Yes mine had seatbelts in the two front seats, A little friendly advice, the very first things to check when buying a ( classic ) motorhome is 1-the roof is it leaking? how bad? and how bad is the water dammage to the inside of the motorhome if the roof has been leaking if the water dammage is that bad inside the motorhome is no good. At that point it is only good for parts for other motorhomes that have the same chassis as a parts motorhome. The other thing is how long has it been sitting? If it has been sitting for many years your going to have other issues, Rotted out brake lines, tires dry rotted, parts rusted together etc,etc, . I've been playing with old motorhomes since I was 15 im 33 now did you pay for that 1970 winnebago yet? You may be better off with that orange and white Dodge class-C that was on your blog, I think the floor layout may better if your going to live in it full time also the parts are easy'er to get because that is on a standard Dodge van chassis, the winnebago is on a M-300 motorhome chassis parts are a little harder to find on that (but not inpossible) anyway good luck and keep me up-dated. Doug.
Back in 2006-07 I had a 1969 winnebago D-22 It was very clean for It's age I was moving and sold it I really kick myself in the A@@ for doing that now, but I do have a 1973 Dodge class-C Im restoring right now, best of luck with your 1970
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