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Old 08-07-2016, 01:21 PM   #1
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Outlaw Prevost conversion

There seems to be a few dealers that are now stocking the Outlaw prevost conversion bus and I'd like to know from folks what they think of them?

I also notice that this particular forum on IRV2 is not very active. Is there a more active forum (elsewhere?) for folks trying to learn more about the Prevost and the Outlaw in particular ?



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Not an owner, sorry. But you are right, this Forum in iRV2 is not too busy...because bus conversions are not as common as other type Class A constructions due to cost.

As a side note...please notice 2 things...
Outlaw is part of Hart Trailer LLC
Hart Trailer LLC - outlaw conversions
I would summize that means they have a wide business model, with horse trailers being big business in TX = secure company.

And, there is a very odd situation on Airport Rd, in Stephenville, TX:
Outlaw is at 1000 Airport Rd.
Emerald is at 840 Airport Rd...literally 1 building away.

Yes, these are actually different buildings. But, there is some connection...like, a person named John Walker is CEO at both companies.

Best luck

P.S. I found all the details above when researching our Outlaw RV, that is obviously a bit different.

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by looking at their websites, I believe there might be some confusion:
Outlaw Conversions looks like an 'interior' conversion of an existing coach,
whereas Emerald is actually a Prevost chassis conversion builder, and big brother to Outlaw
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No Confusion

Outlaw makes a Prevost conversion. They are indeed owned by the same company that also makes horse trailer interiors. If you look at the MHSRV or Transwest truck web pages you'll see the outlaw coach.
I can't seem to find much info on it though.
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