Asking Price: $17,000
- Year: 1991
- Maker/Trim/Model: Winnebago Warrior
- Length: 21FT
- Odometer: 73,000
- Drivetrain: V6 Automatic
- State/Region: Connecticut
- City/Area: Granby
- Name: Bridget L.
- Phone: Not Provided
- Email: [email protected]
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1991 Winnebago Warrior
V6 automatic engine
Engine fully serviced, fluids changed regularly, runs perfectly.
6 Brand new Hankook Vantra 8 ply tires (less than 100 miles on them)
Fully inspected, passes CT emissions testing
Full over cab restoration. We completely peeled it open like a banana and reframed to the existing steel frame. Windows removed, cleaned, and resealed. Corner edges resealed with pro flex RV caulk, and eterna bond tape to ensure the leaky days were over. Roof cleaned, all screw holes cleaned and resealed, and conspicuously taped with tan externa bond 3” tape. Useless antenna removed, hole plugged and sealed. Interior of over cab finished with cedar tongue and grove paneling and reclaimed barnwood for a rustic yet clean feel. Cabinets freshly painted a neutral off-white, with new brushed nickel hardware. Walls painted a nice boring beige to accommodate any color accent pieces. Installed 3 new retractable cellular blinds in living and kitchen windows. Couch cushions deep cleaned, and surprisingly comfortable. Newer tan carpet from cab all the way back. Refrigerator & freezer fully functional. Kitchen and toilet plumbing totally sound, clean, and leak-free. I have not used the stove, so I cannot comment much on it- but the previous owner said it worked fine. Propane tank seems decent, I just preferred to cook outside so I never filled it up. Shower plumbing works, but I always used the area for storage. Exterior shower works too. AC & heat runs quiet, and without flaw. Exterior front & side running lights replaced.
We bought this camper with the intention to keep her forever- but when baby #2 came along, we realized it just is too small for all of us to really enjoy it as she deserves. We purchased all the electrical needs to install LED low voltage pancake recessed lights (8 total) with 2 different dimmer switches – but just ran out of time/energy to complete. As is, she is fully functional, with all existing lights intact. Initially, we thought for the sake of sale we would just finish the cedar paneling ceiling, trimmed around the old severely outdated lights, and skip the fancy awesome lighting – but have had second thoughts. If we did that, the new owner would have a 100x harder time ever upgrading the lighting. To sell as-is, new owner would have an “under the hood” approach to the weekend project, with the ability to set up the correct wiring for solar, or the level of fanciness they desire.
Included with the camper:
8 recessed pancake LED low voltage lights
2 low voltage dimmer switches
All remaining cedar we have (more available at Home Depot)
$300 cover & tire covers- only used for 1 winter season
Mattress and 4” high-density foam topper
All plumbing equipment
Electrical dog bone so you can hook up to an extension cord
4 burner propane camper stove
Not local to CT? No problem, there is an airport with 20 minutes of us. Fly in, I’ll pick you up, and you can drive her whichever direction you please the same day.
Serious inquires only. 2 kids, 2 dogs, a cat, full-time jobs – I have no time for the run-around.
Questions? Email me, [email protected]
Last Updated on April 4, 2021 by RVAds