Used Motor Home For Sale
1986 20' Winnebago 'Minnie Winnie'
Motor Home Description
Fiberglass Exterior, Aluminum Frame
High Ground Clearance - Special feature/model
HD Rear Bumper/Towing
Lots of Storage
I bought this motorhome from the original owners about 18 months ago, in hopes of creating a means of escape for fishing and outdoor activities, yet still having the ability to access the internet to do my work. I am a web designer/webmaster... Well, actually a webmistress.
I have had my mechanic go through it, tune it, replace belts, hoses, spark plug wires. Took it to an electrical shop for a complete checkup. Took it out to Bill Olinger for a complete checkup and checkout. And then had the NEW things added and other things replaced as listed in above description.
I've taken a handful of trips to the coast and around the Pacific Northwest. It's a dream to drive and very easy to handle. With the shorter wheel base and easy turning, it's UNUSUALLY spacious and open on the inside. The aluminum frame on the Chev 1-ton chassis makes for a light rig. And between the aluminum frame and fiberglass siding, there's no dry rot worries or maintenance headaches. I travel alone, but there is plenty of room for a family of 4-6 in this motor home.
MILEAGE: I've kept track of gas and mileage from the start. This motor home averages ~ 13 mpg, a wee bit better on the highway and, of course, a little worse in city.
The Title (which I have in my posession) states 20' as the vehicle length. However, the Washington State Ferry systems measure it at 21'... bumper to bumper with my camp chairs and bicycle hanging on the racks ;-)
I looked a LONG time for just this size of motor home - and a class C. I can say from my experience that RVs, motorhomes in this class and size are hard to come by. And finding one that is in decent shape is even more difficult. You can see from the photos that this motor home is in Great condition.
I am not happy about selling this motor home, and frankly would rather not. But my home is in the middle of renovation and I've run out of available cash to continue, no thanks to a contractor problem. And I need my primary residence finished MORE than I need a Winnebago at this point... Ah, the choices we must make.
But that said, I'm not too flexible on the price. It's worth every single penny and then some. Additionally, I will NOT negotiate with dealers, brokers, etc. This motor home will go to a private party that will appreciate it and love it as I have.
Delivery is possible and negotiatiable.
If you are interested in making an appointment to see this Class C Winnebago (Minnie Winnie), please shoot me an email at:
Thanks for your interest,