Description & Comments
1995 Winnebago Vectra 33RQ; single owner; 107,000 miles; well-maintained; used every year; always stored inside or under roof. Owners have finally decided to ‘retire’ from motor-homing after 22 years due to age (mid-70s) and a new grandchild!
Interior: Carpeting has been removed from living areas and replaced with Allure vinyl flooring; all window shades have been restrung and work; full Queen-sized bed (60 in X 80 in); sofa opens to bed; 2 matching folding wooden upholstered dining chairs.
Exterior: Always stored inside or under roof; no rust; never driven in snow, ice or salt; never been in an accident; waxed every year; rigid fiberglass roof, no leaks ever; sidewalls have no delamination; some areas of gray trim paint are dull; has never had an awning; full size spare tire; heated remote mirrors; backup camera with audio; trailer towing package w/Class II hitch; stainless steel wheel covers; dual coach batteries; 30 amp electrical service; driver side door; 30 amp 25 foot extension cord, unused high-quality dump hose, 6-foot wash brush, and 6-foot collapsible aluminium ladder included.
Maintenance: Regularly maintained (records available); 6 new Michelin LTX M/S2 tires in June 2015; all belts and hoses replaced in 2013; chassis battery new in 2015; dash A/C works but usually needs a re-charge every year
What works: Coach A/C (basement); refrigerator; microwave; stove; oven; water heater (electronic ignition) with Motoraid; hydraulic leveling jacks (front & rear); fresh water pump; all windows and window shades; front pleated windshield shade; all locks and latches on storage bays and doors; amplified TV antenna; fluorescent lights; powered roof vents (galley area and bath); stove vent fan; shower; rear bedroom automotive heater.
What doesn’t work: Kwikee electric steps (will be repaired before sale); Onan Generator (engine turns over but does not run, only used twice for very brief periods in 22 years so we did not get repaired; probably needs a control circuit board); interior headliner has sagged (now held up with lightweight batten molding screwed in place on entire ceiling)