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  1. My wife and I are looking into buying a Class B and we've narrowed it down to three choices: 1. Winnebago Travato KL: Love the Pure3 system since we have a dog and expect she will be in the RV for extended periods (3 hrs?). We also live in a humid climate and expect that won't change, so need something that will allow a/c to last thru the night. Don't love the build quality or the actual layout. 2. Pleasure Way Lexor FL: Love the layout and the build quality. Not a fan of the battery system that limits a/c use. A generator would be noisy and not available at night, so that may be an issue. 3. Coachmen Beyond: Good qualit'y and a/c is estimated to last and be quiet, but it is a bit longer than we wanted (22'-2"), so won't be optimal for our kind of travel. We are more into towns/museums/history and less "out in the middle of nowhere" kind of people! Our question, and it may be unanswerable or even foolish to ask, so I apologize in advance... what is a fair deal? Dealerships seem to be all over the map when pricing these models and after much research, it seems final pricing can be difficult to pin down. It also makes it hard to find prices because few dealerships are specific regarding what options are actually included with the models (at least online). Dealerships for the RV's we are looking at never seem to have the models we want on site, or don't sell the brand at all. 1. Winnebago dealers usually offer 25% off MSRP, and it seems 28 to 32% off MSRP is considered a good deal. 2. Pleasure Way dealers usually offer 10% off MSRP, but I can't seem to find a general final offer price range anywhere. 3. Coachmen dealers have been hard to find (at least for the Beyond). The one I did find offers 28% off MSRP, but no idea what a final fair deal would be. Any thoughts, suggestions, helpful hints, anecdotes, advice, dialogue, words of encouragement? Thanks for reading this far too long post from a dazed and confused couple!
  2. We purchased a 2002 Winnebago Brave from a private seller near Houston, TX and, unknown to us, it has a lot of electrical problems. We are fairly new to full time rving, a long way from home (upstate New York) and don't know who to trust as the repair shop that already did some work for us made the situation worse instead of better. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Great Condition, just over 26k miles. Tons of extra's, ready for full-time or weekends, full solar (great for off-grid), wheel and windshield covers, Roadmaster towing package for your toad, brand new (never slept in) queen memory foam mattress, cab overhead bed, U Lounge option, washer/dryer, electric fireplace, wifi ranger, cell booster, portable satellite for use with DirectTV or Dish. Two TVs, a dvd player. 5 coach batteries replaced 12/2016. Onan deisel generator. Runs great. One owner bought new in 2/2015. Remaining bumper to bumper extended warranty transferrable to new owner. $125,000. Retails new for $246k without all the extras! Can view photos at https://denver.craigslist.org/rvs/6588581102.html
  4. So, my dad is selling his motor home. It's a 2000 Winnebago Adventurer, 32 foot, with a living room slide out, Class A, Gasoline, with approx 110,000 miles on it. It is currently at a storage facility in Georgetown, TX. If you are interested in looking at it or purchasing it, please email my dad at ayers.bob@gmail.com, or me at jayers@prismnet.com He has taken meticulous care of it when he was using it, but has not used it in a few years, and at 87, is just not able to keep driving it. He just put a brand new battery in it, and it runs fine, just needs an inspection. It's in pretty good shape, but here is the disclosure list from him: -Exterior body damage to left rear ( I looked, it's a small, cosmetic thing, but pics to come) -Tires may/may not need replacement because of age/dry-rot -Roof needs refinishing and caulking around all items (not leaking, just a regular maintenance issue for it's age) -Windshield and all windows need re-caulking/sealant (same thing: no leaks, just maintenance) -Coach A/C cooling questionable -Annual safety inspection due and may show additional problems He's kept it at a storage facility, under a roof, since he hasn't been using it, and I went and cleaned it out, but left all the bed linens, and tools/extra parts specific to it's maintenance for the next owner. It looks great, but the carpets could use a shampoo...no visible stains, just regular dirt from foot traffic. Other than a rug shampoo, it's super clean, especially considering it's age. Can send more pics if you contact one of us. We are looking to get $12K, OBO
  5. We are selling because we bought a permanent vacation home and will not be using it enough to keep. 2015 Winnebago Vista 35B. Purchased 7/31/15 for $120,545. Still under warranty with Winnebago. The following extended warranties can be transferred for small fees. There are 3 years left on (1) Preserve Extended Protection Plan Motor Home Elite Wrap, original cost $4260 3 of 5 year plan left (2) Interior/exterior sealant also 3 of 5 yr plan left original cost $1495 (free reapplication in year 3,4 and 5) (3) R.O.A.D Intire tire and wheel coverage also 3 of 5 year left original cost $795 (4) Coach Net Premier Coach 3 of 5 year left original cost $745. All the extended warranties are good until 7/31/2020. All maintenance and upgrades were done at the same service center RCD in ohio. Upgrades (1) roadmaster anti-sway bars 1 3/4" $2,250 (2) Safe T Plus steering control $896 (3) full rock guard $329 (4) Tire extenders $190 (5) 22 ft. flag pole buddy $150 (6) outdoor carpet, sunblocker 10x6. The warranties value for 3 years left would be $4,350 and added features new would cost $3800. The tow behind is a 2015 Ford Focus SE with 5,500 miles purchased 10/3/15. We upgraded with Katzkim Leather seats and the Polysteel Gold paint package (3 of 5 years left) and paid $21,000 before tax. We added a complete flat tow package for $4300. RVI braking system, Roadmaster Falcon All Terrain Tow bar and hitch. We have a firm price of $95,000 for the Class A RV, Toad, all equipment and warranties. We are located in Ohio. . If interested email us at ryanjnd@roadrunner.com and I can send pictures. Thanks, Jim Ryan
  6. I would like to invite all Minnie Winnie owner to come join the Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/974872809311378/ , this is a small group of Minnie Winnie owners group and shares information regarding problem solving and upgrade each of us have had and are doing to our Minnie Winnie Class C's.
