2010 Allegro Bus For Sale, 68,000 miles $175,000

This is a beautifully constructed and cared for motorhome that has made our traveling a comfortable pleasure.  King sized bed, 4 slides, automatic leveling, 3 air conditioners, 10KW generator, leather seats, 425 Cummins pre-DEF engine, New Tires, New Batteries, New window awnings, new slide toppers/covers, New Diamond Shield cover on front, all new fluids and filters (engine, transmission and generator), New electric fridge/freezer, clear title in hand.  Ready to roll.

Currently located in Redding California (Northern CA)

Regularly maintained and cleaned, along with a recent visit to Red Bay Alabama to have many upgrades and maintenance work completed.

Why are we selling? Probably the same reason you are looking…. it’s time for a change.  We plan to do some more traveling by plane and by sailboat.  Not sure exactly what it will look like, but we are excited to begin the next adventure.

Feel free to browse some of the older posts on this blog to find out more about us.  You will see that our Allegro Bus has been a great home for the most recent season of our lives… traveling back and forth between California, Texas and many other places.

If you have questions or would like to schedule a visit, please TEXT or call me at the number on the photos below, or email me at RexAJennings@gvtc.com.  If you call, please leave a message… I rarely answer calls from a number I don’t recognize.  We look forward to meeting you and showing you our coach.

This is our 4th RV and in all of our shopping and searching we were usually disappointed when looking at dealerships. When dealing directly with the owner it felt like we could get a better understanding of how the RV had been maintained & used, as well as detailed information on upgrades or tips.  In addition as we became used to the systems, the previous owner was readily available to answer questions.

Why we bought a 43′ when we were looking for a 40′? We began our search looking for a Tiffin because we saw so many of them on the road & had heard many satisfied customers who raved about the customer service.  Like many others we thought a Phaeton 40′ would suit us fine and searched very hard to find one we liked.  After several offers fell through, we saw this 43′ listed for sale by the original owner near Santa Barbara CA & went to see it the next day.  It was immediately obvious the coach had been well cared for, was lightly used & a great value.  In addition, we had much more space, a safer & more stable driving/towing platform and 2 bathrooms instead of 1.  We bought it the next day and have never regretted the decision.  My initial reservations about driving a longer vehicle were quickly replaced by admiration for such a beautifully built & designed machine.

A beautiful motorhome & one that we have been very happy to own.

For a good overview, here is the coach floorplan:

Cleaned up & ready for new adventures!

Interior fabrics and finishes all in excellent shape.  Non smoking. 

Large pull out increases countertop space in kitchen.

Looking forward.  Very comfortable chairs.  We rarely use the front TV… typically we use the mid coach TV connected to Apple TV.  Coach does have a satellite system, but we did not use it.

This is the Tiffin Powerglide chassis with the Cummins 425 pre-DEF engine!

Engine: Cummins 425 ISL.  Serial #S73038973  Note: This was one of the last “pre-DEF” engines Tiffin installed.  NO DEF needed***

Note: Tow bar, braking system & tow car are not included, but available separately.

Thats a rough overview… now a tour with more detailed photos.  First off, here is the “build sheet” which lists all of the equipment details you might be wondering about (note we replaced the refrig/freezer).

Exterior details:

Just gotta love Tiffin & Allegro Bus… incredibly well built & a pleasure to own.


If you really want to hit the road ASAP & not mess around with setting up a tow vehicle (can take a lot of time and $$), we would be willing to sell our 2014 4WD Jeep Grand Cherokee (also a diesel engine! 6,700 lbs).  She is already set up with the Blue Ox Avanta tow bar, UNIFIED Braking System & rock shield (about $5,000 all installed).  A very nice tow car to be sure.  I’m more hesitant to sell this car, but $23,000 including all the tow systems would be fair I think & then a buyer would not have to wait for someone else to set up a tow car.  Just serviced at local Jeep dealer… detailed, new battery and particulate sensor replaced.  Ready to roll. 

  • 2010 Allegro Bus specs, Model 43 QGP
  • Tires: Michelin 295/80R22.5
  • Tiffin Main Phone number:  256-356-8661
  • Vin 5VBBA97A8AA112752
  • Generator: Onan 10,000 kW
  • Engine: Cummins 425 ISL.  Serial #S73038973  Note: This was one of the last “pre-DEF” engines Tiffin installed.  NO DEF needed***
  • Oil, use RotellaT 15w-40 7 gallons
  • Air Filter: Tiffin 30596 $127 or  Raycor 094973007
  • Oil Filter: LF9009, $30.36  (Order online at Filterbarn)
  • Fuel Filter: Fltgrd: FF5636 $14.82, or (Cummins 4940647)
  • Fuel Separator: FS1003 $23.41  (Cummins 4070801)

Good questions from interested parties & thought I’d add some of those additional details here:

This winter the RV was stored covered in Redding CA. 

The generator hours are 550  Generator is diesel Onan 10,000 KW (a beast!)

Known issues:  The bus is ready to roll down the road and be used as is, but I’d prefer a potential buyer be aware of some minor known issues:

  • Back passenger side hydraulic jack sticks when fully extended.  We use 2 blocks under this jack so it does not stick, but next time the coach is at Red Bay, have them look at this (hydraulic oil reservoir seems to be fine… likely a spring replacement).
  • 3 small chips in front windshield.  All have been sealed/repaired professionally.
  • Drivers side rear bath window shows fog.  Usually covered & not noticed.
  • Entertainment systems/TV’s will need personalization.  We used Apple TV on the mid coach TV & almost never watched the other 3 TVs (Front, bedroom & outside).  King Dome in motion satellite tracking system is 2007 and works, but does not integrate well with current satellite systems.
  • Main electrical cord power reel has an intermittent dead spot.  Happens rarely, but solution is to reel cord in a few inches & then contact is made.
  • Crack in one floor tile in back bathroom (have extra tile in coach, usually rug over this spot)

Thanks for those calling about the coach and for the questions!

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