1970 Winnebago Brave Motorhome

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1970 Winnebago Brave Motorhome $751.53 on EBay 27 Nov 05

Item Specifics - RVs & Campers:

Vehicle Description:

Up for auction is a 1970 Winnebago. It is powered by a 318 dodge with a 4 barrel carb. It has a double sink, 4 burner stove, fridge, toilet, shower and sink. It has a table wich converts into a sleeper and has lots of cabinet space as well. This RV sleeps 6 total. The ceiling has some water damage due to leaks. It includes 1 propane tank, all of the jacking supplies, power cord and necessary supplies. This does not have a generator included but I will include a new one for an additional fee.The brakes are soft on it but still due the job. But they do need attention. It is a little cold natured but once warmed up it starts just fine.It is also missing the front bumper. It was removed and installed on something else. It could use some attention here and there but would make somebody a great camper for the price. It does have a clear open title. I have not started the furnace to check it so I will assume that it works. Please ask any and all questions before bidding or contact me to make arrangements to see it first. It is priced to sell with no resrve. Check out my other auctions for more off-road items and autos. Thanks for looking!!!!

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Questions from other members : 1970 Winnebago RV Camper Cheap No Reserve!! Item number: 8016443083

Q: Hi, could you tell me if the RV is driveable, brakes, engine tranny. I would like to see more pictures of the bathroom, interior etc. Does it have a generator? What condition are the floors in? I live in Minneapolis Minnesota, would I be able to drive it back if I purchased it. I am very interested, this would be a neat project with my kids. Steve

A: It is driveable, the brakes are soft, The engine and transmittion are solid. The floor seems solid though it needs new floor covering. It would be hard say if could make a trip that far but my only concern would be the soft brakes. They do work but the pedal is not stiff at the top, it travels down low before they are good. I have a small generator that I will offer for it for an additional $250. I will try to send some more pics asap. Thank you for the questions

Q: does this item run

A: Yes it does run well, Its just a little cold natured, Once it's choked, it starts right up everytime, Thank you

Q: hi was looking at your trailer house that has a motor could a person install a 426 hemi in it is the bolt pattern the same as the one I have. It has a very tall blower with a ram charger scoop with two carbs can you tell me if the roof vent would happen to be just above the motor area so that my blower could stick thru the vent that way it would be just like the pop up air grabber 1970 road runner type hood . also what rear end is in this mobile home with a motor will my center lines with 31 in tall M&H slicks fit they are 5 lug what bolt pattern is this please let me know thanks JED also would you be interested in a trade like COWS goats or rocks

A: Well lets see, The motor already has 1200hp and makes the trailer house run 8's in the 1/4. I already have the bathroom fan hooked up for a blower for the motor which adds an extra 150 hp and 200hp when the bathroom has just been used. The rear end is a variable ratio chain drive that is a 4 lug pattern.As far as trading goes I can't exactly use any cows goats or rock, but I would trade for some Burrows, prairie dogs or snipes. This is to good I have to post it. HaHAHa

Q: Dear Seller, What size tires does it have? Could you email me a picture of the motor? Thanks, Robert PS The emay account is my wifes

A: The tires are 16-7.50LT. I will send you a pic of the motor asap. Thanks.


A: It would probably make it, but myself, I haven't driven it more than 20 miles. It would be a long trip. The tires are in good shape. The generator would be an additional $250. It was $400 new. Thank you.


Updated November 24, 2005 by Ron Ballew