2000 Chinook Concourse Project

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David
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2000 Chinook Concourse Project

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I have a 2000 Chinook Concourse that I have started restoration on. At this time I don’t think I will be able to finish. This project will save several thousands of dollars on the price of the coach for someone that has the skills and time to finish. I have on hand some new parts to be installed and all the old things taken out. The coach was purchased from an estate sale and driven about 250 miles to my shop, so does run and drive well.
If interested and want more information please email me (djyoung@hotmail.com) there is a lot to be done, but a lot has been done.
Will be asking approximately $15,000 OBO. Located in Cleburne, Texas.
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chin_k
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Re: 2000 Chinook Concourse Project

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You should be able to use the "Attachments" tab under the text window to add files for the photo. If you still have problem with posting pictures, contact Manitou for support. He usually is the one to blame when things do not go well on the forum ;)
2000 Concourse dinette, on 2000 6.8L Ford E350 Triton V-10 Chassis (built in 1999)
markatherton
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Re: 2000 Chinook Concourse Project

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What is mileage? What needs to be done to it?
chin_k
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Re: 2000 Chinook Concourse Project

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If I remember correctly, a lot of things inside were removed so it is a blank canvas and have more flexibility.
2000 Concourse dinette, on 2000 6.8L Ford E350 Triton V-10 Chassis (built in 1999)
Djyoung
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Re: 2000 Chinook Concourse Project

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markatherton wrote: February 6th, 2021, 8:33 am What is mileage? What needs to be done to it?
86K miles, complete upholstery needed, some wood work, flooring.
Chinnin-about
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Re: 2000 Chinook Concourse Project

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If I wasn't building our own house, and my diesel Chinook wasn't sitting for over a year waiting on its restoration, I would take this on. Looks like a great candidate.
Djyoung
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Re: 2000 Chinook Concourse Project ‘SOLD’

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SOLD
Djyoung
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Re: 2000 Chinook Concourse Project

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David wrote: February 4th, 2021, 4:26 pm 5A8E8603-27A2-4217-81EE-E34B28F01C0A.jpeg894C8B65-E9BB-430C-A6EC-1776E12503D5.jpeg
I have a 2000 Chinook Concourse that I have started restoration on. At this time I don’t think I will be able to finish. This project will save several thousands of dollars on the price of the coach for someone that has the skills and time to finish. I have on hand some new parts to be installed and all the old things taken out. The coach was purchased from an estate sale and driven about 250 miles to my shop, so does run and drive well.
If interested and want more information please email me (djyoung@hotmail.com) there is a lot to be done, but a lot has been done.
Will be asking approximately $15,000 OBO. Located in Cleburne, Texas.
SOLD
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