1993 Winnebago ITASCA SPIRIT V6 Auto in Morris, IL

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Last Updated: 5/18/19 | Ad Source: Direct

Asking Price: $22,950

1993 Morris IL

Motorhome Facts

  • Year: 1993
  • Maker/Trim/Model: Itasca Spirit
  • Length: 21FT
  • Odometer: 68,800
  • Drivetrain: V6 Auto

Seller Info

  • State/Region: Illinois
  • City/Area: Morris
  • Name: No Longer Available!
  • Phone: No Longer Available!
  • Email: No Longer Available!


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Yes, this is that Toyota RV you have been looking for! It is rare and unique especially because it is NOT a project! Just the opposite — everything has been carefully gone over to be as nice as possible.

Restoring Toyota RVs is our hobby. My assistants and I have spent multiple hours intentionally refurbishing this coach to be optimally usable for the next owners. We are experienced in what we are doing and we take pride in our work. There is a lot of satisfaction from putting one back on the road as it was meant to be with everything working again as perfectly as we can make it.

“Way above average” aptly describes this coach. The reasons will become obvious when you read its many features and upgrades. Most Toyota RVs that come up for sale need a fair amount of time and attention, and probably a good amount of money to make them comfortable and trouble-free again. Here now instead, is one that is ready to take camping right away. What you will read about is at least 100 different tasks and items that the new owner WON’T have to deal with because we have fixed or improved or added them already.

First of all, this model is a Winnebago Itasca Spirit, which it is considered to be the best built of any brand of Toyota RV overall, but nicely-restored ones like this are rather hard to find.

Secondly, it has a V-6 engine (not a 4 cylinder) so you have more adequate power for climbing hills, and you have the ability to tow a moderate load. Interstate speeds of 65 mph are easy to maintain. The ride in the cab is much quieter and the seats more comfortable than earlier models. Toyota engines are known for their longevity and great gas mileage especially compared to any other RVs of the same size and price. The chassis with automatic transmission can get up to 16 miles per gallon.

Thirdly, this engine has quite low miles for a Toyota RV — only 68,800. (Most have between 90 – 120,000.) The chassis with automatic transmission can get up to 16 miles per gallon. This 1993 model is the last year that any motorhomes were built on a Toyota chassis = as new as you can get.

In the last 15 months, it has had all of the following engine and chassis work performed so as to make it as roadworthy as possible. With all of these maintenance items taken care of, you can have confidence that this RV will perform better than most. (It is more apt to be free of the unexpected surprises that often come with used RVs that are for sale because sellers just want them off their property for whatever reason.)

— New radiator (with red Toyota coolant)

— New thermostat

— Valve adjustment

— New timing belt and water pump

— New spark plugs

— New distributor cap and rotor

— New alternator

— New belts (alternator, fan, and air conditioning)

— New PCV valve

— New O2 sensor

— New fuel filter

— New engine air filter

— New battery terminal

— New motor mount

— Steering stops replaced

— New muffler and tail pipe

All tires are new (Hankook Vantra brand – proper load range D), installed October 2018. This vehicle has the full-floating one-ton rear axle and six-lug wheels throughout. The spare tire is located underneath. There are Air Springs in the rear to provide a more comfortable ride for passengers, and for leveling the coach somewhat while camping.

The exterior of the RV is flat-sided fiberglass — more desirable. It has now been polished and detailed, and the exterior stripes which were cracked have been replaced with new. The outside mirrors have been re-painted to look fresh. If you didn’t know, finding a nice-looking exterior on a Toyota RV is a hard thing to come by.

FLOORPLAN specifics:

— Extra-long Full-size over-cab bed sleeps two adults

— Sofabed behind the driver makes a cozy bed for two

— The dinette makes into a smaller twin bed (meaning it can sleep a total of five)

— Kitchen (stove/oven, microwave, double stainless sink, and refrigerator/freezer) is located in the center

— Bathroom in the rear has a sink, toilet, separate shower, and a tall closet for storage

— There are seatbelts on the sofabed and dinette to accommodate a total of five people

— 21 feet in length overall (easy to park in a regular parking space)

Additional UPGRADES — This coach includes all the standard features plus these significant upgrades compared to most other models of Toyota RVs:


— 10 foot patio awning that pulls open for shade at your campsite; fabric has no rips or tears

— Pull-out step (with rug cover) added below entry door (did not come with one from the factory)

— Coach has all one-piece aluminum roof in good condition – recently caulked in appropriate additional places to prevent leaks

— Windows are tinted to help keep the coach cooler in hot weather

— Propane pressure gauge (only found on Winnebago models of Toyota RVs)

— 110v outlet located on passenger side for conveniently powering items outside

— Second shower outside on the rear, with both hot and cold water for use at the beach, etc.


