1983 Winnebago Motorhome Prices and Specs

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(Model years 2017 - 1966)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides

Brave Series

M-22RB 22'6" Motor Home (Class A) Side Dinette Yes
M-26RH 26' Motor Home (Class A) Bunk House Yes
M-26RB 26'6" Motor Home (Class A) Rear Bathroom Yes
M-26RU 26'6" Motor Home (Class A) Split Kitchen Yes
M-27RU 27' Motor Home (Class A) Double Beds Yes

Chieftain Series

M-27RB 26'6" Motor Home (Class A) Rear Bathroom Yes
M-30RT 30' Motor Home (Class A) Twin Beds Yes
M-33RU 33' Motor Home (Class A) Double Beds Yes

Minnie Winnie Series

M-420RG 21' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Gaucho Yes
M-621RB 21'6" Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Bathroom Yes
M-24RB 24' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Bathroom Yes

Warrior Series

M-723RB 22' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Bathroom Yes
M-723RH 22' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Bunk House Yes
M-823RB 22' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Bathroom Yes
M-823RH 22' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Bunk House Yes
M-424RB 24' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Bathroom Yes
First appearing in 1960, Winnebago has grown to be an icon in the recreational vehicle industry. From the beginning, Winnebago pursued high attention to quality building furniture and components specific to their recreational vehicles. Initially building travel trailers, Winnebago built their first motorhome in 1966 that eventually blossomed into a firm reputation as the choice vacation vehicle for many adventurers. Winnebago motorhomes are sold in a more affordable Class C variety or the spacious Class A configuration. In 2008, the 400,000th Winnebago product rolled off their assembly line.