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Old 12-17-2013, 10:48 AM   #1
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Is This A Class "A"?

2004 Dynamax Grand Sport 420.
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Old 12-17-2013, 11:05 AM   #2
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Super C.
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Old 12-17-2013, 11:06 AM   #3
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No, a Class C
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Since you posted in the HDT and MDT Forums, Truck Conversions section...then you must already know that insiders do not call these AWESOME RV's by any class ID.
Grand Sport GT by Dynamax - Overview

They are Truck Conversions!

I wanted to get one in a Toy Hauler floor plan, but those are too rare and have the price tag to match.

Enjoy your rig and hope you share all about it!
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Dynamax calls them Class C Motorhomes.


I know of one RV resort that, as of 3 years ago, did not consider these in the Class A category & would not allow them on the lakefront sites. Kinda silly because most of these size Dynamax's cost multiple times what my Bounder did.

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C+ or Super C, as far as most Class A only resorts are concerned.

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If the RV manufacturer didn't build the driver/front passenger area, it isn't a Class A.
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It's nice, Rodie. Is it yours? It's not a Super C, C, or C+. It's a "Truck Conversion." That's why IRV2 has a section called "Truck Conversions." It's built on a HDT chassis. Not an MDT as a Super C is. Sure, there are some rv parks that won't let you in, or only into certain lanes, because there's a hood on it. So what. Truck Conversions are great rv chassis.
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Beautiful rig but I wouldn't go for that Camping world sign on the roof.
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I just took delivery two weeks ago. I searched for almost a year and a half to find this type of coach, and an acceptable deal.
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Great. Very happy for you. I've met a bunch of people that had class A or C rv's. Then went to a Truck Conversion. And they all have told me they wouldn't go back to a A or C. I know of one guy that had an A, then a T/C, then back to an A, and now he's back to a T/C. I'm very happy with my T/C. I know they're not right for everybody. But, they sure are a great way to rv.
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Very nice looking rig. Please post some photos of the inside when you get around to it. I love the "if it fits, it ships" mentality with these things.
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Just beginning to learn about all the systems and features that are included in this coach. It been really cold here lately and the furnance works very well, 72o inside the coach 25o outside. We hope to take a short day trip over the Holidays and enjoy the great way the coach drives.

Here are some interior pictures. I have not been able to get the interior set-up the way we want yet.
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Beautiful. I'm sure you are going to get many miles out of this rig. They are definitely built for the long haul. I really like the mostly white color scheme. Seems like all the class A's get totally away from white, and too carried away with graphics. Even most of the new Dynamax's don't seem to offer white as a base color.
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