  7. https://www.rvtrader.com/listing/-122858064 Ram ProMaster 280 HP 3.6L V6 gas engine Under Warranty!! Asking $75,000 Pristine conditon with 3500 miles. Viper alarm system installed with remote start and interior temperature sensor. This 59G model offers the luxury of sleeping up to 3 people, allows seating for 4 with seat belts and a child seat anchor in the dinette seating.Includes rear removable ladder and bike rack for 2 included. Rear removable screen and sliding screen door on passenger side, privacy panels, roller shades and sun shades for front cab.Refrigerator/freezer is 3 way LP/110/12voltSolar panels 100 wattPower awningIncluded is (2) 25 foot electrical 30 amp cords, surge protector, adapter to plug in at homewater pressure regulator valve, one fresh water hose, one black waterhoseAssorted fuses and 2 leveling blocks
  8. Hi, We have a class c 29 foot Winnebago that we're taking out Aug 2016 for a trip from Los Angeles to Alaska. We're going to need a lot of support and encouragement. We're super excited. We have 3 kids with special needs and a goofy dog named Sandy. We have some income but I am looking to some crowdfunding sites to supplement. Please read our story! bit.ly/autismroadtrip if you'd like to make a donation that would be awesome! But that's not why I'm putting it here. My kids have autism and my son, in particular, loves maps....so that spurred an interest in travel...so here we are! Just wanted to say Hi and maybe we'll see each other on the road! Linda
  9. The bed in our 2013 Winnebago Tour 42QD is stuck in the up position. Winnebago service tech suggested that the switch under the bed headboard may not have made contact? Does anyone know where the switch is exactly? Or any other ideas. Fuses are fine.
  10. 2012 WINNEBAGO ADVENTURER 32H with or without OPTIONAL 2013 HONDA CR-V Tow Vehicle. Blue Ox Tow System installed and ready to go!!! Everything's in excellent condition and in perfect working order. Low mileage (20,560) Ford F53 22,000-lb. Chassis 362-hp 6.8L V10 Triton engine, TorqShift 5-speed automatic overdrive transmission w/tow/haul, Hydro-Max brakes w/ABS; 75-amp. alternator. Hard-to-Find exterior color: Ebony Full-Body paint scheme; Interior: Beautiful cherry wood cabinets and warm leather fabric decor scheme. An ideal size for two travellers, yet sleeps six easily. Two (2) Slide Outs: one is the full length of coach; his/hers Ideal Rest Air Chamber Adjustable Queen Bed; Includes: "STEER SAFE Safety Steering Stabilizer; Heavy Duty Rear Mud/Stone Flap; Roof Fan/Vent Covers; Michelin Tires, Aluminum/Chromed Wheels; Automatic, Hydraulic Leveling Jacks; Rear Camera; BlueRay Home Theater w/Surround Sound; three (3) Flat Screen TVs (L/R, B/R and Patio; DirecTV Satellite on Roof; DVD Player; Digital TV Antenna; Defroster Fans; Power Heater and Sideview Camera Mirrors; MCD Solar and Blackout Shades; Micro/Convection Oven, 3-Burner LP Stove Stop; 4 door Refrigerator/Freezer w/Ice Maker); Corian Countertops; 12v Ceiling and Accent Lighting; Over 6 feet interior headroom with soft vinyl headliner, Ceiling Plenum HVAC supply and return. Centralized Control Panel for monitoring all on-board systems at a glance; and perhaps most important loads of basement storage and interior floor space. This Coach is top notch from top to bottom with no detail or convenience overlooked. It rides great. Drives easy. And, is a real eye catcher! Washed, waxed, oil changed and days away from being winterized. Stored under-cover year round. Needs nothings except a new owner! With the full package (Coach and Honda), the tow package is included so theres nothing to do or worry about except plotting a course and getting on the road. Adventurer and Honda Pictures: www.flickr.com/photos/buckbell/albums/72157660531974722 Winnebago Adventurer Flyer: http://winnebagoind....er_2012_bro.pdf Winnebago Adventurer: asking $95,000 Honda CR-V EX-L: asking $21,500 - EX-L Model - 35,490 miles. - New Toyo tires - In excellent condition - 10,000lb capacity Blue Ox Tow System included
  11. I have a 1999 Winnebago Ultimate Freedom motor home. I purchased this 6 months ago. From the beginning the symptoms started: 1.The electric would shut off for a 1 to 20 minutes period, sometimes a number of times in the same day. Then it wouldn't happen again for a week or more. The first thing I did was to purchase a 50amp Surge Guard When the power went off I would check the Surge Guard and it always showed 125 volts on each leg of the 50 amp plugin with no problems. The second thing I did was to replace all the batteries with 12 volt deep cycle. The symptoms continued. The problem has never showed up while traveling with the generator running, usually a day or two at a time.
  12. Any Winnebago or Itasca RV owners who have a 25’ Class C View or View Profile or equivalent in the Itasca: We have a Brand New 57 ½” wide sofa/bed w/air mattress in a gorgeous soft leather, color beige that we took out of our new unit when we bought it in 2013 and we never used it. We put in single swivel seats in its place. It is 57 ½” wide and will fit right into the dinette slide out for 2011-2015 models. The value for it from Winnebago is $2600 plus shipping. I am asking $1650.00 PS I also think it can be put in any RV with a space of 57 ½” wide between side wall in a slideout or just in open space as well. I have photos, but can't upload them as I don't know how to change the size. Sorry. Email HomeSweetRv@gmail.com and I'll email them to you. Thanks.
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