This Winnebago is priced at $19,833.00

 

This photo was taken in 2015 when we had first purchased Miss Winnie. We were on our way to the East Coast with Philadelphia our feathered destination.

The 30 foot Winnebago was our third Motor-home, and it followed our big 5th wheel. We knew that we had reached that point in life that if we were able to continuing RVing across the US and Canada we had to do it in a smaller vehicle. We were quiet thrilled to have found the 30B Winnebago with only 24,000 miles and one that still had the new smell.

Six years have passed and we now recognize that at our age it is time to say good bye to RVing and Miss Winnie. She has proven to be a wonderful motorhome, and over this period of 6 years we have added 21,000 more miles. But WOW what we have seen and visited in this six years has been phenominal.

We are offering you a complete package in an excellent RV. By complete package I mean every thing you need to start your venturing, from coffee filters to sewer hose. The Colorado pickup which we pulled we gave to our Grandson, but other than that you get every thing-else.

If you are interested come and look. You will not be dissappointed. This a a clean solid RV

 

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Engine check station.

 

Engine oil, dip stick, transmission oil and dip stick, windshield washer resovuer and engine water filler, and air cleaner. The cooler you see is the Transmission cooler and it was damaged by a rock, and replaced new in 2020

 

Two photos of damage caused by turning too tight pulling a tow vehicle. There is only fiberglass damage, and nothing structural

You asked "Tell me about this Winnebago Motor Home" and I'm happy you asked.

You see her parked in front of her stall in the Tonka Shed where she has resided the last 6 years. The Old NM sun really bakes RV's, Boats, or cars, so our are kept in the Tonks Shed when not in use. Here are the specifications.

2002 Winnebago;   
Sightseer, Model 30B
S/N 10D60C265451
CHASSIS VIN 1FCM53S320A05951

Odometer 45,070 miles
Ford Chassis, Gas V-10 Triton 310 hp engine
Allison 4 speed transmission
Tires LT 245/70R 19.5. 21,000 miles, new 2015
Steer Safe steering system (added)
Backup Monitor,
Complete set of original manuals
GCWR. 21,000LBS

Coach:
One 14 foot slide out. with awing
Hydraulic Leveling Jacks
Retractable Entry Steps Automatic
Onan 4,00 KW Gas Generator (392) hrs.
(3) Window awnings, new 2015
Suburban 30,000 BTU below floor ducted LP heater
Coleman roof top AC
Atwood Hot Water heater
Magic Chef Range, with oven and 3 Burners
Samsung Microwave
Norcold 2 door Refrigerator/Freezer, AC; LP GAS;
Double stainless steel sinks.
City Water Hook Up,
Electric Panel,
GFI Circuit Breakers
Co2 Detectors
TV Disc fold down roof mounted
King RV Antenna roof mounted
(2) 12 v Coach Batteries w/ disconnect
Width: 8’ 4.6”  
Length: 30’ 10”
Height:  11’ 10
Black water: 41 gal
Gray water: 40 gal
Fresh water: 75 gal
LP: 18 Gal
Fuel: 75 gal
Water filter loading canister

Complete set of original manuals

In storage and with a small inside tool kit

 

The Masters chair, manual adjustable and both forward seats will swivel 180 degrees

Samsung 32" Flat Screen smart TV. The TV is mounted on a More/Ryde extentabe bracket that allows the TV screen to be adjusted left and right.

The Sightseerer is equipped with a Satellite roof mounted disc receiver, but we do not subscribe to Disc TV and there for replace the wind up TV antenna with a low mounted King TV Receiver. You have a choice of service on your TV use.

The Engine Cover, and this last year replaced the engine cover sealing gaskets

The Sightseeker is equipment with hydraulic jacks and you are looking at the control panel. Just beneath is the CB Radio, and n the left are the controls for the adjustable morrows.

 

The sink leaf out.

The sink leaf down.

There is storage under the seats, accessible by doors or by lifting the cushions

The couch does fold out into a bed. Not comfortable but a bed.

Little coffee maker with a bag of filters. You have to supply the coffee and cream

This is an Amish slide table we found in Goshen, IN. It is a neat table and well made.

The mattress cover is a Moreno Wool cover that we bought in New Zealand. OH! so comfortable and easy on the back.

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The bedspread came with the camper and matches the head board.

Two storage cabinets above the bed. Too, there is an alarm clock on the right night stand.

The left bedroom closet is full length, and the right shirt length. Guess which on I got!

The shower is a hard one to photograph. We have never us this shower, and instead use it as an extra clothes closet We 99% of the time parked in campgrounds and preferred their larger showers.

The controll station, Slide out controls, Remote starting for the Generator, Water heater, Black and Grey tank indicators, which are no accurate, even when new. Water pump when not hook to city water. The the Thermostate both AC and Heater.

 

This attachment is fantastic. There is a transmitter that goes on each tire (10) total for the 6 tires on the RV and 4 on the pulled vehicle. The controller sits on the dash and indicates the pressure and temperature of each tire. You set the limits of allowable temperature and pressure and if either exceed your limits the system warns you. Great Insurance accessory.

You'll note the two pressure transmitters on the rear dulleys, one at 4:00 and on at 10:00

The Blue Ox tow bar, complete with electrical and safety cable. Cover for the hitch not shown. The is the best hitch on the market, and very easy to use.

These Blue Ox pins go into the socket of your towed vehicle. Two short one on the bottom rt came with the rigging and my hook up on the Colorado Pickup we pulled took the longer pins displayed top. Why, two, sets is that I didn't want to have someone steal one or two and leave me stranded. Just a $100 insurance package.

The Blue Ox Brake Buddy. A Brake assist on the towed vehicle is required in some states, so we invested in this device as we traveled in many states and didn't want a ticket or a problem.

 

Right rear compartment. The blue box hold extra oil, safety vest and misc items. A 25' extra 30 amp electrical cable, a set of emergency highway triangle markers, for that just in case, the rear access ladder and the white tube is a black water washer.

The Flow-Pur is a water filter that we used when using park water and also when filling the coach water tank. The charcoal filter just make the water taste better.

The two small plugs are house 110 plugs to RV 30amp and vice versa , RV 30am to house hold 110.

The holding tank dump container. The sewer hose is 10' long and works in that parks we used. I didn't want a longer hose as this length stores so well. On the water connection I use quick disconnects and the water hose also has a quick disconnect, so hook up is quick and easy. The 30 shore electrical cable stores very nicely in its area too. Then the exterior shower for clean up. Neat and it all fits.

 

Showing all the hoses etc when out of the compartment. The Electrical 30 am surge protector is shown, but I store it in another compartment.

The Onan 4,000 kw generator has 392 hours. It is big enough to power the A/C and or heater. Too, on some really hot days we have run the generator and AC when it was pushing the Engine AC cooling. The remote start is inside.

This is just a tool box for misc things one needs for an RV. Digital air gauge, flash light, and you know a bunch of other things you wife doesn't understand.

 

In 25 years of RVing there are little duma flodest that one needs, and I keep them here.. Fuses, 12 light bulbs and ............... Too, a small inside tool box, to save you having to go outside to the big tool box.

Lastly the First Aid Kit with band aids for the oops.

As we have RV's across the US and Canada these last 25 years we have been humbled by the vastness of this world God has provided. We camped in every state in the contiental US and every Province in Canada and a coup;e of states in Mexico. Three time to Alaska, and I'd go again, except that Dottie is tired of watching the trees go by.