Thought this might interest a few of you. Price is not a misprint - I called. It is really nice but I will keep looking for my first Winnebago purchase.
WOW! She's nice but I've seen just as nice but for a hole lot less.
Nice, but price is off by a factor of 10.
That is really nice,,, and probably does have $40K invested,, But,,,, If your going to get a vintage RV,,,, get one that YOU rebuild and bring back to life.... just saying..
Absolutely. There are plenty out there looking to be saved, and to have personal touches installed by their new owners/restorers. $40k would go a looooooooonnnnnnnnnnngggggggg way on any vintage rig. Actually there's one near me that a friend is trying to get me to pick up. Very unique looking. All I know is that it's a Chevy chassis. Dropped $5k on a new engine 5 years ago and it's sat ever since. Trying to get pics.
While no doubt it's nice, if I was going to spend that kind of money I'd go see the chap that installed the double tip outs on his 74/75 in I think it was Indiana.
What is interesting to me about this Art is the fact the frig is only $700.00. that may be a good price for a fridge but it negates the fact you have to tear the old one out and then rebuild the coach in that area. I've been looking for a little vintage hot rod for a long time, it seems every one on Craigslist has a Beret Jackson concourse quality car and price them accordingly. It's very frustrating for sure. If I run across any Braves in my hunt for a car (I know but sometimes I take a side trip through the RV classifieds) I will certainly pass that on.Good luck on your search Art and don't give up.