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1991 Winnebago Warrior WFC23EC for sale by Owner - Amherst, OH

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  • Ad # 7156526
  • Dealer Stock # N/A
  • Type Class A - Gas
  • Status Used
  • Length 23.80 ft.
  • GVWR 11,800 lbs
  • Dry Weight 0 lbs
  • VIN 1GBJP37N8L3313792
  • Fuel Type Gas
  • Odometer 80,874
  • Chassis Chevrolet
  • Engine Chevy 454
  • Sleeps 5
  • Slide-outs 0

Class A - Gas / Amherst, OH

I'm a 23 year old graduate selling my 1991 Class A Winnebago Warrior. I purchased it right before the summer of 2015 and took it down from Ohio to Florida this past winter. 'Twas a blast. I'm selling it simply because it no longer suites my needs. I plan on going into the Coast Guard, and apparently they don't allow RV's on their ships.

Crazy, I know.

It has a fuel-injected Chevy 454 with an automatic transmission and 40gal tank, built on a P30 chasse. AC, CB radio, cruise control, heat, fridge/freezer, microwave, 4-burner stove top with a 12gal propane tank, and a 4,000-watt gas generator. On flat roads, I consistently get 9.5mpg at 55mph.

Seating and sleeping for 5 by design, but 4 comfortably. The table turns into a bed, and another drops down from above the driver seat (as pictured).

I replaced the tires (including the spare), starter, master cylinder, and hydroboost unit, and I also resealed the roof and windshield after I got her. The tires have about 4,000 miles on them. The previous couple replaced the refrigerator unit before I purchased from them. I believe they did so about 3-4 years ago. The small turn-radius is a wonderful attribute, and the long tail end makes trailer-hauling around corners beautifully easy.

All of the plumbing and outlets work wonderfully, but it does have some electrical issues. Namely, the auxiliary (interior) battery drains at a steady rate, and I'm unsure why. Additionally, the left speakers don't work, and the horn is disconnected. The window awnings are torn at the edges as well. As such, I've reflected all of these in the price.

I bought the Winnie figuring out if I enjoyed the traveling lifestyle, and I do. A lot. And when I get out of the CG, I plan on doing it again. I would love for her to go to someone who will use her well. Feel free to come out to check her over and pick my brain. I've learned a lot during my travel, especially about boondocking, and I'm all for helping the next guy as much as I can.

Email is the best way to get a hold of me, but calling works too. I just usually don't have a phone on my person.
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