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Old 06-22-2005, 01:20 PM   #1
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Recently purchased a 77 Winnebago Cheifton, 25' with a Dodge 440 engine. I am both excited and overwhelmed with the responciblity of keeping this maintained and how to use all the subsystems onboard.

I am thrilled to find this site where I can share and receive info reguarding use and Maintenance of my rig.
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Recently purchased a 77 Winnebago Cheifton, 25' with a Dodge 440 engine. I am both excited and overwhelmed with the responciblity of keeping this maintained and how to use all the subsystems onboard.

I am thrilled to find this site where I can share and receive info reguarding use and Maintenance of my rig.
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Old 06-22-2005, 06:22 PM   #3
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Welcome to irv2 and the Vintage Rv thread Scott. A few years back we had a '78 Chieftain. The 440 is a powerful engine and the shift on the dash is cool. I am sure you will enjoy the summer with it.
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Scotts I have a 1975 Barth class C and I love it.I have it in the shop now as I have a water leak. I thought I wanted a 5er like my husband and I had.But I have bonded with my Barth and I love it . There is something about an older rig.Enjoy it Donna
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