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2008 Winnebago View

2008 Winnebage View 24H
  • Year: 2008
  • Color : Gold
  • Mileage : 33,000 Miles
  • Location : Dallas, TX, US
  • VIN : wdxpf446679317962
  • Price : $ 54,000
Product Description
Built on a Dodge Sprinter chassis and powered by a Mercedes V6 Gas Engine with 33,000 miles. In pristine shape, all maintenace and inspections performed. Equipment includes: Ducted Roof A/C, Fiberglass Roof, Patio Awning, Rear View Camera, Onan 3.6KW Generator, Skylight, Power Windows, Convection Microwave, Refrigerator, CD Player, LCD TV, DVD Player/Radio, and Security System. The Floorplan features a Living Area Slide-out, Overhead Bunk, Booth Dinette. Non-smoker. Photos are representative,will provide actual photos to serious contenders.

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