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Old 08-17-2010, 03:56 PM   #1
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Does the Industry Make a Class A with Bunks and a Washer/Dryer?

This question is for those of you who are more up-to-date on all the newer rigs. I have not done much research yet, just wondering if there is one out there somewhere. We LOVE our MH, but would be willing to consider upgrading if such a rig existed. Just curious.
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Bounder Diesel 36B. Our dealer has one on their lot now.


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The 2011 Holiday Rambler Neptune 40PBT and it's Monaco sister have such an option
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Check out the Tiffin Allegro RED 38 QBA (Diesel Pusher): http://www.tiffinmotorhomes.com/pdf/...oRED-Specs.pdf see at the Lazy Days site: Tiffin Allegro RED Motorhomes - 15 to choose from at Lazydays!
and the Tiffin 35 QBA (Gas: Ford or Workhorse): http://www.tiffinmotorhomes.com/pdf/...egro-Specs.pdf see at the Lazy Days site: Tiffin Allegro Motorhomes - 21 to choose from at Lazydays!.
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Old 08-18-2010, 06:17 AM   #5
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Thanks everyone! They are all FABULOUS!!! Now we have something to aim for when the kids get a little older. Sweet!
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Also take a look at the Forest River Berkshire 390bh. We love ours. Our decision came down to either the Tiffin or the Berkshire and the Tiffin dealers can tend to be hard to deal with and the final price on the Berkshire was $26,000 less than the Tiffin. This made our decision pretty easy. We like our Berkshire so far and would suggest it is well worth checking into.

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