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Old 11-18-2014, 08:31 PM   #1
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2011 Escape 19 for sale

When we ordered Aubergine, we got almost all the extras available at the time (except the audio), and have continually added to her, as options became available. However, our needs changed, so we bought a gigantic RV for fulltiming, and we are selling our petite Aubergine.

Aubergine is an excellent boondocking trailer – she has:
- all the extra insulation & tinted thermal windows
- heat tape-wrapped tanks & valves, with sprayfoam insulation covering
- all LED lights, in & out
- extra 12v outlets in & out
- dual deep-cycle 6V batteries (new Aug 2013)
- hard-wired 95W solar panel on roof
- extra LED floodlights on all side
- extra LED tail lights
- vents throughout all cupboards
- extra access door by entrance
- extra exterior hatch
- front fibreglass storage box
- high lift axle
- mud flaps
- bike rack ready
- the newer Escape sewer hose holder – no need to disconnect the cap!
- 2 Cyclone vent covers, over the grey and black vents, very helpful on hot days
- TV antenna with power amplifier
- outdoor shower
- 3-burner stove with cover
- oven
- range hood
- extra flip-up kitchen counter
- sink cover
- extra opening windows over sink & in bathroom
- Fantastic Fan (new motor 2012)
- cot-ready – supports are installed in the walls, above benchseats
- 2 shelves in closet, plus drawer underneath
- custom fabric – a fun 'hula girls with palm trees' motif

Aubergine also works nicely when on shore power:
- microwave – removes easily to create extra shelf for boondocking
- Dometic air conditioner
- 2-way Dometic hot water tank
- 2-way 6.7cu ft Dometic fridge
- extra 110V outlets in & out
- TV-ready (we loved the swing arm so much, we removed it to put in our new trailer)

And, of course, all the standard Escape features: privacy blinds, sliding screen door, sliding table, awning, lots of storage, sturdy house-quality cupboard doors, dual propane tanks & cover, extra tire & cover, etc.

When Aubergine was being built, our neighbours had their RV stolen, so we also had a car-style alarm system installed, with internal motion and vibration sensors, door sensor, external status light, and according to Reace, a REALLY LOUD klaxon, which cannot be shut off just by cutting the battery wires. So, it's a good alarm for such a lightweight trailer – no one would be able to winch Aubergine onto a flatbed without the whole neighbourhood knowing!

Aubergine has been lovingly & frequently used by our family of three, for almost 4 years – none of that 'barely used' nonsense here! There are a few pen marks on the walls, scuff marks in the cupboards from cans, scuff marks in the fridge from jar labels, paint chipped inside bottom of oven. One of the couch cushions is wearing away at one corner, and we tossed out our mattress – a recent quote from Escape was “$375 for the mattress, $275 for the cover.” So, install your own air/foam/real queen mattress, or order a replacement from Escape?

Aubergine has been kept clean & well maintained – she was washed & waxed, with 303 treatment of all plastics, 3 times per year. Every inch of the interior was scrubbed down twice per year, and Aubergine took twice yearly “Spa Days” at the Escape factory, for maintenance and repairs. Repairs done at Escape since purchase: replaced bathroom vent, repaired toilet's fresh water intake, new caulking on sinks & drains, new batteries last year. We have also replaced the microwave, replaced the Fantastic Fan's motor, replaced the bathroom door lock, and replaced the fridge lock. Since Fall 2012, she has been plugged in for 6 months every winter, with a household dehumidifier going (important in this temperate rainforest), to keep interior humidity at 40% or less.

Aubergine is currently winterized (note the pink water line in the toilet picture), plugged in with her trusty Kenmore dehumidifier going, at an RV park in the Lower Mainland. She is a wonderfully sturdy boondocking queen, & another family would really enjoy her numerous assets. We originally paid $35 000 and have added $1 500 in Escape factory upgrades. We are asking $25 000 firm, please.

