(This was a page I created when I was selling my big toy)


1986 IHC Toterhome for sale


  • Model S1954
  • 154,000 miles
  • 275x85x24.5 tires (Front tires are NEW).  Rear tires are Bandag caps (80 % tread) and are about  ten years old
  • Air suspension front and rear (custom made in front, kit in rear)
  • Air Brakes
  • 100 gallon fuel capacity plus 40 gallons for the generator
  • Custom heavy duty rear sway bar (1 3/8 diam., 300 M material)
  • 12K front axle, 22K rear axle
  • Double (heavy-duty) frame (factory option)
  • 5 speed  transmission with a 2 speed rear end
  • 4.10/5.60 two speed rear end ratios (75 MPH at 2600 RPM) installed new at 123,000 miles
  • DT466 turbo-charged diesel engine (210HP - governed at 2600 RPM)
  • Rebuilt pump and injectors (128,000 miles)
  • New R134 cab air conditioning system
  • Electronic speedometer (original speedometer is metric - truck purchased in Canada)
  • Cruise control
  • Dual air ride seats (goody looking/comfortable gray fabric seats from Astro Van)
  • Recently passed DOT inspection and Colorado emission tests


  • Motorhome is 12 1/2 feet long by 8ft 5 inches wide  (interior is almost 8 ft tall) plus a queen size bed over the cab
  • Frame of motorhome is 1.5 inch square steel tubing and 3 inch channel for the floor
  • Insulation is sprayed urethane
  • Floor is insulated
  • Upholstered walk-through
  • Fantastic Fan (brand name) over the bed (has automatic close feature for rain - makes for great sleeping on all but the hottest nights)
  • Polyethylene water tanks:   fresh:  65 gal.    Gray:  45 gal.    Black:  28 gal.
  • Top of the line china flushing toilet
  • Shower
  • Large windows in living area
  • Microwave oven (new when built)
  • Several large cabinets and one medium size closet
  • Cabinets are steel framed for strength and covered with oak.  Cabinet doors are oak plywood.  Look good, but need varnished
  • Duo-Therm 13,500 BTU air conditioner (new)
  • Small propane/120 volt refrigerator
  • Propane hot water heater
  • Propane heater
  • Sink
  • 2500 Watt Trace inverter with 6  golf cart batteries (lots of 110 volt capacity without plugging in or running the generator)
  • 12 volt lighting
  • Marine type breakers for both 12 and 120 volt systems (great looking and work fantastic)
  • 4KW Honda gas generator Model EV4000.  This is an air-cooled 3600 RPM unit mounted in the bay.  It is a bit noisy and can be marginal at high altitudes when running the AC and other power consumers.  It was recently serviced by an authorized dealer.

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