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2006 Winnebago View - $35,650 (Lynden)

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7324 Guide Meridian Rd

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VIN: WDXPD944X55836793
condition: good
fuel: diesel
odometer: 65000
paint color: white
rv type: class C
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
2006 Winnebago View 23H, fully-renovated, boondocking-ready, low-mileage

2006 Winnebago View 23H
VIN: WDXPD944X55836793
condition: excellent
cylinders: 5 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: diesel
odometer: 65000
paint color: white
rv type: class C
size / dimensions: 24'2" x 7'6" x 10'9"
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

It’s bittersweet, but the time has come to sell our beloved house on wheels. It’s taken us on grand adventures across the country over a couple of years of full-time travel, and we’re looking forward to seeing someone else take it on amazing adventures of their own! The best part: we renovated this 24-foot Class C motorhome inside and out in 2019 after we bought it, so you don’t have to.

• Built on a Sprinter chassis with a Mercedes diesel engine that was recently serviced by Mercedes. ~65,000 miles.
• Solar panels professionally installed on the roof. Can manually tilt for increased solar power (40% more power in the winter).
• Gateleg table made from refurbished wood included (unless you don’t want it).
• Bike rack included.
• One extending slide on the driver’s side.
• Convection microwave (doesn’t work well without being plugged into power).
• Spacious pantry for the size of RV!
• We’re the third owner. Other owners were a Microsoft higher-up and a middle-aged couple. Have records from both of them.
• Built-in sound system throughout the house section.
• Tire chains in case of bad weather conditions. We never had to use them.

Renovations:
• Painted interior white with black hardware.
• Professionally-installed solar panels.
• Updated faucets.
• Updated countertops to black faux-marble epoxy.
• Waterproof NuCore flooring (we recommend using a rug for easier slide use, so no stray rocks get in the way, but that is SO much easier to clean than the gross carpet that was there before, which trapped sand and gross from previous owners).
• Added knife magnet.
• Built-in couch with storage underneath and behind back.
• Water-saving shower faucet.
• Removed old, heavy, gross shower door and replaced with curtain.
• Custom actually-light-blocking curtains on all windows.
• Replaced old stove-top cutting board. Can replace easily at Ikea if you ever want to.
• Removed excess booth and table, replacing with space-saving gateleg table.
• Re-covered booth cushions.
• Replaced carpeted ceiling (ew) with cedar planks.
• Added comfortable foam mattress topper.
• Water filter connected to cold-water pipe to kitchen faucet.
• Wardrobe shelving.
• External propane attachment.
• Storage baskets added just inside the “house” door, and coat hangers can be hung on the opposite side.
• Removed old-fashioned outer stripes.
• Updated the paper towel holder to something that will actually hold paper towels well.
• Removed old, small TV and replaced space with a shelf. A/V cords are still present and able to be used if you would like. We did remove the cable antenna to make room for solar panels, though.
• Added more and stronger house batteries. Stored under the steps going into the house.
• Curtain and rod with actually-black-out curtain added to separate cab and house.
• Removed all the old-fashioned suede.

Not quite as nice of things:
• Didn’t figure out a good replacement for the previous cloth above the bed, so a new cloth is safety-pinned up.
• Our dog scratched up the bottom of the pantry door once, and we hadn’t gotten around to fixing it.
• Some marks on the white paint.
• Missing hubcaps. Happened with the previous owner, and they ordered replacements that promptly fell off again. Not necessary, though.
• Some cab area air vent manual controls are broken, so adjusting is a little more difficult, but very doable.
• Some of the “dummy” button covers on the cab control panel jostled out.

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