Asking Price: $22,000 (Final Sale Price)
- Year: 1991
- Maker/Trim/Model: Winnebago Warrior
- Length: 23FT
- Odometer: 65,171
- Drivetrain: RWD
- State/Region: Oregon
- City/Area: Portland
- Name: SOLD!
- Phone: SOLD!
- Email: SOLD!
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This has been a fun project! I picked this up from a family friend who just used it once or twice a year to go to camp meetings. They had it well maintained with service records and stored in a covered garage. Had very low mileage when I purchased it and I’ve only used it to go to the beach about 3-4 times since I’ve owned it the past two years. I spent most of my time working on it and keeping it maintained in top condition.
The original interior was in decent condition but I felt the yellow oak cabinets could use an update so I primed and painted over the old dingy wall paper and refinished the oak cabinets with quality cabinet paint. While I was at it, I had the carpets removed and waterproof laminate flooring installed which runs the entire length of the cabin. I then decided to have the entire RV’s fabric and seats reupholstered with leather and added heated seats to the front passenger and driver’s seat which makes road trips very comfortable.
It was decided to not do too many modifications to allow the next owner to add their personal finishing touches so I then focused on making sure everything worked. This involved taking it into professional shop and having them do a full mechanical inspection and inspect all the appliances, all the seals and windows etc.. and they did do some resealing of the area over the cabin and added some structural supports behind fiber glass and resealed everything so its all water tight. I rolled on several coats of RV roof waterproofing product also just to add extra protection. The seals around the AC re-sealed and the cabin heater rebuilt. The old awning had a tear so I had that replaced with a brand new awning. The water tanks were checked and a few repairs to some valves were done so all electrical and plumbing works perfectly. The onboard propane system had a few valves replaced and everything works perfect. The propane powers the fridge and hot water heater and stove top/oven. All of these appliances were checked over and work great. The tires were also replaced in the back with 4 new ones and the front ones still have over 80% tread left.
Last Updated on October 20, 2020 by Toyota RV For Sale