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Old 07-16-2017, 10:19 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Thoughts on this 36G DP Winnie?

Hi all,

Wife and I just closed on 9 acres that we will be developing mostly ourselves in Northern NC, just south of Danville, VA. We plan on RVing up there for a few nights every other weekend to clear the lot, etc. This will be a long-term project and by no means are we in a rush. Found a 2000 Winnie 36G DP for $32K. 480hr on genset, and 118K on the ODO. IT is IMMACULATE in my opinion and the maintenance records are flawless. Anyway, here is a short walk through I did yesterday, and would like some opinions as to if it is a good deal or not. Probably going to get it regardless, but this is our first RV, so we may be here asking lots of questions :-)

P.S. ignore the voice over, it was 99 degrees in there (NC heat sucks).

Thanks in Advance!
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If it's been stored outside check the roof really well !
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If it's been stored outside check the roof really well !
only in the last year has it been stored outside. The roof (To my virgin eyes) looks fantastic. We just had some CRAZY rains here and not a single sign of a roof, vent, or skylight leak. Other than that, how does it look for the age? I think it has been meticulously maintained. But I am new to this....
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