1972 Winnebago Brave Motorhome

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1972 Winnebago Brave Motorhome $1,425 on EBay 11/27/05

Item Specifics - RVs & Campers:

Type: Motorized Class A Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): -- Make: Winnebago Slide Outs: None Model: Brave Model 1801 Fuel Type: Gas Year: 1972 Leveling Jacks Included?: No Length (Feet): 18 Water Capacity (Gallons): 11-20 Mileage: 33000 Air Conditioners: 1 Sleeping Capacity: 6 Awnings: 1 Title: Clear


Vehicle Description:

PLEASE READ EVERYTHING CAREFULLY BEFORE BIDDING. All original manuals and paperwork Original Warranty Certificate Duo--Therm Roof-Mount Air Conditioner Bowen Gas Water Heater Alson Personal Shower Pressurized Water System LP Gas system and Appliances I purchased this RV this summer but decided it wasnít what I wanted. It has a top speed of about 55 mph on flat ground. This is a neat looking little camper with a tight turning radius. It would make a great project vehicle or something for a hunting lease or local camping. I have a signed title from the person I purchased this RV from but it is undated and not in my name. The tags and inspection are both out and this vehicle is NOT SAFE to drive as is. It does Run and Drive and I drove it 900 miles in August but I would not recommend it. The Good Considering this is a 33 year old vehicle itís in good shape. The body is straight with no damage. The windows are all in tact and open fine. The interior is better than what youíd expect. When I purchased this RV I was told that all the equipment works fine. I have NOT tested any of it so I do not know first hand if any of it works or to what extent. I was told the air conditional needs Freon. Again, I havenít tested it. I drove this RV 900 miles in 90 degree plus heat the first week of August 2005 and had no problems with over heating. I got about 10 mpg on the freeway. The tires are brand new with under 1,000 miles. I replaced the belts and the fuel pump and filter are also new and under 1,000 miles. The Bad As I said, I havenít tested any of the equipment. There is no generator currently installed so Iím not able to test it. The throttle linkage needs to be fixed. It dose run and drive but the linkage pops loose now and then. The steering is very loose. The brakes need work and are very spongy. The gas gage is broken. BTW, it has a 25 gallon gas tank. I found this out the hard way. It needs muffler work and it takes a little to start it when itís cold.

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