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Toyota Motorhome RV Class C Sunrader Fiberglass 18' Good Condition Road Ready

$6,000

Poy Sippi, Wisconsin

Year 1984

Make Sunrader

Model Toyota

Category -

Length 18

Posted Over 1 Month

1984 Toyota Sunrader 18' class C motorhome in good working/running condition. We've had a lot of fun in this little RV and it's ready to go camping today! The Good: Cab and coach A/C work well. All cab gauges/signals/lights work. Brakes and parking brake work. Starts and runs well and has been absolutely dependable for us. 6 Hankook load range D (not the cheaper passenger class tires) tires in excellent shape and lots of tread left. We installed these when we bought the RV 7 years ago. All coach lights work (one by the upper bed is getting touchy). Additional LED lighting has been added. Range hood functional. Shower/toilet work with no leaks. Furnace works. Dometic fridge works on elec. or propane settings (see pic of ice in freezer). THIS IS NOT THE ORIGINAL FRIDGE PER THE FORMER OWNERS, WAS REPLACED NEW ABOUT 10 YEARS AGO. Stove top burners work. Original screen door still functional. 17mpg when fully loaded and carrying 2 adults and one large dog. No leaking around windows other than once for us: In a severe driving rain the window by the table and upper bed did show some water infiltration. After market cruise control added by prev. owner. After market am/fm cassette stereo with remote! Coach and cab speakers all work. Water system has no leaks. 22R 4 cyl, engine Manual transmission shifts smoothly We have some of the original information e.g. fridge and stove manuals, electrical system info, receipts for cruise control install and wheel bearing work completed 2003. The Bad: Oven does not work and didn't when we bought the RV. Water heater won't light as of last year. No pull out step when we bought it but we will include our homemade stairs. Upper bed window on driver side and large dinette window same side have leaked in very heavy rains. (added 8-3-15 as we had a huge storm last night and noted some leaking @ the upper bed window. None @ the dinette window.) The Ugly: A/C cover blew off 2 years ago. Former owner was pretty free with the caulk gun. One marker light missing the cover (see pic). This camper was originally a Texas vehicle and has never seen salt, hence NO RUST. Has been winterized every year and covered from the winter elements. Has the 5 lug axle. WINNING BIDDER: PLEASE NOTE PAYPAL DEPOSIT OF 1000.00 WITHIN 24 HRS OF AUCTION END. Winning bid is null and void if deposit not received as stated. Please don't waste our time or yours if you aren't a serious bidder. This is an AS IS Final Sale auction so please feel free to ask any questions or for more pics. We all know this is a 30 year old vehicle. There is no warranty implied by seller. We will be sad to see our Sunrader go but our loss will be your gain and we feel confident you'll love her as much as we have.

'91 Toyota RV Motorhome - Winnebago Toye

$9,700

Punta Gorda, Florida

Year 1991

Make Winnebago

Model Toyota Toye

Category -

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

Sleeps 4 - Bed over cab - Pull out Sofa - 2 burner Stove - MicroWave - 2 way Refrigerator/Freezer - 2.5 KW Generator - Coleman Roof Air - 3 Ltr V6 Engine - New Timing Belt - 1 Ton Chassis - Rear Air Springs - New Shocks - New Muffler - Good Gas Milage - Located in Punta Gorda, Florida - Cash Sale - Buyer pick-up

Body-No Dents no defects-2nd Owner-Ice cold Air Dash and Top-Best Design Inside

$8,000

Sierra Vista, Arizona

Year 1987

Make TOYOTA

Model ODYSSEY MOTORHOME

Category -

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

Has the 1 Ton axle everything works, kept in great shape, Design, Odyssey the Best, bathroom in back, Cooking area with frig. in Front. 2nd Owner. NON Smoking Motorhome. Has Captian Chairs with Table. Leveling Jacks included.Easy to Drive, automatic.

