Asking Price: $12,000 (Final Sale Price)
- Year: 1991
- Maker/Trim/Model: Winnebago Warrior
- Length: 21FT
- Odometer: 97,000
- Drivetrain: V6 Auto
- State/Region: New Mexico
- City/Area: Farmington
- Name: SOLD!
- Phone: SOLD!
- Email: SOLD!
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Sadly parting with Skippy the adventure mobile. Time for the next adventure. Will trade for a food truck or trailer. OBO
I built up this little 21′ Winnebago Warrior so that I could quit my job and travel the country, and travel I did. From April – September of 2018, I did a full North American tour in this little buggy with no issues. Never once did she leave me stranded in the middle of nowhere that I was camping through Canada, and all the way to New York. There are too many upgrades/ fixes to this thing to remember, but I’ll try:
1. Full sound system install including 10″ sub
2. New Curtains
3. Full shower rebuild
4. Full underbed/ overcab rebuild
5. New front window
6. 200 Watt Roof Solar System
7. 300Ahr of battery storage
8. Installed antler hat rack art display
9. Removed and patched old TV antenna.
10. Replaced 25-year old, Barbara-infused mattress with a 5″ foam mattress.
11. Storage and usb charging for electronics by bed
12. Fabricated new ladder. Thanks 1ToyHero!! https://www.instagram.com/1toyhero/
13. New 1000W WEN Quiet generator
14. New Spare tire and mount
15. Fabricated new bumper basket. Thanks 1ToyHero!! https://www.instagram.com/1toyhero/
16. Installed cordless Dyson
17. Mount bicycle
18. Instal 6 new tires
19. Replaced drawer tracks
20. Install drawer liners
21. Install magnets
22. Door reconstruction and electric popper installation
23. Caulking all seals
24. Touch-up of lap sealant
25. Upgraded the R12 air conditioning to R134A.
26. Install and wire 1000W top of the line inverter
27. Wire back battery to front.
28. Add new wire to increase amps from original coach battery
29. Fix window that won’t open
30. Fix holes where awning was
31. Oil up cabinets and drawers
32. Installed new black and grey water valve
33. Full closet rebuild
34. Overcab bed rebuild and outside seam sealing
35. Overcab bed supports to reinforce the aforementioned seams that failed
36. New airbag suspension on the rear axle.
37. Shower wall demolition and rebuild.
38. Bathroom sink and cabinet demolition.
39. Closet demolition.
40. Side-skirt and fender dirt dump and re-build.
41. Replaced all interior lighting with LEDs
42. Replaced all exterior lighting with LEDs
43. Re-sealed both exterior rear seams.
44. Replaced tail lights with LEDs.
45. Installed new Python alarm with remote start.
46. Installed new Pumpkin Android deck.
47. Installed Rockford Fosgate Amp, 6 1/2″ component, and 4″ dash speakers.
48. Installed new motorized window rollers.
49. Fixed muffler leaks
50. Installed new Fiberglass wall panelling (FRP) and insulation in the shower/ bathroom/ closet area in the rear.
51. Installed 2 new relays under the hood. One for the rear coach battery, and one for a new fuse panel.
52. Re-sealed roof seams.
53. Fixed multiple cracks in the exterior fiberglass panelling.
54. Installed new electric radiator fan.
55. Replaced the timing belt, water pump, alternator, intake manifold gaskets, all belts and radiator hoses, vacuum lines, spark plugs, spark plug wires, and distributor cap.
56. Replaced toilet.
57. Replaced the low-point drain valves and plumbing.
58. Installed backup camera.
59. FIXED the damn coach AC leak by installing 2″ angle iron cross-beams on the roof
60. Ripped out the 26 year-old carpet and installed vinyl plank flooring.
I also blogged about my adventure and Yoterhome rebuild here:
Full disclosure, this thing is slow up mountain passes, and the engine gets warm, but it’ll get you there. The tortoise always wins the race.
The only thing I couldn’t get to work all the time was the furnace. I replaced the computer on it, but I believe there is still a gas flow problem and it won’t lite every time. Everything else works great.