LeSharo, Phasar, Centauri, Utility Van

How Do We Describe a Coach's Condition?

When we look at a motorcoach we classify it according to the standards below. When we describe a motorcoach to you this is what you can expect to receive:

Near New
Mileage is well below average for year. Motorcoach has no significant flaws and has obviously been pampered by its owner. Interior looks new. Engine compartment looks almost new. Trunk looks new. Spare tire has probably never been mounted. Tools and accessories are all present. Motorcoach has been maintained but may be due for service now. Service history is available.

This coach is in Near New condition.

Extra Clean
Usually has below average mileage for its age. Motorcoach has no significant exterior flaws. Motorcoach is free of significant scratches or dings. There may be a few small chips at door or hood edges, but none that require bodywork. Overall appearance is near new. Interior shows very little wear. Under hood area shows little or no weathering from winter use. Tools and first aid kit - if supplied - are probably present. Motorcoach has been maintained but is probably due for its last major service. Service history is usually available.

Has average mileage for its age. Motorcoach has very few exterior flaws. May have a few small defects in paint - small dings or scratches (less than $200 each in repair cost). Shows very little wear in interior. Under hood area is clean but may show weathering from winter use. Trunk is clean and free of damage. Tools and first aid kit - if supplied - are probably present. Motorcoach has been maintained but is probably due for its last major service. Service history is usually available.

Has average mileage for its age. The motorcoach probably has small flaws - door dings, chips, scratches - on several body panels. Shows slight wear in interior as befits mileage and age. Usually shows some discoloration and/or wear on floor carpets. Under hood area is dirty but shows no signs of damage. Trunk is dirty and may have some damage to carpet or liner. Tools and first aid kit - if supplied - are often missing. Motorcoach has received some maintenance but records are not complete.

Mileage is average or high for age of LeSharo. Motorcoach shows significant wear both inside and outside. May have damage to one or more body panels or interior. Some accessories may be broken. Condition is that of a typical five-year-old LeSharo on the road in most American cities. Motorcoach has received some maintenance but is generally neglected and records are missing or incomplete.

This coach is in Rough condition.

S works RV, Inc. does not buy Motorcoaches in less than Clean condition. Our mission is to buy the best Motorcoaches at fair prices for our clients.

Other motorcoach condition items we may tell you about...
These are conditions that may or may not cause us to reject a motorcoach, and we feel the buyer should be aware of:

Previous paint work
This means one or more panels have been repainted. When looking at motorcoaches more than three years old this applies to most motorcoaches - they either have damage that needs repair or they have been repaired. We will tell you which panels, and will tell you the quality of the work. If the quality of repainting is such that it is obvious we will reject the motorcoach.

Paint work does not mean accident damage. Paint work is repair of small dings, scratches, chips, and the like. It does not involve panel replacement. Good quality paint work is not usually grounds for S Works RV, Inc. to reject a motorcoach unless specifically directed by our client.

Needs paint work
We may find a LeSharo that fits your criteria but has one or more damaged (scratched or dinged) panels. If you agree, we might attempt to purchase that LeSharo at a lower price than we would pay for an undamaged unit. S Works RV, Inc. has facilities to repair such damage prior to customer delivery.

Previous body work
This means the motorcoach has had some sort of accident repair. The damage was not serious but might have involved replacement of a bumper, fender or door skin. We would reject such a motorcoach unless the repair was of a very high quality and an expert could only detect the work. S Works RV, Inc. avoids buying such motorcoaches but may do so upon customer approval.

Previous frame repair
The LeSharo has been in a fairly serious accident and has required frame or sub-frame repairs. S works RV, Inc. does not normally buy such motorcoaches, as they are likely to give trouble.

Keys, manuals, and accessories
Unless specifically announced prior to purchase, S works RV, Inc. does not guarantee the existence of extra keys, manuals, small tools, first aid kits or other removable accessories in motorcoaches we buy. We do try our best to obtain such items when they are not found in the LeSharo but it is not always possible. Of course, any such items can be purchased separately from our parts department.

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Last Update: April 12, 2007