1986 Winnebago Chieftain Motorhome

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1986 Winnebago Chieftain Motorhome sold for $4,750 on EBay 12/18/05

Item Specifics - RVs & Campers:

Type: Motorized Class A Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): 1GBKP37W1G3318092 Make: Winnebago Slide Outs: None Model: Chieftain Fuel Type: Gas Year: 1986 Leveling Jacks Included?: No Length (Feet): 33 Water Capacity (Gallons): 51-60 Mileage: 103500 Air Conditioners: 1 Sleeping Capacity: 6 Awnings: None Title: Clear

Vehicle Description:

1986 Winnebago Chieftain 33 feet, runs great with 103,000 miles. It was recently serviced with new belts and hoses. The braking system has been completly rebuilt at a cost of over $1300.00. All service records are available. The two way refrigerator , 6 gal hot water heater, Winguard Antenna; bathroom sink and shower fixtures and the two new tires on front end have all been installed in the past year. There is a TV w/VCR, microwave/convection oven, 4 burner stove, furnace and A/C. The counter top in the bathroom and kitchen table are also new. The bedroom area has a queen size bed and lots of storage overhead. The old window treatments were removed and have been replaced with blinds, There is a new privacy curtain in the front. The old swivel chairs were removed and replaced with two directors chairs, which can be stored for more room in the cabin or taken outside when camping. The table between the chairs was replaced with a small unit that has drawers for storage of movies, books, etc. The interior is clean and no evidence of smoking. We are not smokers. There is a tow package for your tow vehicle or trailer. The left front end has minor fiberglass damage, where someone tried to drive through a narrow spot, please check picture, you can hardly notice it. There is no door step so we use a stool, which works fine. The gas gage does not work, but we compensated by keeping a diary each time we filled up, with where we were, how much the gas was and the mileage. It has been a great way to keep track of our travels. No generator. Reserve right to cancel at any time if sold outright. Just replaced two tires at a cost of $470.00, makes for excellent tires all around.


Updated December 18, 2005 by Ron Ballew