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Old 07-31-2016, 08:18 AM   #1
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Our RV is a 1996 Winnie Adventurer 34RQ, just turned 55k miles, runs great, and we love it, I'll post pictures as soon as I can figure it how to send them from my phone, I'm not to computer wise. We made 2 trips to FLA, and 1 to MI, and no problems, we like the lay out, it has 1 slide. We use it mostly for tailgating at PSU home games. It's on the f53 Ford chassie, you can't beat that 460 motor.

Rick & Robin with ( Schaffer & Bella in memory)(springers) from S/E PA
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Old 07-31-2016, 09:43 AM   #2
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You might want check out this website : Classic Winnebago and vintage RVs.......ken

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Thanks will do
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Old 07-31-2016, 05:27 PM   #4
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Rick and Robin,

We love our Winnie too, they are great rigs. Here is a website that you may find handy in the future.

Winnebago Product Information | Motorhome & RV Information

Go in and enter your rig info, look up your wiring diagram, plumbing info, anything about your rig. It's a great resource.

If you E-mail Winnebago and give them your vin # they will register the rig under your name as the new owner. Any questions you call them with they will know exactly what rig you have.

Most of all, have a great time with your Winnie. We replaced our radio with a blue tooth one and then replaced the old tube TV with a flat screen digital. With just the bat wing antenna we get a bunch of TV stations at every CG we have stopped at. It will vary depending on how remote they are.

Love the sunshine and warmer weather!
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2004 Winnebago Itasca Sunova / 2012 Toyota Prius / 2016 ACME EZE-Tow Dolly
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