Originally Posted by John Hilley
I think they were only built one year. They are Winnebago Destinations, not Adventurers. They were available with either gas or diesel on a Workhorse chassis.
Winnebago Destination Gas Pusher
Sorry John, but that is simply not correct. WBGO built the Winnie Destination
and the Itasca Latitude
for at least two model years, maybe 3. The ones with a rear diesel motor were not Workhorse "UFO" chassis, they were Freightliner chassis (WCC never did get around to putting in a diesel, even though the brochures indicated they planned to do so.
WBGO used up the last 100 or so of their UFO's by building an ADVENTURER "Limited"
in both the 37G and 39W floor plans. The Adventurer Ltd. offered a more "traditional" interior than the Destination/Latitude twins used. Ed