1991 Winnebago Industries Warrior By Toyota in St Paul, MN
RVS Description
1991 Winnebago Warrior By Toyota Waterproofed sealed roof and P & L under coated in 2011 since moved to Minnesota. Clean title, new tires, battery, belts & hoses, Kenwood stereo, all original books & papers right down to purchase papers. In the 1970’s and 80’s the RV boom hit America hard, and with it came motorhomes and camping trailers of all different shapes and sizes. Most people are familiar with the mammoth bus-based Winnebagos and pickup-truck mounted camper attachments, but few people remember that Toyota also got into the camping game in its own unique fashion. Unlike other major RV players who battled over maximum trailer length and interior square footage, Toyota decided to keep things small and compact. In doing so, they almost cornered the market on affordable and practical campingThe Toyota Mini Motorhome first hit American roads in the mid-1970’s, and was based on a version of the Toyota Hilux compact pickup truck. In the U.S. this truck was given several imaginative names over the course of its lifetime – Truck, Compact Truck, Pickup Truck – before eventually becoming the Tacoma in the mid-90’s. A range of different four-cylinder engines were fitted to the Mini Motorhome Hilux’s, offering power ratings that hovered around the 100 horse mark for most of its production, and a V6 option available towards the end of its run bumped horsepower up to nearly 135. Toyota’s Mini Motorhome did offer enough motivation to get happy campers from point A to point B in a reasonable amount of time, and the vehicle enjoyed an unexpected popularity in an industry where size was almost always king. The Toyota’s fairly reasonable fuel mileage and easy to park and maneuver dimensions offered a different sort of RV experience that appealed to campers not necessarily interested in taking it all with them when they ventured out into the great outdoors. Five main floor plans were offered with the Toyota Mini Motorhome, and the actual living compartments were built by a wide range of big-name RV companies under contract with Toyota. Coachman, Winnebago Industries and Chinook are some of the more recognizable figures involved in building the Mini Motorhome, while other organizations such as Dolphin, Huntsman and National also enjoyed popularity with buyersA number of Toyota Mini Motorhome clubs – both online and offline – flourish to this day, despite the original run of the vehicle ending in the early 90’s. The Toyota Mini Motorhome is a much more appealing option for downsized camping than similar efforts from Volkswagen from the same era, due to better reliability and ease of repair. Strange as it may see, the Toyota campers also enjoy a power advantage over their German campers. Striking out on the road in one of these Toyota Mini Motorhomes is a fun way to not only see America, but also connect with a good group of people who enjoy both camping in and talking about their unique recreational vehicles. This Class C recreational vehicle has 40,100 miles and is in good condition
21.5 feet in total length, the Warrior can accommodate up to 5 occupants comfortably
And, with a beige exterior, the interior is a neutral and wood decor
Equipped with V6 automatic transmission
Standard features include a kitchen that comes equipped with a refrigerator
3 burner stove range top, a microwave and double sink
Also has a hot water heater and water pump
Converter, auxiliary battery and a battery charger
Propane tank equipped
Manual stabilizer leveling jacks
Daytime and nighttime shades
Ducted and roof mounted air conditioner unit and furnace included
KENWOOD stereo system included
Queen size bed in main bedroom
Booth dinette and sofa both retract into beds for added sleeping space
An internal shower with skylight, toilet and sink plus electric roof vent
1 retractable awning
Entry steps and rear roof ladder
Fresh, gray and black water holding tanks included also
Lots of cabinet storage and closet space available within
Waterproofed sealed roof and P and L under coated in 2011
New tires, battery, belts and hoses installed
All documentation will be available if interested
Clear title in hand
This is a must see RV and everything works well within
Serious inquires only

Qualified buyers may be eligible for Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Extended Warranty.

Stock Number: R78036V
RVS Details
Type: Class C
Condition: Good
Length: 21.5
Engine: 6 Cylinders
Exterior Color: Beige
Interior Color: Neutral
Mileage: 40100
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Fuel Capacity:
Axles: Single
Jacks: Manual
Sleeps: 5
Water Capacity:
Waste Capacity:
AC Units: 1
VIN: 103231296230



  • Awnings
  • Bath
  • Cabinets
  • Captains Chair
  • Hot water Heater
  • AM FM
  • Cruise Control
  • Refrigerator
  • RoofVent
  • Sofa
  • Stove
  • Tinted Glass
RVS Location
City: St Paul
State: MN
Zip Code: 55128
Country: United States

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