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Post Info TOPIC: Hurricane Motor Home

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Hurricane Motor Home

I have found a 1999 Hurricane.  It seems to be priced reasonibly and I think it might work for the 3 of us. 

The problem is that I we have never heard about this model and know nothing of Four Winds ( I think that is the Maker).  Does anyone know anything about these motor homes?

Thanks for the help!


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I know nothing about them, but have seen quite a few of them in several rv parks as we've been traveling.
I think Four Winds may be a middle of the road brand (I know of them, but not much).

Anyway, Hurricanes seem popular enough. Do a bit more research and these guys and gals will surely fill you in with their expertise.


Gypsy Jeannie, two small dogs, one old cat and the Dream Lives on!

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A friend has a Hurricane and they have had good luck with. Four Winds has been around for a long time. They originally entered the market building pickup truck campers.

I liked the layout of it.


"Small House, Big Yard "

"May the FOREST be with you"
Alfa See-Ya 5'er and 2007 Kodiak C4500 Monroe

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Four Winds Hurricanes have been around for a long time and are a popular entry level Class A motorhome. A good value for the price. Most buyers enjoy them and then trade up fairly quickly to something a little more up scale.

Good Luck!

Best Regards!

Paul D
2007 Winnebago Journey 39K, Cat C7
2003 Honda Element 4WD Toad

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For part-time camping, it should be fine (if it was taken care of). For full-time camping, I would avoid it. Entry level campers aren't made to stand up to the rigors of being on the road full-time.

Good luck in your final decision, no matter the rig!


Donna & Stu (& Sadie, too)
2 Taking a 5th ~ Sadie Speaks ~ Fire Lily ~ ToadilyPets

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