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Old 10-11-2009, 09:47 PM   #1
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Hi everyone! A 1972 Winnebago Brave with a Dodge 318 and 20 foot long will be our new exploring home on wheels!
Anyone have a classic Winnebago to talk about? Hope to hear from you! Thanks!
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Hi everyone! A 1972 Winnebago Brave with a Dodge 318 and 20 foot long will be our new exploring home on wheels!
Anyone have a classic Winnebago to talk about? Hope to hear from you! Thanks!
My 87 year old Father in Law owns a 1975 19 ft Winnebago Brave that is mostly all original and has less than 100k on the 318 dodge engine. His has the rear bath. The only real change is he got tired of replacing the steel fresh water tank every few years and went from a pressure system to a demand system with a plastic tank. I have tried to tell him he could take it to classic auto shows but he says he doesn't want people crawling all over it.
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We rented a '72 Brave back in '82 for a family vacation; brings back some great memories. Enjoy the "new to you" RV
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