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Old 01-18-2014, 03:11 PM   #1
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Class A 23RC information and wanted

I have been unable to locate information on Winnebago 23rc class a motorhome. have seen one on craigslist and know it will be ideal for this couple of old folks. what years was this model built-can only find 88 and 89. does anyone know where we can purchase one?
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Old 01-18-2014, 04:27 PM   #2
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1989 Spectrum 2000 class a motorhome.

My 89 Spectrum 2000 is a 32 foot gas powered pusher. Winnebago sold all the Spectrum 2000's to one buyer. I believe they only produced about 90 of the pushers. Powered by a 460 ci Ford. These things are space age and just float along. They are light and have great power to weight ratio. They made a front engine with same body style. Not sure which model you are looking for.
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They are based on the elandan model
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Old 01-19-2014, 07:57 AM   #4
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Suggest you look on the Winnebago Club website WIT Club It's $35 to join for one year but, since you like the brand and a specific model, this could be money well-spent to find the best information about Winnebagos.

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I have been unable to locate information on Winnebago 23rc class a motorhome. have seen one on craigslist and know it will be ideal for this couple of old folks. what years was this model built-can only find 88 and 89. does anyone know where we can purchase one?
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We have a 1991 23ec that we have just finished a renovation on.
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Old 03-11-2014, 11:54 AM   #6
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Class A 23RC

Mine is a 1992. I have owned this about 10 years now. It's okay for a weekend trip type motorhome. It's somewhat cramped inside due to it's small size. Admitted I did live in mine for 2.5 but I was by myself. I have had to do replace the roof as mine was fiberglass and had become pourous causing leaks that were very difficult to diagnose. I have also had to replace the toilet and the refrigerator. Most of those items are normal maintenance in my opinion.
The motorhome itself is easy to drive as it's small size allows for things like easier parking etc.

Some parts that I am having trouble with at this time are the turn signal, wiper and cruise control handle. The intermittent wipers are controlled by this and the control is defective. This is an aftermarket item and hasn't been available for sometime.

The other items that can be annoying with this motorhome is the rear corner bed. With two people it can be difficult to navigate as you are usually climbing over each other to get into and out of bed. It's also difficult to make the bed as you have to climb on it while trying to change or make the bed.
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