Lot 361 - 2003 Winnebago Sightseer WFD30BR
|Odometer reading||42,693 miles|
|Result||Sold - £22,400|
The call of the wild, the lure of the open road. Nothing ahead save exploration, self-sufficiency and excitement. All of these are now open to you but with the added bonus of seeing them from the last word in luxury touring. For more than 50 years, Winnebago Industries has been the industry standard for quality and innovation. Today, Winnebago Industries is the leading United States manufacturer of motor homes and related products and services. The Sightseer presented here today represents a model so successful that it is, although regularly up-dated, still in production today. Featuring two double beds, (one fixed and one folding), a shower-room and a bathroom featuring wc, basin and cupboards. The rearmost bedroom has cupboards giving ample storage and a wall-mounted flat-screen tv. There is also a side section that, at the press of a switch, slides out giving a very spacious centre compartment. Within the main living space is a four-seat dining area and sofa. It is the sofa that folds flat to provide the second double bed. The driving position is imposing with two 'captains' chairs giving the ability to swivel round and face the living area. The kitchen contains a fridge/freezer, microwave oven and standard electric oven. There is also a sink with a black marble-effect counter-top. There are electrically operated steps to the outside and an additional in-board generator to provide continuous electricity. Television cameras provide a panoramic view of the rear from the driver's seat and there is also an additional domestic television for the living area. The interior has been renovated in recent years to the high standard you see here. Supplied with a MoT test certificate valid until April, 2015, this can not only be driven on a standard driver's license but could well supply that life experience to bring a family closer together.
Interested parties should note that whilst the 12v system works, the 240v and 110v system requires attention.
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