For Sale 1998 Chinook Concourse -Matte black

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For Sale 1998 Chinook Concourse -Matte black

Post by weeks21m »

Unfortunately I’m selling my 1998 Chinook Concourse LE. The majority of my travel is now international and it’s time for her to find a home where she can get some use. Let me know if you have any questions.

Miles 69,663

6.8 Liter V10
Located in Fort Worth, Texas
$43,400 obo

Add-ons / Pros

• Custom made front grille with hitch (can carry small motorcycle (I personally carry my mountain bikes)
• Kuat bicycle carrier (top of the line & holds 2 bicycles)
• Powder coated bumper and side step rails
• Rola dart rear cargo carrier with integrated brake lights (easily folds up when not in use)
• Rola waterproof cargo bag (I keep this on the rear cargo carrier)
• Viper Alarm (remote start, can control alarm with cell phone if you choose to. The range on this is amazing)
• Automatic door locks
• $1000+ Rigid Industries LED lights mounted on roof (2 large on front, 2 on sides, 1 rear) Great for extra light on back roads or to light up any side of a campsite.
• 200 Watt roof mounted solar panel
• Victron MPPT Solar charge controller (has bluetooth so you can check stats of solar via cellphone)
• Victron battery monitor (has bluetooth so can check stats on batteries via cell)
• WeBoost RV cell extender (allows you to have a stronger cell signal in more remote locations.
• Pioneer AVIC flagship NEX touch screen radio with GPS (you can also see all 5 cameras on this while driving, watch movies via firestick or DVD, and much more)
• Rear backup camera (also fed into Pioneer AVIC radio)
• 4 cameras with full night vision capability mounted on roof
• 9 inch LCD touch screen in living room to watch cameras. (this is one of my favorite functions as you can see all angles around you, even in complete darkness, while relaxing inside the RV)
• DVR for the cameras. (this records all 4 cameras so you have a record of everything that happens while you drive or are parked. You can even check the cameras from your cellphone anywhere in the world if you have the function enabled.
• Matte black vinyl wrap of RV body
• Handmade full blackout curtains for all windows inside RV
• Blackout Curtain that separates cab from coach. This lets you have privacy from people peering in through the front windshield, as well as allows you to isolate the AC/heat keeping the cab cooler while driving and the living area cooler when parked.
• Blackout curtain that separates the bathroom area from living room area. This allows you to have a private space in the rear of the coach when you come out of the shower/bathroom, as well as lets you keep the AC/heat in the living room area more efficiently.
• Yakima Roof cargo container
• Full size fantastic fan added to bathroom. (this allows twice the air flow when used with the second living room MaxAir (with remote) fan.
• Portable fantastic fan mounted in coach on a swivel bracket (where the tv normally goes). The tv can easily be reattached here if you prefer that.
• Sewer hose container attached under the RV (allows you to carry a more robust/longer sewer hose)
• New water pump
• New water heater
• New distribution panel
• New black and gray dump valves
• New Shore power plug
• Cab and coach AC just serviced
• Easy Start Module installed to coach AC (this allows the entire RV to run of a small Honda generator). I often carry my quiet Honda generator on the rear cargo carrier and use that instead of the Onan . This is great when I need to run the generator more discreetly or conserve fuel.
Including extras that I never got around to installing (Hella Driving lights, and just useful accessories).


• Built in Onan generator was serviced and worked on my last cross country trip during COVID, but wouldn’t recently start up after being stored. It needs serviced.

*TV/DVR combo (included) mounts where the fan currently is. Oven door can be reattached (I used the oven space as extra storage).

Please text me @ 979-587-1500 with any questions.
Last edited by weeks21m on August 12th, 2022, 5:15 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: For Sale 1998 Chinook Concourse -Matte black

Post by weeks21m »

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Re: For Sale 1998 Chinook Concourse -Matte black

Post by Jrp07f »

Truly awesome rig, bump for visibility and good luck with the sale.

Sorry to slightly derail, but the vinyl wrap looks awesome, would you mind sharing roughly how much it cost and where you got it done? Love the integration of the original chinook decals with the glossy areas on the rear.
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