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Old 09-28-2019, 11:34 PM   #1
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2007 Gulfstream Super C Diesel

Looking at buying rv been totally refit inside, how do the Duramax diesel and what chassis was typically used? Anything I should be looking for or problems with this particular unit, guys asking $32k so seems like a good deal or to good to be true? 45k miles
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Old 09-29-2019, 10:22 AM   #2
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I'd wonder why it was totally refit inside? Water/flood damage? Hurricane? Insurance refit maybe?
Water intrusion is the bane of the RV world.
Other than that, I have no idea why it's so cheap at such low mileage - it is 13 chassis years old, is it?

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Old 10-01-2019, 11:09 AM   #3
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We had a 06 but with the gas engine. Sold it about 2 years ago with 22k miles on it. We did a lot of close weekend trips.
It was a great rv.. Don't know why they would redo the interior either.
The 6340 model that we had held 100 gals of fresh water.. That was awesome.
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Old 10-07-2019, 11:58 PM   #4
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It might be priced a tad low, but that all depends on the 'devil in the details' as Winterbagoe already mentioned. Definately check for any sign of water intrusions, and that all the appliances and systems are in good shape etc. My front engine diesel is the same age, and exact same mileage, and I expect is worth in the mid 30K's (U.S.). Check the maintenance history of the diesel as well, and having a shop (Chev) do a full scan would be useful.

I'm not sure what makes that unit a Super C, but you didn't mention what chassis its on or length. Super C's of that age were usually in Chev's larger chassis or perhaps a Freightliner. Mine is the more common E-450.
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Old 10-14-2019, 07:42 AM   #5
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A super c is built on a truck cab and frame. Not a van chassis. The super c will typically have a solid front axle and a tilt away hood. The minimum gvwr is 19000 lbs.
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Gulfstream had two super 'C' motorhomes back in those days. One was the Super Nova on a Freightliner Chassis and I forget the other, probably built on the GM 5500 chassis with the Duramax engine. (Edit - the name of the other Super 'C' is Conquest)

Anyway I looked at these several times back in 2007/2008. There was a dealer close that is now out of business.

Check the spaghetti wiring and note these were not the best built super 'C's.

Super 'C's with be bigger than the regular class 'C' and will have a diesel engine. Think Haulmark, Jayco Embark, Renegade and Super Nova. They compete with class 'A' diesel pushers but can tow 15,000lbs vs the Class 'A' of 10,000lbs.
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Old 10-15-2019, 09:20 AM   #7
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Gulfstream also made the Endura on the c5500 gm chassis back in 07 - o8. There are some gas powered super CS as well.
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edenns knows his super 'C' motorhomes. Good memory...that is it. The Endura.

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