||I live in the Chicago area. After over 23 years with my Toyota Mirage, I'm thinking it's time to upgrade to something newer and more spacious, and the Vista/Sunstar seems the best choice for me and my garage door size. Please email me direct.
Once I've got one, my Toyota Mirage will be for sale. We've owned it since new. It's been garage kept except for it's first 5 years. It's has a 4-speed manual transmission & 22R 2.2Liter 4-cylinder carburated engine. It has around 104,000 miles, with true-dual rear axle, air suspension with on-board compressor, all upgraded in 1995. No A/C of any kind. It is a basic cab & RV without power robbing options. Not even power steering. I ordered the RV with weight & fuel economy in mind, and better handling, and mechanical simplicity. It does have a 2nd battery, 110v power, and converter, etc. for lighting & outlets. Also has CD radio up front and cassette radio in rear. It still gets the same 18.5MPG round trip (beginninng to end of a 4000 trip) vacationing combined highway, city, mountains etc. It gets 20mpg on the highway at 55mph, but that is only a piece of a trip. I don't go over 60mph myself. It is NOT self contained. It is the rear entry design with step bumper, and no appliances, with only the stock cabinetry and molded in sink in the counter. It used to be a manual pump-lever faucet but now is electric using a windshield washer pump. My ice chest is stored where a refridgerator would normally go. All cushions & bed foam & fabric are like brand new. The automotive fabric walls and ceiling needs to be replaced as it is separating. The vehicle is in great mechanical and cosmetic shape otherwise. No rust on the front Toyota cab. Never in an accident. The rear RV cap is a one piece seamless construction, so there are surely no leaks. No creeks or rattles either. I had planned to take out the interior and have the walls sprayed with Line-X, a colored bedliner rubber material, but never got around to it. Asking price not yet determined. Open to hear offers.