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Introduction To Winnebago’s Class A Gas Motorhome Lineup

Are you new to RVing or looking for more information about gas-powered Class A motorhomes? Ever since the 1960s, Winnebago has had a strong presence in the gas motorhome market, starting with their Winnebago Brave model in the 1960s.

Today, the company still makes several models of gas powered motorhomes, including a modern version of the easily recognizable Winnebago Brave. Their motorhomes are based on the proven F-53 motorhome chassis.  In this video, John Millis, Winnebago’s product manager for gas motorhomes, talks about the special focus that Winnebago places on gas driven RVs.

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While the debate rages on between gas powered and diesel powered motorhomes, it’s tough to argue with the dependability and long history of both the Ford F-53 chassis and gasoline V 10 engines.

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