The roof rack is as straight as can be. It is aluminum so there is zero rust. A little rattle can black paint will touch up any areas where the paint has worn on the deck but otherwise, it's ready to go. It fits RRC's DI's and DII's and cost $1600 plus shipping when it was purchased a couple of years ago. I'm looking for $800.
The roof rack has four Hella FF300 pencil beam driving lights with covers install facing forward. There are also two Hella work lamps on each side and a Hella Matador lamp facing rear. I would sell the four driving lights on the rack for an additional $150. The three work lamps sold with the rack would be $75.
There is also a dual jerry can holder with two petrol tanks on the rack as well. Purchased with the rack they'd be an additional $100.
The tent is in excellent condition. No leaks or rips. The PVC top will probably need to be replaced in a few years depending on the amount of use. They always need to be replaced after a number of years because of damage from the sun. The PVC is easily replaced through Hannibal or you can make an even better one yourself using spa cover material. I have an extra cover that can be used as a pattern. The cover for the tent is in good shape but there are a couple of teeth missing from the zipper in one corner. There are two zippers and they go around three sides of the tent. Take one zipper around 2/3rds of the tent and the other around the other 1/3rd and the cover securely conceals the tent.
The tent currently sells for $1500 and I am looking for $800.
The awning and the canopy that surrounds the awning are an integral part of the assembly. The awning is in solid condition with at least 5 years or more left to it. The exterior cover that conceals the awning does have a tear in it and was mended with duct tape. Replacements are available from Hannibal. The canopy sides are brand new and have never been used.
The awning and canopy with the new sides sells for $900 and I am asking $600.
This set up is the real deal, not some cheap amalgam of cobbled together parts. It was and still is, in many ways the top of the line for Rovers.
Pictures can be seen on the previous owners site: