1996 Winnebago Adventurer 34RQ
Only 44,000 miles; one owner from import in 1997; six-berth; slideout wall gives an extra 39 square feet inside; Cummins 5,900cc turbo diesel engine; all mod cons; 34' 3" long; 11' 9" high; 8' 5" wide
VW Campers are all very well, but they are pretty cramped and barely have enough power to pull the skin off a rice pudding. What you really need for a proper motoring holiday is one of these bad boys – all 34 feet and 3 inches of it. After all, who would want to stay in a Youth Hostel when for a similar price you could stay at the Ritz?
This 1996 Winnebago Adventurer 34RQ makes your average camper look like a rabbit hutch. It has every conceivable home comfort, sleeps six, and even has a hydraulically operated slideout wall that liberates an extra 39 square feet of living space.
Imported from America by the vendor in early 1997, it has covered only 44,160 miles and is powered by a 5.9-litre Cummins turbo diesel straight-six producing 230bhp and 460lb/ft of torque with automatic transmission. The exterior dimensions are 34’ 3" long, 11’ 9" high and 8’ 5" wide.
The exact spec is far too detailed to list in full here, but is amply covered in the sales brochure, the operation manual and the maintenance book that all come with the vehicle. Highlights include: heating; air conditioning; reversing camera; microwave oven; 3-burner range; glass-doored oven; fridge/freezer; double stainless steel sink; shower cubicle; washbasin; toilet; 3 swivelling chairs; sofabed; one double bed; two twin beds; dining area; storage units; awning; satellite TV system etc.
Driven some 50 miles to the sale, it has an MOT until September 2022 and is ready to whisk you wherever you wish to go.
For more information contact James on 07970 309907 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reg No: P980XUY
Chassis Number: 4UZR6BR27T2307921
Engine Number: 45807434
Engine Size: 5900cc
Docs: V5C; MOT September 2022; owner's handbook; maintenance manual; original sales brochure
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