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1987 Toyota Winnebago Completely Rebuilt For Sale


Now this is a fun renovation! According to the builder, they stripped this 1987 Winnebago down to the truck frame and rebuilt the entire camper. While he was able to salvage some of the original appliances, everything else is new.

And that comes with benefits! Firstly, no mold. Secondly, he used low-or-no VOC materials to make this a low-toxin environment for the new owners.

There’s an over-cab bed, and a dinette that can sleep one or two. Check it out below! It’s for sale here.

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Buy This Renovated 1987 Winnebago in Oregon

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A fun vintage ride!

1987 Toyota Winnebago Completely Rebuilt

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The interior is new, but not “modern.”

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Sleep over the cab.

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Really unique cabinets. Love those.

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The fridge has a panel to make it blend in.

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Original stove top for cooking.

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Bench seating that turns into a sleeping area.

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And a couch on the other side.

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Highlights:

  • $36,000
  • Rebuilt 1987 Toyota Winnebago Motorhome
  • EXTERIOR
  • + 3 SOLAR PANELS (300 watts total)
    + BRAND NEW BACK, TOP AND FRONT METAL EXTERIOR
    + BRAND NEW METAL UNDERCARRIAGE
    + HOSE/HOOK UP FOR OUTDOOR SHOWERS OR CLEANING
    + NEW BILSTEIN SHOCKS
    + NEW REAR LIGHTS
  • TRUCK
  • + YEAR: 1987
    + MILES: 104,750
    + ENGINE: 22RE
    + NEW SPARK PLUGS AND WIRES
  • TRUCK INTERIOR
  • + TAN INTERIOR
    + HANDMADE WOOD CENTER CONSUL
    + CORK/WOOD DETAILS THROUGHOUT
    +ORGANIC COTTON HEADER & HEADREST
  • RV INTERIOR – hypoallergenic & eco-friendly
  • FLOOR:
    Greenguard certified, waterproof
    WALNUT TRIM:
    local Oregon walnut
    finished with linseed oil
  • WALLS:
    formaldehyde-free wood panels painted with zero VOC paint, finished with linseed oil
  • COUNTERTOP:
    lightweight concrete with linseed oil and beeswax
  • REFRIGERATOR:
    original gas/electric refrigerator
  • STOVE:
    white porcelain, 4 burner gas stove
  • SINK:
    stainless steel, deep rectangular sink, stainless steel faucet
  • CABINETS:
    hand-built
    low VOC white washed formaldehyde-free wood panels, finished with linseed oil
    walnut trim finished with linseed oil
  • TOILET:
    basic bucket composting toilet in bench seat
  • HEATING:
    gas furnace
  • SEATING:
    bench seat with storage space
    two bench seats with table
  • TABLE:
    finished with linseed oil
    bench seats and cushions turn into a second bed
  • CUSHIONS:
    new organic cotton canvas cushions for seating areas and bed
  • BED:
    cab-over bed with black organic cotton covered foam mattress
  • CLOSET:
    two shelves for storage and wood rod for hanging clothes
  • LIGHTS:
    LED lights in kitchen, above seating areas and bed
  • PLUMBING + ELECTRICAL:
    new water pump and all new plumbing and wiring

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Amanda W.
    August 23, 2021, 2:58 pm

    The 22RE had a top horsepower of 105; adequate for the small truck it was built to power. Imo, significantly less than adequate for a fully supplied and loaded rv. The specs say nothing about recent engine upgrades or replacement. This time, not for me.

    • James D.
      August 23, 2021, 4:57 pm

      Well, that’s the original specs for that engine but in 1985 the max horsepower was increased to 114 at the same engine speed while the peak torque was 140 lb-ft at 3600 RPM… This unit is from 1987, so would include that minor upgrade… Still, not great, especially by modern standards, but this engine was more known for its great durability and reliability, with some reports of the engine reaching 1 million miles…

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