Hello,I'm member Jimco_W001 and will be moderating this forum.I have owned Winnebago motorhomes for over 20 years and currently own five class A Winnebago models including Winnebago's first motorhome built in 1966.
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I have a good used cable from a unit that I am parting out. 740-802-8620 in ohio
Yes I recently purchased a 1990 Winnebago Warrior 22ft class A, I discovered that I have a small leak around the windshield gaskets. So if anyone out there has a 1989-1991 Warrior that they are parting out that has good windshield gaskets I would be interested in purchasing a complete set. Contact me at 606-560-3027 ask for Stan. Thanks
hi jimco ihave a 89 winnie elandan need the sliding shower door any sources thanks randy
Randall,I added a new link at the top of this discussion for a source of Winnebago parts.
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.
Must be quite something to have the first motorhome produced by them. Post some pics so the rest of us can see it. I'm into classic vehicles and in my opoinion, it can't be much more classic than that. Older Winnebagos are truly American icons. I've got an 89 Elandan which I always thought was one of the nicest looking coaches on the road. Thanks for helping with the forum. Never been a moderator but I imagine it could be time consuming.
Thanks for that..
Stay safe out there...
do you still have the sliding shower door randy
Hi Ken,Winnebago W001 also runs and drives great.Check out the video of it here at GORV's.
Also I have photo's of it and some others posted here.
Be sure to post more about your Elandan in the forum.They are really nice class A motorhomes.
Hey there Jimco
I don't get on here much. I love the old RVs and think the stories of those rebuilding and using them are great. I'm still overseas and won't be using mine until next year it seems if the good Lord is willing. I wish that I could post some info on mine. I've used it once since I bought it and it was great. I lost all my pics of that trip when the computer here had a tragic event. When I get back I want to update it a little but not change it. For many years back then, I would see them on the road and always thought they were the best looking coaches out there. Never thought I would own one. New paint and some carpet and mine will be pretty much like new. Thanks for your work to make a great site to preserve the old RVs. It might never be mainstream news or a big event to the masses but to many of us, it's really a great thing you're doing here.
We have a '82 Itasca Spectrum, the paper work seems to indicate that Winnebago is the parent company. Would this be the Discussion Board for me? Is there anyone else here who owns a Spectrum? There must not be too many of these little rigs around, at least I haven't found any on some other sights.
It's so nice to see the pics of you all's motor homes.