2013 Show Hauler Motorhome

$285,000

Reno, Nevada

Year 2013

Make Show Hauler

Model Motorhome

Category Class A

Length 45

Posted Over 1 Month

2013 Show Hauler Motorhome, 2013 Showhauler 4 slide volvo 550hp D16 12 sp I shift two full baths, bunk beds, king size bed in master suite 45k miles, 40k lb hitch, 12.5 kW onan 3 ducted AC s, diesel aqua hot, full size fridge, no propane, lots of storage, 6" extra interior height, sleeps 7 adults automatic awning, outback 2800watt inverter, 3 fantastic fans and 2 ceiling fans, day/night shades, lots of interior lighting and accent lighting, outside tv/stereo entertainment center, satellite, super quiet safe and reliable easy to service HD volvo twin screw with HD 20 k lb front axle, beautiful Amish made cabinetry and wood work throughout, just like the unit shown on extreme RV tv show. Nothing drive or tows better period! Like New! More Pictures available upon request. Title in hand for quick transaction. Asking $290,000 7756860016 If you are looking at a prevost newel renegade NRC featherlight freightlinner, rv diesel toter Toterhome recreation vehicle ford chevy dodge stacker hauler Toyota ski boat Porsche race car corvette zr1 z06 hp merc cat fountain classic hot rod Harley you will really like this dream coach $285,000.00 7756860016

Toyota Dolphin Motorhome

$8,950

Garden City, Idaho

Year 1992

Make Toyota

Model Dolphin

Category -

Length 23'

Posted Over 1 Month

Nice example of a popular Mini Camper. 3.0L V-6, auto/overdrive. Non smoker, no pets. Mileage is approx. 78,000, ODO does not work. I've put 10,000 miles on it in 1 1/2 yrs. Many new and rebuilt items : Ft shocks, cab A/C, windshield, coach A/C shroud, rear tires, 4" tube rear bumper, fuel tank cleaned and coated, toilet rebuilt. Has airbags on rear springs. Might consider delivery in the West. If it isn't sold by early Oct., will be taking it on another long trip - Boise to Sac, Bakersfield, San Diego, Phoenix, Moab, SLC, etc. Cash, no trades.

1989 Toyota Dolphin Motorhome

$5,200

Las Vegas, Nevada

Year 1989

Make Toyota

Model Dolphin

Category -

Length 19

Posted Over 1 Month

YOUTUBE VIDEO HERE https://youtu.be/9gqYhtnH8Xg 1989 TOYOTA DOLPHIN 19 Foot CLASS C MOTORHOME W/ ONLY 58000 ORIGINAL MILES!!! Hi, I recently purchased this motorhome but now need to sell. I have NOT yet titled this vehicle in my name, however I did get a temporary 3 day permit to move it at Arizona DMV at the time of purchase and it has CLEAR NOTARIZED TITLE. This TOTOTA DOLPHIN 19 Foot CLASS C MOTORHOME with only 58000 ORIGINAL MILES. It has a 22 RE 4 cylinder engine that runs great, a good shifting automatic transmission, dash and roof air conditioning, Working Generator Run your coach A/C while you drive. Working Propane and Electric refrigerator, rear ladder and awning. No Cracks in the Dash and seats are in good condition, seat covers included but not necessary. New bright LED lighting. 100th the power drain of incandescent lighting The Wallpaper is peeling in a few spots and the roof has been resealed and DOES NOT LEAK, however there are a few water spots on the ceiling from leaks in the past, NO WOOD ROT. CLEAR NOTARIZED ARIZONA TITLE This TOYOTA has a nice, roomy floor plan that features: an overhead bunk... a small dinette that converts to a small bed... and a couch that converts to a bed as well. All together sleeps 4 . The kitchen features a four burner stove with oven...refrigerator...and dual stainless steel sinks. It has a rear bathroom w/shower and Rear Airbags. The following is Brand new : NEW UPHOLSTERY NEW WOOD LAMINATE FLOORING NEW DRAPES NEW TIRES NEW FULL SIZE DOMETIC TOILET NEW BRIGHT LED LIGHTING 100TH THE POWER DRAIN OF INCANDESCENT LIGHTS. ALL SYSTEMS ARE FUNCTIONAL Unlike all the other gargantuan motorhomes (which are 8 1/2' foot wide)... this can easily (and legally) be parked on any city street, parking space or private driveway. Just like any other truck or van. (6 1/2' wide). No $50 per month storage fees! THE EXTERIOR IS IN ROUGH SHAPE!! I REPEAT THE EXTERIOR IS IN ROUGH SHAPE! HERE IS A SHORT VIDEO OF THE TOYOTAS IMPERFECTIONS https://youtu.be/mNN975PHFA0 Various patches from denting and the fiberglass needs a paint job, I decided to leave it as is to deter anyone from breaking in. Decals are sun faded in several areas. This Toyo is a Good size, easy to maneuver. Great for recreation or travel. Runs and drives fantastic, mechanically sound. Being a Toyota means great on GAS,, average 17 mpg, and a great plus with such LOW MILES! I LIVE 2 BLOCKS FROM LAS VEGAS BLVD NEAR THE STRIP, FLY IN AND DRIVE HOME THIS TOYO IS READY FOR THE ROAD If you have questions please e-mail or call 9563298789. Thank you for your interest.I BID YOU GOOD BIDDING (-: $250.00 NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT SORRY I'VE HAD VARIOUS BAD EXPERIENCES IN THE PAST, HOWEVER EBAY STILL BILLS ME FOR THIS LISTING

1991 Toyota Sea Breeze Motorhome

$7,500

Phoenix, Arizona

Year 1991

Make Toyota Motorhome 21ft Rv

Model -

Category -

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

1991 Toyota Sea Breeze motorhome. 3.0L v6 engine. Runs and drives great. Has cold cab air conditioning along with cold upper ac unit. Has 133k miles and in my opinion is still low for a Toyota. This vehicle has an automatic transmission that shifts smooth. Has no rust and Just passed Arizona emission testing. The fridge works works both on electric and propane (tested operates as should). Stove and oven both work great. All interior Light fixtures in the interior of motorhome come on. This motorhome has no generator on it, however, the long electrical cord plugs into an electrical outlet and powers up everything in the motorhome just fine. She needs a little cosmetic work but will be a great for camping adventures. If Buyer uses the buy it now price of $6500.00. I will replace the 4 dually tires with the money from the winning bid. They will be replaced with new hancook RA08 tires. Any other offer does not include this deal.

1989 Toyota Motorhome RV Camper 21ft Low Miles. V6 Auto overdrive Must See!!

$11,275

Butler, Tennessee

Year 1989

Make Toyota

Model Class C Motorhome RV

Category -

Length 21 feet

Posted Over 1 Month

Hate to see her go for we had a lot of fun camping in her but, work has us tied down and would like to sell to someone like you who can have fun and enjoy her as we did!! This camper runs and drives excellent and turn key ready! We restored our camper to look like you are in a log cabin as seen in pictures. Camper as been gutted to a shell inside, windows removed and re-chalked. Camper was refurbished threw-out the entire vehicle including walls, ceiling etc. Got rid of the 80's/90's nasty look and replaced with a custom one off look. While I had it all torn apart, we replaced wiring (where needed), new custom cabinets and tons storage threw-out. Got rid of the old stove and replaced with storage and new counter top and cabinets. Installed new microwave, sink, new faucets kitchen and bathroom. Installed a electric hot water heater. Installed new upgraded cable hookup and TV wall mounting. New electric hookup with the best plugins you can buy set up to run with 30amp 120v or there is a adapter to run at regular outlet power. Or all can be run from the gas generator located in the RV storage outside, generator was refurbished and is in working condition. The thing I love about this camper the most, is you can just unplug from your camper site and drive around anywhere you would like to go for the day. No worries of taking another vehicle on your daily adventures. List of most items just recently done in the last couple thousand miles or sooner since the new transformation including mechanical work for preventive maintenance so we could drive anywhere we wanted to go: Top end of the motor completely rebuilt, new gaskets, seals, rebuilt heads, intake system, water pump, new distributor, H.D.alternator, full tuneup, new fluids and radiator flush. New shocks in front and air ride adjustable suspension in back. Upgraded A/C to modern 134a, new battery, 6 new tires. Exhaust upgraded for more power and more. Electric start 30 amp generator with new fuel lines and primmer bulb all just done. Mechanical work done by a local shop by a ASC certified Toyota mechanic with over 30 years experience. One look at the motor and you can see all the new parts installed. Has 6 gallon storage tank for the generator separate from the truck gas tank. Black and grey water storage tanks work without any leaks. A/C unit in living area was replaced with a later model rebuilt higher 13.500 BTU unit with new thermostat installed on wall. Unit can be retro with heater element or use the gas heater. We ran a electric heater in the winter. Interior Work : New high quality heavy duty upholstery and curtains. Should outlast the truck much better than factory. New high end driver and passenger seats with center console and cooler. Inside completely refurbished with custom one off look. Custom built dinning area and lighting that transforms into a bed. New counter tops and all new high quality faucets. New high quality hardwood vinyl flooring. Completely refurbished shower surround with new fixtures. New toilet, new microwave, new hot water heater. New power feeds with the best plugs you can buy, new circuit breakers. AC to DC power converter refurbished. Backup camera. Refurbished outdoor running lights and added new door lights for outside camping security. New water line hookup and best quality septic line. Basically made it more of a modern style vehicle you would see at a dealership today. Outside is basically stock. Preventive maintenance done threw-out for your trouble free adventures. Feel free to ask any questions you may have and all questions will be answered in a timely manner. Please serious bidders and questions only. Had to relist again due to buyer's health complications. Sorry missed this on the ad been getting a lot of questions about.. V6 engine auto with overdrive, cruise, tilt. etc. Mileage: is 67k. been about 3k since the engine overhaul. All the engine work listed above plus new timing belt, plugs, wires, etc. of course. Shipping : front bumper to rear dually axle about 14 ft. little over 21 ft over all. Both A/C's are blowing cold. All of the propane lines still intact just unhooked the stove. Cook top can be added, electric or propane hookups right there. Refrigerator works great, works on gas 120v or 12v. Hot water heater is electric or propane. All major appliances and A/C are on their own breakers. Hope that answers most of the questions I forgot to add. Thanks and Good luck....Scott

1991 Toyota Odyssey Americana Motorhome

$9,500

Las Vegas, Nevada

Year 1991

Make Toyota

Model Americana Odyssey

Category -

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

1991 Toyota Americana Odyssey 22 foot, what I believe to be, the Santa Fe Model All systems are functional except Coach Heater and the refrigerator only runs with shore powerAll 6 tires are in excellent conditionBrakes excellentCab and Coach A/C blow Ice Cold Heater in cab Is working perfectlyTruck has Excellent BrakesAlignment is excellentRoof has been replaced about 6 months ago with all aluminum panelsRoof vent above cab sleeping has been coveredwater, gas and electrical are working properly Dent in rear drivers rear quarter panel and dent in passenger side rear bumper.SEE LAST 2 PICTURES, but bumper and rear quarter panel still fully functionalrear Ladder is NOT included . Original steering wheel has been replaced with 'Grant' steering wheel.Coach access has been closed off and a big screen has been added in its place, however it can easily be converted back to original condition.. Newer Microwave.Instamatic 3000 Awning is fully functional I recently purchased this Motorhome within the last week on a trip to Texas, I ALSO have a 19 foot Toyota Itasca listed for sale on Ebay and one of these motorhomes MUST BE SOLD..Please feel free to call or text me at 9563298789I am in the southern most tip of Texas but live in Las Vegas and can deliver for fuel and incidental expenses if your location is not too far off the route from Texas to Nevada Various supporting documents, owners manuals for appliances and build sheet. Please do not bid if you you are unsure this Motorhome is right for you.$250.00 non refundable deposit at time of purchase.

1987 Granville Toyota 21' Granville

$4,400

Milroy, Pennsylvania

Year 1987

Make Granville

Model Toyota 21' Granville

Category -

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

1987 Granville Toyota 21' Granville, 1987 Toyota Granville 21' #9975 - Class C Mini Motorhome | Currently Inspected until July 2016 1987 Granville 21' Toyota - Mini Motor Home RVToyota Chassis - Sleeps 4 - Rear KitchenNo Generator - 70,502 miles - Gas Engine This pre-owned 1987 Granville offers you a Class C mini motor home that has a strong cult following. In the 80s the RV boom hit America hard, and with it came motor homes and camping trailers of all different shapes and sizes. Most people are familiar with the mammoth bus-based RVs and pickup-truck mounted camper attachments, but few people remember that Toyota also got into the camping game in its own unique fashion. Unlike other major RV players who battled over maximum trailer length and interior square footage, Toyota decided to keep things small and compact. The Toyotas fairly reasonable fuel mileage and easy to park and maneuver dimensions offered a different sort of RV experience that appealed to campers not necessarily interested in taking it all with them when they ventured out into the great outdoors. Schedule an appointment today to see this exciting RV.At a low price of $4,400 this compact Granville Toyota Mini Class C motor home is priced to sell today. This vehicle is being sold AS IS with no implied or expressed warranties. This Class C has a current PA State Vehicle inspection and emissions inspection valid until July of 2016.Schedule your test drive today by calling 800-722-1236 .

1987 Toyota Sunrader Motorhome 21ft CLEAN

$7,500

New York, New York

Year 1987

Make Toyota

Model Sunrader

Category -

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

1987 Toyota Sunrader. Only 88k miles. Sleeps 4. Everything works. 14 MPG Highway. Fridge, Stove, Oven, A/C, Heat, Hot water, Toilet, Shower, Sinks, Closet, Couch, Table. Runs great! Great camper for solo or small group trips. I bought it from a friend less than a year ago for a "snowbird" trip to Florida where I lived out of it on the road and at my destinations for several months. It's very comfortable to travel and live in! Now I'm settling back into life and looking for something more commuter friendly, so sadly the camper has to go. Your lucky day! Highlights: No leaks even in heavy downpourFiberglass gel coat recently restored, very cleanCarpeting removed, replaced with hardwood laminate flooring1 ton rear axle (6 lug)Coach and cabin A/C ice coldTransmission cooler and temp gauge will save you costly transmission rebuildsNew custom cutting board countertop installed on top of fridge (see photos)Best floor plan for sleeping or lounging (couch pulls out to bed in 5 seconds)Lots of cabinets for storageRV bike rack included4 cylinder fuel injected 22-RE engine in great conditionThe car and coach have been lovingly maintained by all owners, so everything works and should keep working for years to come. These Toyota 22-RE engines can last forever, and is still young at only 88k miles. Here's a rundown of all the work that's been done on the car recently:New fan belt (2015)New metal gas tank and fuel pump (2013)All carpeting removed from floor and replaced with wood laminate (2013)New front struts (2013)Transmission completely rebuilt (2014)Transmission cooler installed (2014)Transmission temp gauge installed (2014)All break pads replaced (2014)New alternator installed (2015)New engine water pump (2015)New air filter (2014)Right idler arm replaced (2014)Rear shocks replaced with Bilstein heavy duty racing shocks (2014)New sewer valves for black and grey water tanks (2014)New coach water pump (2015)New fuel filter (2015)All coach lamps replaced with LED bulbsModified propane system to accept an external (BBQ-style) tank (built-in tank needs new fill valve)New stereo with AUX-in for connecting iPod or smartphonePlease ask questions, I am happy to answer them. Also, if you would like additional photos/videos, just ask!

1987 Toyota dolphin motorhome RV, good conditon

$3,500

Rochester, Minnesota

Year 1987

Make Toyota

Model Dolphin

Category -

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

(( MUST SELL ASAP, ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED)) I am selling a Toyota RV, dolphin, it has a 97K miles, was driven yesterday, everything runs fine, good 22R engine, starts right up, there is slight room damage in the bathroom, nothing major, easy fix, nice clean RV if you can do TLC, you will end up with a good camper, I just moved it yesterday to UHAUL storage, if interested let me know and go look at it, I have the title and paperwork, manuals, from First owner, I bought the RV to move it to NC, but i could not find a reasonable way to move it here, so i have it to sell it locally, Again the RV can be looked at UHaul, Dillon Radiator 3237 Marion Road SE, Rochester, MN 55904, Ask for Jeff for appoint to come look at it507 289 6832 Call me for more details, 919 601 9939,

Toyota Sunrader Motorhome Beautifully Renovated, Excellent, Best in the Nation!

$18,000

Fort Collins, Colorado

Year 1984

Make Toyota

Model Sunrader

Category Class C

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

We are selling our Toyota Sunrader and it's absolutely stunning. I have gone over every single inch of this motorhome and either refinished or replaced all of it. We currently use it all the time and it has just traveled from Ketchikan Alaska to the Mexican border to Colorado without a single issue. It has 6 new industrial all terrain tires, new exhaust system, fresh tune up with plugs, cap, rotor, air filter, and oil service. You can jump in it right now and drive to the tip of Maine without hesitation. I have averaged 17 miles per gallon and one of the very best parts is that ALL of the other Toyota motorhomes came with a 13 gallon gas tank but mine comes with a 23 gallon tank so you have an extra 170 miles of range. I have taken a different Sunrader around the entire circumference of the United States and that small tank is a real pain to deal with, I can't even describe how nice it is to have the larger gas tank. Also I have really liked that it has a manual transmission because you can control the power much better and it really helps boost the gas mileage when you are in the mountains or around town. I've owned every kind of Toyota motorhome (except the Chinook:), and I believe the Sunrader to be the best... The fiberglass cap shell design prevents water damage or leaks and is incredibly strong. All of the other motorhomes leak and creak overtime and the corners of the other coaches rot because of the wood framing, not to mention the maintenance is significantly easier on the Sunrader because you aren't having to reseam-seal the roof every season. When I started the remodel of the interior, the inside was already really nice but very dated so I stripped everything off so it was down to just bare wood. Then I sanded everything and vacuumed and washed every surface so it was completely free of saw dust. Next, I painted 4 coats of primer and 4 coats of acrylic finish paint. Then I replaced every knob on the cupboards with new modern pulls and painted the insides of all the cabinets. To finished off the cabinetry I removed all the old chipped edging on the counter top and table and replaced it with brand new heat bonded edging so I would not come loose. I removed the old carpet and installed a full floating hard wood floor. To finish off the floor I installed quarter round on the edges and installed aluminum flashing on the transitions, now it looks great. I decided that the two front windows made it waaay too hot to sleep on the upper bunk because every morning the sun would come out and turn it into a tropical green house. I built a cover for the windows and carpeted the whole upstairs with wall carpet it looks like that's the way it came from the factory so I'm completely happy with the way it turned out. Now it stays much more comfortable and darker for sleeping. I finished off the upstairs with brand new sheets, pillows, and linens. I took off all the range hood, oven door and steel panels and painted all of them to match with a hammered steel paint and they also turned out wonderful. For the entry way I lowered the first step by 2 inches to give you a bit more head room and then installed 3/4 inch rubber over everything. This is the same rubber they use in horse trailers so it will never wear out. I finished the entry way by boxing in all the corners with aluminum to give it a classy and ultra durable finish. It even has a convenient light built into the step so you don't trip at night. I brought the cushions to a professional upholstery shop and had them refinished with an extremely durable and modern fabric so now it looks like a modern swanky apartment, I also took some of the same upholstery material and lined the face of the fridge so it matches the cushions. I removed all the old light coves and replaced all the old bulbs with new ones and also replaced all the light lenses with new ones. I serviced the water heater and I also just replaced the fresh water pump in the coach with a really high quality Surflo system and replaced the water valve on the toilet. I also serviced the high pressure water valve with new o-rings so it would not drain off the pressure in the system over night. We decided that the coach could use a little entertainment so I installed a 24 inch flat screen/ DVD player combo. Right now it only runs on shore power but if you hook up a small inverter you can run it off battery power as well. I also bought two brand new pioneer speakers and installed them in the back so you can enjoy better sound quality from the radio. These can easily be wired to plug right into the back of the TV for surround sound if you want. I decided to throw the old curtains away and sew new ones so I found some really high quality insulated light blocking curtains, then I cut and sewed them to fit the coach windows and replaced all the old cheap curtain rods with modern high quality rods. I removed the instructional sticker off the roof ac and repainted to match the interior, then replaced the sticker for a factory looking finish. The roof ac works great and looks great now. I have had quite a few Toyota motorhomes because we like to buy and restore one every summer and I can confidently say that this Sunrader is easily one of the best in the nation. I want just an easy cash sale so please no trades or checks of any kind. Happy Camping!!!! 9708170332 Winnebago warrior, dolphin, astro, tiger, Minnie Winnie, pleasure way, Itasca, eurovan, westy, westfalia, diesel, rialta, mpg, travco, gmc, airstream, scamp, fiberglass

Toyota Motorhome Winnebago Warrior - Beautifully Renovated - Best in the US

$16,999

Fort Collins, Colorado

Year 1991

Make Toyota

Model Winnebago Micro Warrior

Category -

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

It's time to sell our 91 Winnebago Micro Warrior, we have loved having it and have traveled all over the Colorado Rockies in it. This Toyota has the most coveted engine of all the Toyota motor homes, the 3.0L V6 has amazing stamina--it gets AMAZING gas mileage for a motor home, while still driving strong-much stronger than the older 22re 4 cylinder engines. Our Warrior runs like a champ, we have gone up and over Eisenhower Pass (Elevation 11,158 feet, the highest point in the US Interstate System) many times holding 50 MPH fully loaded. Cruising the flats it gets 17-18 MPG. It has an overdrive off switch and a transmission power switch which really help in the mountains. I looked at LOTS of Toyota motor homes before buying this one and the thing I really like about the Winnebago is that interior parts a way better quality than any of the others I saw. It has things like a solid one piece floor when other ones have seams that flex and bend, it has solid oak cupboard doors when other have pressed wood that fall apart, it's build with a welded aluminum coach frame when others just use wood, nails and glue, the door frame is one solid piece of shaped aluminum to give it more strength, the walls are sandwiched laminated with a thick insulation so it's quiet and holds temperatures well. Winnebago certainly made the best version of these little Toyota motor homes. You can get other motor homes that compare in fuel mileage but they cost 5-10 times as much to buy and would cost waaaay more to maintain because they have Mercedes diesel engines, plus diesel is 65 cents per gallon more than gas. The motor home is equipped with:Sleeping for 5/6 -Fold Out Couch, Fold Down Dinette, LoftFull Kitchen with Microwave and Gas Stove/ Oven and Range HoodHot and Cold water in the Kitchen, Bathroom, and ShowerFridge/ Freezer combo that runs on propane or electricityLarge Closet in BathroomSlide Away Bathroom DoorCOLD Roof AC -- Shore Power or Generator PowerInterior Generator On/Off Switch2 Deep Cycle Batteries to run Lights, Water, Range Hood, Furnace Fan, and Skylight FanAutomatic Battery Charger and Power Converter with Automatic Starting Battery IsolationLevel Gauge for Batteries, Black Water, Gray Water, Fresh WaterAutomatic Thermostat for the Propane FurnaceOriginal Owners Manual Over the last month I have remolded, refurbished, or replaced every single piece of the interior and exterior of the coach. It was really fun and TONS of work but here is what I did: First I sanded and stripped every inch of the interior then tore up the old carpet and removed all the old fixtures and light coverings. Then I tore out all the upholstery because it was ugly and sent it off to be professionally reupholstered. When the couch was out I rebuilt the skirting and framework for the couch. Then I washed and vacuumed every surface of the interior and masked off everything I did not want to paint. I sprayed 3 layers of Kills Primer and then put 5 coats of semi-gloss on. I picked