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Carl L

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OK motor home fans, here is the ultimate Class C.  A Class C not built on a van chassis but on a commercial hauler, a big Volvo.  51 feet of big Volvo with a engine turning out between 1350 and 1750 lb-ft of torque.   

If the coach set up is not enough room you can buy an optional towing deck and haul along a 36 ft 5er for the kids or grandma.  Or a toy hauler for your NHRA fuel dragster.    I believe Tom could even haul along his boat with this rig.  ;D

Oddly enuf the maker's top price is $300K tho I doubt many buyers would not spring for a few of those tempting options 

I ran across this behemoth at the RV show at the LA County Fair Grounds last weekend.  Anyway go see and lust....

http://www.powerhousecoach.com/index.html

Us trailer trash can only stand and marvel.
 

Tom

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Carl Lundquist said:
A Class C not built on a van chassis but on a commercial hauler

LOL Carl, I'm not sure I'd call it a class C. There's one parked near our coach in the storage lot and I keep meaning to snap a photo of it, but it's academic now.
 

Carl L

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One thing is wrong in their advertising.  There is no way that is going to be legal on a Class C lisence in the state of California for one.  It is going to require at least a Non-commercial Class A.
 
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