Hey, glad to see the new Winnebago forum here, I just swapped my 87 Champion Telstar for a 1999 Winnebago Adventurer 35C.  She is not exactly vintage but then she isn't new either.  Couldn't wait for camping weather so we took her for a 10 day campout with our grandkids in NE Oklahoma.  Had a great time and not a hitch with the MH.  Cannot wait for summer and some real good times.  Planning on seeing some of America.

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Your new to you class A Winne is a nice step up being equipped with fuel injection and the overdrive transmission.My 1970 Winnebago F17 is even older than yours but its always been good to me.

Thanks Jimco, it really is a nice step up for us and we are so happy with it.  The dealer did a pre-delivery inspection on it after we had completed our deal and he replaced 6 hydraulic door lifts on the cargo doors, springs on the rear levelers, motor on the Hydraulic pump for the levelers and slide out and a new awning cover.  He said these were things that would need replacement soon and he did not want to leave that expense on me later this year or possibly next.  Everything is in good working order and it is clean as a pin all over.  We are ready to go.




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