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1998 Winnebago Minnie Winnie 31WQ

Used Class C in Talbotton, Georgia 31827

$17,750.00
Stock #168888 -

Low miles for year. Six New tires. New Battery. Powered by a V10 engine!

If you are in the market for a class c, look no further than this 1998 Minnie Winnie 31WQ, just reduced to $17,750.

This Class C is located in Talbotton, Georgia and is in good condition. She is also equipped with a Ford engine that has 38,000 miles.

We are looking for people all over the country who share our love for boats/RVs. If you have a passion for our product and like the idea of working from home, please visit SellBoatsAndRVs [dot] com to learn more.

Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!

Reason for selling is doesnt use.
  • Electrical
    Air ConditioningGenerator
  • Exterior
    Awning

Seller Info


POP RVs

5717 Bessie Drive

Sarasota, Florida 34233

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Unit Specs

  • Consignment
  • Reduced
  • Stock #168888
  • Year1998
  • ManufacturerWinnebago Industries
  • Make Winnebago
  • Model Minnie Winnie
  • Floorplan31WQ
  • Type Class C
  • ConditionUsed
  • Mileage38,000 miles
  • Length31' 0"
  • Width8' 0"
  • Height11' 0"
  • Price$18,700.00
  • Sale Price$17,750.00 Make Offer
  • ChassisFord
  • Engine ManufacturerFord
  • Engine Model6.8L V10 Triton
  • Fuel TypeGas
  • Exterior ColorWhite
  • Sleeps6
  • Water Capacity (Fresh)37
  • Water Capacity (Grey)31
  • Air Conditioners1
  • A/C Spec15000
  • GVWR14,050 lbs
  • # Axles1

Unit Location

  • CityTalbotton
  • StateGeorgia
  • Zip31827

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