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Old 08-03-2013, 08:41 PM   #1
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In search of older model Rialta.

I have a Newmar DSDP and I tow a full size Silverado behind it for transportation when camping for several days.
Now I have a Honda Gold Wing Trike that I would like to take with us while touring the country for months at a time.
The Trike is 10' long and 5' wide at its widest point. I also need a vehicle capable of holding 4 adults.
To solve my dilemma without buying a toy hauler I've been searching for a 1995 or newer Winnebago Rialta that is in good mechanical condition.
I want to strip it and convert it to a toy hauler with 4 seats. RV components would be removed leaving an empty shell so their condition is of no importance. The paint is no concern as there will be modifications to the rear and a paint job would be needed later.
I have searched websites and called some dealers to locate a reasonably priced Rialta but to no avail. If anyone knows of a not too attractive Rialta that I could purchase. Please respond and thanks in advance for your info.
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Old 08-03-2013, 11:41 PM   #2
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That sounds like a perfect use for one !

I actually used to watch for them as I had a similar winn lesharo way back when they first came out - but the last one I saw was over'10 years ago

Good luck to u
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Old 08-04-2013, 07:30 AM   #3
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Thanks Johnboy.

Winnebago made the Rialta from 1995-2005 and like the GMC coaches they have really escalated in value.
I've seen several for sale on Craigslist but these are just foreigners using someone else's advertisement to swindle someone.
I know there is one out there, not being driven anymore that someone wants to get rid of, so i'll keep looking and asking.
Thanks for your comment.
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