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1973 Winnebago Brave Specifications

by Bobby Raleigh

In 1973, Winnebago Industries, based in Forest City, Iowa, produced three models for the Brave motor home series, the D-18, D-20 and D-20T. The Winnebago Brave series are Class C recreational vehicles. The Winnebago Brave series features Winnebago Industries patented Thermo-Panel construction and a broad range of customizable options. The Brave series range in length from 18 feet to 20 feet and can comfortably sleep four to six people.

D-18 Specifications

The Winnebago D-18 Brave model motor home is 18 feet 3 inches in length, 7 feet 9 inches in width, and 9 feet 9 inches in height. The D-18 model motor home has a Dodge RM-300 chassis and a gross weight of 10,200 lb. The D-18 model motor home has a three-speed automatic transmission. The D-18 has power steering and power front disc brakes. The D-18 has a 60-amp alternator and two 70 amp-hour batteries. The D-18 has a 32-gallon fuel tank.

D-20 Specifications

The Winnebago D-20 Brave model motor home is 20 feet 11 inches in length, 7 feet 9 inches in width, and has an exterior height of 9 feet 9 inches. The D-20 model motor home has a Dodge RM-300 chassis, with a gross weight of 11,000 lb. The D-20 has a 125-inch wheel base. The D-20 has a V-8 318 cubic inch engine with fuel filtration and electric ignition. The D-20 has power steer and power front disc brakes. The D-20 has two 70 amp-hour batteries and a 36-gallon fuel tank.

D-20T Specifications

The Winnebago D-20T Brave is 20 feet 11 inches in length, 7 feet 9 inches in width and has an exterior height of 9 feet 9 inches. The Winnebago D-20T Brave has a Dodge RM-300 chassis and a gross weight of 11,000 lb. The D-20T has a wheel base of 125 inches. The D-20T has a V-8 318 cubic inch engine with a fuel filtration system and an electronic ignition system. The D-20T has power steering and power front disc brakes. The D-20T has two 70 amp-hour batteries and a 36-gallon fuel tank.

Additional Options

Winnebago Brave series motor homes have additional interior and exterior options available. Additional interior options include carpeting, front bunk, rear bunk, glide-a-way bunk, and wrap-around curtains. Optional interior appliances and options include a 6 cubic foot refrigerator, stove hood, auxiliary water tank, water pump, armrests, headrests, beverage tray and sun visors. Optional exterior appliances and options include a 2,500-watt power plant, 10,000 BTU roof mounted air-conditioning unit, 30-lb. propane tanks, 200-amp battery, spare tire, trailer hitch and screen door.

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