Winnebago LeSharo Motorhome

Winnebago Lesharo, late 80s model, parked on the street in Eugene Oregon
Winnebago Lesharo, late 80s model, parked on the street in Eugene Oregon

Winnebago LeSharo (Wikipedia)

The Winnebago LeSharo (also sold as the Itasca Phasar) is a small motor home produced by Winnebago Industries (from 1983 to 1992). It was based on the Renault Trafic. It was designed to be extremely fuel-efficient compared to other self-contained motor homes but many drivers found it to be under-powered and replacement parts were not easily obtained in the US. At 20 ft (6 m), it is about the same length as many full-size passenger cars, making it easy to park in a small space. Its successor is the Winnebago Rialta, which has a larger engine. (read more on Wikipedia)

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