We both work full-time, so email works best for us.
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Old 11-18-2014, 08:37 PM   #2
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Old 11-18-2014, 08:43 PM   #3
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Old 11-18-2014, 08:50 PM   #4
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Old 11-18-2014, 08:56 PM   #5
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Old 11-18-2014, 09:02 PM   #6
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Old 11-18-2014, 09:04 PM   #7
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Old 11-18-2014, 10:23 PM   #8
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What did you buy?
Your 19' looks good. I am wondering about the refrigerator. Ours is a 5.0. Did you replace the original?
Please report back on the full-timing. Are you an Escapee?
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Old 11-19-2014, 03:35 AM   #9
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Hi Floating Cloud,

Aubergine's fridge was ordered as a 6.7 - we wanted the larger fridge, so it's an original 2011 vintage. We did replace the latch on it 2 years ago.

We're now in an Open Range Light 264 - so it was a case of "10 foot plus 2 slides-itis"...

We renovated our townhouse with plans to sell & relocate, so we lived in Aubergine a total of 7 weeks, before realizing that she was just too small for our current needs. In particular, we were stepping on our dog a lot...
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Old 11-19-2014, 10:18 AM   #10
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Oops, forgot a couple of pictures...
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Old 11-19-2014, 04:44 PM   #11
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Some more info, since a few people asked in personal mail...

Yes, Canadian $25 000.

Have no idea how many miles - we never tracked it, but we did go out almost every weekend of the spring/summer, usually within 1-2 hr drive - super easy to just hook up & go, and we did!

We had Aubergine's bearings serviced two years ago, but Reace said "you guys are out so much on the road, you don't need to regularly service the bearings. You don't worry about the bearings on your car, do you? The bearings are really important when a vehicle is sitting still most of the year." We're no mechanics, but it seemed to make sense.

Photos of the reinforced cot supports are in the port & starboard front windows/benches.
We do have the cot, but it is deep in the back of the storage locker that contains all of our household's possessions.
We have no idea when we'll be able to sell our freshly renovated townhouse, find a new home, & unload the storage locker.
So, we haven't listed the actual cot as part of the sale, because we can't promise that we'd be able to find it anytime soon.

The bench seats & table make a bed, and our 5'11" daughter slept there, sometimes with one of her friends, so two kids can fit on that part.
Our daughter didn't like the cot, found it very hard & narrow.
Four years ago, we paid $300 for the actual cot from Escape, probably the same price now...
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Old 11-21-2014, 05:28 PM   #12
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Just the way I want one but cannot pull the trigger yet. Someone will get a good deal . I have a Roo I have to sell first. This one won't be here long. Bob
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Old 11-21-2014, 06:37 PM   #13
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Thanks for the kind words Bob

Sell that Roo and come get her!

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Old 11-21-2014, 09:37 PM   #14
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Interest from Ontario

We are very interested in your 19 ft. Escape and we have friends in Vancouver that we would like to arrange to have them do an onsite visit to your trailer. Your pictures and write up very great and we would like to proceed to the next step.

If you agree to a visit we will need a method to follow up (email and/or address.

I look forward to hearing back from you.

Cheers,
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Old 11-22-2014, 10:41 AM   #15
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Hi, Bill
I sent you a private message,
Natalie
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Old 11-25-2014, 10:12 AM   #16
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Thank you very much for the pictures. We are looking at the moment. We will need to sell our 94 35 foot class a in order to make a change.
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Old 12-31-2014, 05:11 PM   #17
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Hi Diane,
In case you didn't get my message I am interested in your escape, please contact me directly at d lennon 55 @ gmail . com
all together w/o spaces.
cheers
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Old 01-09-2015, 02:45 PM   #18
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Hi Diane,
Any chance of coming over to see it. We are in North Vancouver.

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Old 02-14-2015, 12:58 AM   #19
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Hi,
Has this been sold??
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Old 02-14-2015, 03:49 PM   #20
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Hi we are interested could you send me a message ( msaunter@telus.net) . We are in maple ridge. Thanks Tanya
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