729 Portland Rd. US Route 1
Saco, ME 04072
Used 2012 Skyline Nomad Joey Select 241
This Used Nomad Joey Select Travel Trailer Has A Single Slide-Out Featuring The Sofa. The Dinette Is In The Rear At The Left Corner With A Large Picture Window On The Side Of It & Behind It. Across The Rear Wall Is A TV Shelf With A Built-In Stereo. The Kitchen Has A Double Kitchen Sink With High Spout Faucet, 3-Burner Range With Oven, Double Door Refrigerator, Microwave & Exhaust Hood With Fan And Light. There Is A Wardrobe Adjacent To The Bedroom Plus Cabinets Around The Queen Bed. The Bathroom Has A Shower, Lav. Sink, Linen Cabinet & Toilet. There Is Outside Storage, Dual LP Tanks With Cover, Porch Light, Outside Speakers, 14' Awning, Spare Tire With Carrier & Cover, TV Antenna, 13.5K BTU Central Ducted A/C, 25K BTU LP Furnace, 6 Gallon Gas Water Heater With Bypass, 78" Interior Height, 36 Gallon Fresh Water Capacity, 31 Gallon Gray Water Capacity, 40 Gallon Black Water Capacity, Electric Brakes, 55 Amp Power Converter, Cable TV, & Much More.
This Trailer Sleeps 6 & Weighs 4540lbs. This Trailer Qualifies For A Service Plan.
|Length||28 ft 1 in|
|Ext Width||8 ft|
|Ext Height||10 ft 2 in|
|Int Height||6 ft 6 in|
|Hitch Weight||575 lbs|
|Gross Weight||6200 lbs|
|Dry Weight||4700 lbs|
|Cargo Weight||1325 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||36 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||31 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||40 gals|
|Furnace BTU||25000 btu|
PhilosophySkyline is committed to producing the best products at the best prices. We have earned a reputation for uncompromising integrity in all of our relationships with communities, retailers, suppliers and with the hundreds of thousands of Americans who live in Skyline-built homes and enjoy Skyline-built RVs.About SkylineAt both the divisional and corporate levels, we continue to stress the importance of increasing our knowledge of the preferences of Skyline home customers and prospective customers.Founded in 1951 in Elkhart, Indiana, Skyline initially produced the affordable housing units popularly known as house trailers or mobile homes. These units evolved into today's manufactured and modular housing. In 1960, we opened our first travel trailer plant.