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Blue Book Value of 1996 Minnie Winnie Larry Herr 9-14-09  
What would the Blue Book Value be of a 1996 Minnie Winnie with hydraulic stabilizers.
Re: Blue Book Value of 2002 Minnie Winnie Rita Evans 6-27-13  
I'm trying to find out the value of a 2002 Minnie Winnie. It is 22 feet with a slide out. It's in good shape. There are Hydraulics but do not work properly. Mileage: 28700 It is in good condition.
Re: Blue Book Value of 1996 Minnie Winnie Lorna Ross 11-17-09  
For my estate tax I need to know the vaue of my 1996 Minnie Minnebago It is in good condition
Re: Blue Book Value of 1996 Minnie Winnie Roland Mastroluca 1-10-10  
Re: Blue Book Value of 1996 Minnie Winnie
Re: Blue Book Value of 2003 Minnie Winnie29 ft Diane Graefen 4-4-11  
What is the blue book value of 1 2003 Winnebago, Winni Minni 29 1/2 ft, with under 23,000 miles on it?
Re: Blue Book Value of 1996 Minnie Winnie Debra Prater 4-7-13  
I am considering purchasing a mini-winni 24" with air and has 30,000 miles and always kept in storage. It has a generator and is very clean. My friend owns it and want 16,000. Is that a good deal?
Re: Blue Book Value of 2002 Minnie Winnie John 1-19-14  
Looking to purchase private party a 2002 24ft mini Winnie 3500 Chevrolet good condition.They are asking $26,000.00 which seems very high for an eleven year old unit??? Thank you
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