— New Sceptre flat-screen TV installed on a swivel bracket above refrigerator, with remote

— Winegard TV antenna /amplifier has Wingman upgrade for HDTV; switches between the built-in signal amplifier or a direct connection to an RV park cable service

— Microwave oven is installed in cabinet above the stove top

— Shower is larger than in other brands of Toyota RVs

— Bathroom has extra towel bars and shower shelf unit added

— 12v oscillating fan added – makes a nice breeze for cooling inside the coach in hot weather

— 10 CD Changer has been added over the sofa that plays CDs through the cab stereo system

— Easy-on entry light added in coach

— Fresh shelf liners added in all cabinets

— Clock and magazine rack added by refrigerator

— Tissue dispenser and cup holder added by over-cab bed

— Storage pocket/key hanger added by the entry door

— Hat hooks added over entry door

— Sink has rotating sink sprayer and removable matching sink cover

— Spice rack added behind stove

— Magazine rack added

— Wall thermometer added

— Removable privacy curtain hangs between coach and cab

— Smoke detector, carbon monoxide detector, and fire extinguisher added for safety

We have taken great care to be sure that the interior of this coach is in presentable condition in all aspects. All upholstery has been cleaned, the carpet has been recently steam-cleaned. The overcab curtains have all been washed. Every cabinet has been vacuumed as thoroughly as possible.


— 12-volt deep-cycle battery is new (October 2018)

— Propane furnace, hot water heater, and stove /oven all work as designed

– Propane lines have been tested

– Furnace was checked for safety

– Hot water heater was checked

– Stove and stove hood were disassembled and cleaned

– Propane leak detector under sofa

— Refrigerator /freezer cools adequately on propane or 110v electricity

— Fresh water pump works as designed — no plumbing leaks

— Fresh water tank and lines have been sanitized and winterized

— Holding tanks are empty and tank gauges function

— Coleman roof air conditioner blows very cold; filters have been replaced

— Stove hood vent fan and bath vent fan cleaned

— Both roof vents have outside covers to allow ventilation during rainy weather

— Converter/ on-board battery charger functions as it should to keep coach battery charged

— Winegard TV antenna cranks up easily and rotates for best broadcast reception

— All cabinet screws and door frame screws have been tightened, due to loosening with age

— All exterior locks and door hinges have been lubricated

— All windows, vents, seams, and exterior compartments have been checked and re-caulked where necessary

— Windshield wipers and sprayer operate as intended

— Clearance lights are all working as required


— Easy and quiet to drive

— Power steering

— Tilt steering wheel

— Cruise control mounted on steering wheel

— Automatic transmission with overdrive and ECT power boost switch

— Cab air conditioning blows cold

— Second (brighter) ceiling light added in cab

— Dash stereo system has AM/FM radio and plays CDs from changer in rear, remote included

— Two additional speakers in the coach rear

— Fresnel lens on rear window for wide-angle viewing while driving

— Spare tire has jack and tool pouch included


— Interior is now much cleaner than most overall (especially underneath the sofabed and other inside storage areas)

— Non-smoking vehicle, no pets

— Title is clean and clear

— Toyota Owner’s Manual included

— Winnebago Owner’s Manual in a binder with manuals for the various RV appliances is included (not always the case with used RVs)

— Multiple Service Records and Repair Receipts for the engine and other maintenance items are included (extremely valuable!)

BONUS –The following accessories are also included with the purchase of the vehicle:

— Cab console

— 12-volt socket splitter with USB port for phones, etc.

— Steering wheel cover

— Mirror on visor

— Windshield cover

— Cab floor mats

— Entry door mats

— New license plate frames included for new owner’s plates

— New wastebasket

— Freshwater hose in storage bag

— Freshwater pressure regulator

— Sewer hose in storage tube on rear bumper

— RV holding tank chemical

— TV coax cord for hook-up to RV park cable service

— Refrigerator thermometer

— Ice tray and bubble level in freezer

— Convenient wire shelving rack added in over-sink cupboard

— Paper towel holder, paper towels, and toilet paper

— New pot-holders set

— Butane lighter for stove

— New 30 to 15 amp power adapter

— Extra keys set, and “Hide-a-key” box

— Plus additional tools and numerous enhancements from an experienced RVer

A complete set of 90 photos can be found at this web address:


After months of meticulous attention to details, this coach is now ready to drive and comfortably camp in for many years to come. What you will be getting with this RV is the peace of mind that the multiple issues that regularly come with used Toyota RVs have now already been taken care of for you.

The price of $22,950 is in keeping with the time it has taken to restore this RV to be in the way above-average condition that it is. A modest deposit can hold it for you until you can pick it up. (Deposit applies to the purchase price.) It is located in Morris, Illinois (southwest of Chicago on Interstate 80). Free transportation from Chicago area airports or Amtrak (closer) can be provided for buyers from out-of-state.

Please call for more info and to have your questions answered, [REDACTED]. (This phone number does not accept texts.) Leave a number where we can call you back. Phone replies will be given priority over emails! The right next owner for this Toyota Itasca RV is someone who knows a real gem when they see one.

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