Looking for a Class A Motorhome with twin beds

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foobar0

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Does anyone know of a Class A Motorhome that has twin beds rather than a queen size bed?
 

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The Newmar Allstar model 3950 and 3951 has a loft.  It has a queen bed and over the queen bed it has 2 twin beds.  It is a very neat floor plan.  They also make a model 3954 that has bunks as well as a queen bed.  I don't know of any that has just twin beds.  Good luck.
 

foobar0

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Thanks for the info. I had looked at the Newmar website, but missed these models because I was only looking at the gas models and both of these are diesel. Yes, these are interesting floorplans.
 

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I actually test drove the Allstar model 3951.  I was very impressed with the amount of room that it had in the back.  I could stand flat footed in the master and had several inches of head clearance.  Good luck with your search.  If you are only looking for a gas model there are several class A that have bunk beds.  If you are interested let me know and I will list some of the ones I have looked at.  We were looking for a class a that would sleep more than normal so my wife and I looked at a ton of units to find the right one for us.
 

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foobar0 said:
Does anyone know of a Class A Motorhome that has twin beds rather than a queen size bed?

Haha, I'm having the exact opposite problem... I'm looking for a full/queen bed, and I often seem to find twin bed setups.  :)  But that's on older models (late 80's, early 90's) that I'm shopping for, and I'm guessing you are in the market for a newer rig.  At some point, manufacturers must have realized that spouses like to sleep *together* so they ditched the twin bed idea.  ;)
 
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