2004 Chinook Premier V10

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SMan
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2004 Chinook Premier V10

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I will be listing my 2004 Premier locally for sale soon and as a long time member I felt I should mention it here before I list it locally. We live in Washington state 30 miles north of Seattle.

I am almost 70 and facing a number of health issues and can no longer maintain our Chinook as it should be. We last used it during the pandemic as our mobile dinning room when we couldn't dine in.

Here are the specifics:
2004 Premier with the V-10 Just under 40,000 original miles. (It was bought new by my cousin and her husband and we are the 2nd owners 10+ yrs) It has the Millennium (swoopy) paint scheme. Overall in very good condition for a 20 yr old RV but needs a spring detail. It is pictured on the banner page in the snow with my Jeep Wrangler in front.

It has a mostly original tan interior with dinette and jacknife sofa with no rips.

Upgrades include Flat screen TV, touch screen DVD AM/FM USB stereo in the coach, rear view camera, hotel safe under dinette, Progressive charging system, Dinosaur refer board. It has a power leveling system but does not work. I started the generator in February and it ran fine under load.

It has been winterized for 2+ years. (Tanks drained and water lines blown out)

Mechanically it runs good with just under 40K mi. Had all plugs replaced 3+ years back. Batteries repl. 2+ years, tires 6-7 yrs+/-. Brakes done around at 20K mi.

I am struggling a bit physically so I'll offer it as/is at $25k. I may have it detailed/worked on locally at which I'll be looking at $30K+

I can be messaged here on the board if there is any interest or questions. I'll try to update with pictures soon.

Thanks, Steve






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Re: 2004 Chinook Premier V10

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Steve,
I have been a long time follower(lurker) of this forum. I have just registered on the forum but their guidelines will not allow me to PM you until I have participated on the forum. I am local(Anacortes) and I am interested in your Premier. Please PM me.
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Re: 2004 Chinook Premier V10

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Kevin,
Sent you a PM
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Re: 2004 Chinook Premier V10

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Steve,
Apparently site restrictions are keeping me from sending a PM reply. My reply is stuck in the Outbox. Frustrating…….
Please call me at two zero two five two five seven. You know the area code.
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Re: 2004 Chinook Premier V10

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Is this still available?
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Re: 2004 Chinook Premier V10

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Unfortunately my wife has been in the ICU this last week and I really don't have time to show our Chinook at this time. Thanks for your understanding.
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Re: 2004 Chinook Premier V10

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SMan,

I'm not inquiring about your Premier, I have one myself, on Bainbridge, across from Seattle. Just wanted to say that I hope the best for you and your Spouse presently. I'll be 76 y.o. real soon, so I know about the stuff that can happen to us. Best wishes.

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Re: 2004 Chinook Premier V10

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Roly,
Thanks so much for your kind words. She is now in a rehab facility. We had our 44th anniversary in April. She's never had any major illnesses or ever been hospitalized until this. We do remain hopeful for a meaningful recovery. ---Steve
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