For sale is 2016 American Coach Allegiance 42G Class A Coach, Tag axle, Bath and a Half, Diesel Pusher. If you are in a market for a luxury coach you know about American Coach exceptional built quality. This coach is on a Freightliner XCM- Series Chassis, with 450HP ISL Cummins engine and Allison 6 speed 3000 MH automatic transmission. Is approximately 43 feet long, has 3 slides with one full wall slide, Has 50,765 miles on it, 150 gallon fuel tank, 100 gallon fresh, 60 gallon grey and 40 gallon black. GVWR weight is 47,000. Coach features front independent suspension, and 15k tow hitch, Gerard integrated in to roof awnings, exterior window awnings, 3 Cameras, All electric shades, 450D aqua-hot system, Solid counters, serenity max series memory foam mattress, Dishwasher, Heated tile Floors, All electric coach with all new chassis and house batteries, exterior entertainment system, laundry, lots of led lighting inside with Awning lighting, 4 TVs, new batteries, Built in Onan 10,00K diesel generator with 1317 hours on it.
The coach has a California Salvage Title due to fresh water damage. Water got a few inches into the compartment. Everything has been inspected on the coach and works. Coach runs and drives great, has no warning lights on, everything work like it should. Coach was driven from Florida after the flood and is now located in Rocklin California. Coach is sold AS-IS by a dealer. It is currently not registered. All California Residents must pay Sales tax on purchase price, rate based on where unit is registered, varies. Feel free to make me a reasonable offer and call me or text with any additional questions at 916-343-3437 Paul Thank you!
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*California Residents must pay Sales tax on purchase price, varies by residence.
**Registration is not included but can provide to CA residents for additional charge, including DMV fees.
***Brake & Lamp charge is required for registration $265
*****Delivery charge is not included but available for additional fee with a Referred Transport Service