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1992 Toyota / Winnie Motorhome Gordon Callander 7-9-05  
I am considering purchasing a 1992 Toyota / Winnie Motorhome (21') V-6. I have 2 concerns. 1. It has 85,000 miles on it; what kind of problems can I expect with this many miles. 2. The coach siding is in two horizontal pieces with no trim covering the seam. This doesn't seem like Winnie quality control. The rv is in excellent condition and seems like it has been well cared for.
Re: 1992 Toyota / Winnie Motorhome acura 8-8-05  
I bought a 1993 last year. Found out to late that fridge and air do not cool. Don't know how to repair so it will cost about 750.00 fridge and 650.00 for air plus istallation. IF YOU FIND OUT HOW TO REPAIR LET ME KNOW PLEASE. mY WINNIE ALSO HAS --- Looks like fiberglass outter. Past owner clear cocked it. Does not look the best, but the inside is as clean as a whistle.
Re: 1992 Toyota / Winnie Motorhome Bryce Rappleye 8-10-05  
Price and location
Re: 1992 Toyota / Winnie Motorhome will 8-22-05  
GordonI have s 92 v6 itaska with 96000 miles on it. Itis as good now as it was with 20k. Hvave no fear if it has been maintained proprerly. I would pass on the coach, If it isnt an itaska or dolphin Id look till i found one. I just advertisead mi;ne in the local paper for 12500 and dont figure on having any trouble selling it. Good luck. They are great little rvs will
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