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Old 08-06-2006, 04:41 AM   #1
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While down at my dealership doing walkthrus I spotted a pristine 1979 Class A Winnebago, the sides still shined and the interior showed no wear, the colors were a little wild, it was powered by a Dodge 440. I know there was a lot of interest shown in it as a few salesman had some bids coming in on it.
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While down at my dealership doing walkthrus I spotted a pristine 1979 Class A Winnebago, the sides still shined and the interior showed no wear, the colors were a little wild, it was powered by a Dodge 440. I know there was a lot of interest shown in it as a few salesman had some bids coming in on it.
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We have one we still use to tailgate.

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