags included as well as all propane lines, tanks and accessories.


Everything works as it should, the only thing that needs repair is one airbag fitting ($10), it has a slow leak. I should have a replacement fitting shortly.
Decals are faded but can be purchased in AU. If you are serious about one of these trailers join KK owners' group for all of the information you need.

Not looking to trade as we have very specific needs in what we want in an RV.
 

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WFOORBUST

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dpickaz

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The time has come that we find we need to make a change from our KK trailer to an RV! We need the ability to tow our toys (SXS and motorcycles) with us. We are also looking at some extended travel across the US (8 months to a year) and feel that a change is needed. We bought this from the original owners on this site a few years ago.

Working on pictures.

$62,000..... We are located in Northern California about one hour South/East of Sacramento. If you are serious a text with a short message will work best, I will call you back ASAP. I will try to watch this thread for questions the best I can. Gary two 0 nine 304-0114.

Google is your friend, many youtube videos out there as well. Please do your homework, this trailer was almost a 100k new and has over 10k in upgrades. New this trailer today would cost you nearly 120k. This trailer has the bunk beds that have never been used, I set them up for pictures, otherwise they have been in plastic since new. Outside kitchen has a partner gas stove as well as a weber BBQ, we have never cooked inside. I added some additional outside LED lights, and there is plenty of storage. The cassette toilet can be accessed from the same side of the trailer as the door and is very easy to use/dump.
This trailer has six solar panels and four lithium batteries, we have never run out of power, but if you did, we would include a Honda 2000W generator. Also included are inside and outside showers, wind skirt and Bedouin awning.

Other up-grades from original owner.
Webasto (not a cheap Chinese model) diesel air heater with thermostat control, works amazingly well.
Victron Blue Smart IP67 Charger
Victron Smart Solar charge controller MPPT 100/30
Microwave (original owner liked popcorn before bed)
Second Fantastic fan
Extreme OffRoad (XO) trailer jack/jockey wheel (upgrade from original).
Cook Partner 2-burner propane outdoor stove.
Custom-built additional storage inside
Upgraded wheel seals and bearing collars.

Note: Interior height is 6'10", plenty of room for most.
Interior cook top (Webasto) is diesel powered as well as the on demand hot water heater.
Does not have AC but the wiring is in the ceiling and only requires the removal of one fan to install.
We upgraded the flooring to a brighter color and like it much better than the original, easy to change.
Also up graded to Method wheels and Toyo mud terrian tires.
All wheel bearings, wheel studs and lug nuts change at the same time.
Two spare airbags included as well as all propane lines, tanks and accessories.


Everything works as it should, the only thing that needs repair is one airbag fitting ($10), it has a slow leak. I should have a replacement fitting shortly.
Decals are faded but can be purchased in AU. If you are serious about one of these trailers join KK owners' group for all of the information you need.

Not looking to trade as we have very specific needs in what we want in an RV.
Interested. Have you sold yet?
 

Workhorse

Observer
These Kimberley's are absolutely the bee's knees. Best out there in my opinion. Good luck with your sale OP, wish I was in the position to grab it.
 

WFOORBUST

Active member
Really want to sell before winter sets in. If you're interested make a reasonable offer, I will work with the right person. I'm not desperate or have to sell, but my parking is pretty full, not much room for an RV.
 

WFOORBUST

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Still for sale, I have several interested people but no deposit yet. She's ready for spring and a new owner.
 

Nick66

New member
Hi Gary. You mentioned spare airbags so I’m assuming the rig has air suspension. Is this correct.
Nick.
 

WFOORBUST

Active member
Sorry for the late reply, I've been riding in Baja for the last month, but I'm home now. I had it weighed when I registered it in California, and it was about 4200 pounds with half full tanks and most of our camping gear. If I remember correctly, on the build sheet it is listed as 3200 lb.'s, dry I'm guessing.
 

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