semi-gloss so it would be easy to clean up scuffs. I installed a floating hardwood floor so it would be quick and easy to clean and sweep. I finished the floor edges with quarter round and calked all the seams then built a new entryway/mud room out of the heavy rubber they use in horse trailers. I finished all the entryway seams with aluminum to secure it and give it a nice finished look. For the shower cut out all the old silicon and used an industrial marine enamel to refinish it, then I redid all the silicon. Some of the drawers needed to be rebuilt so I did that and lined each one with a decorative foam to keep sound down while you are driving. All of the pulls on the drawers got replaced with modern brushed nickle handles. I removed all metal covers and guards along with the stove door and painted them to match each other. I used the same material that I picked for the couch to reupholster the fridge door. Some of the plumbing was cracking so I replaced everything that was in bad shape. I bought new covers for all the lights along with new bulbs. I decided to recover the whole loft with a soft gray wall carpet and delete the long front window so it would be a nice place to sleep and not have too much light and heat cooking you in the morning. I removed all the ugly old blinds and sewed these curtains, they are light stopping so you can't see from the outside in when they are drawn. I bought all new linens and pillows for the interior. The generator was running poorly so I did and full service and rebuilt the carburetor now it fires right up and runs great. The exterior was completely cleaned and decreased then sanded, buffed and polished. I refinished the rear bumper and redid all the roof seals even though it was not leaking. I stripped and sanded each rim then refinished them along with the spare. The tires are all commercial grade and the tread has 95%. I replaced all the exterior light covers and repaired any exterior damage I could find. If you read all that you know that this is one of the best Toyota motor homes in the country, everywhere we go people want to look inside and say "Wow, I wish this was ours!" I would jump in it and drive to Maine tonight without a worry. Give me a call, I have a flexible schedule.Happy Camping! I don't want to mess with checks or trade, so cash only please. Please call with any questionsBlake970 817 0332 tags: Westfalia, Westy, Rialta, eurovan, mecedes, sprinter, Tiger, CRD, Diesel, micro

1989 Toyota Sunrader Motorhome RV

$15,500

Encinitas, California

Year 1989

Make Toyota Sunrader

Model Class C Motorhome RV

Category -

Length 21

Posted Over 1 Month

Toyota Sunrader motorhome with very low (34K) miles. Ready to go with renovated interior and new floors. Engine is original and runs strong. V6, 3.0 - approx. 15 miles per gallon. New refrigerator (replaced 4 years ago)New Yokohama light truck tires (replaced last summer)New floors and blinds Custom removable/washable curtains and covers for all seat cushions.New stereo with USB connection for phone or other device.Truck Cab AC recharged 1 year ago.Camper Overhead AC has not been used by us and display does not currently light up.New batteries 2 years ago.RV cover included.