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RV Name Vintage Bounder
Year 1990
Make Fleetwood
Model Bounder 34S
Length 34'
1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S
1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S
Basic Info 1990 1/2 Fleetwood Bounder 34S, built on the Chevy/GMC P30 Chassis
Specifications:
- Class A Motor Home
- Gas Engine: V8 454, fuel injected (Chevy)
- Wheel Base: 208"
- Length: 34'
- Width: 8' (96")
- Height (with roof air): 11'3"
- Fresh Water Tank: 100 Gal.
- Hot Water Tank: 6 Gal.
- Black Water Tank: 59 Gal.
- Grey Water Tank: 47 Gal.
- LPG (propane) Tank: 20 Gal.
- Fuel Tank: 75 Gal.
- GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating): 15,000 lbs
- UVW (Unloaded Vehicle Weight): 12,396 lbs
- Front Gross Axle Weight Rating: 5,100 lbs
- Rear Gross Axle Weight Rating: 10,000 lbs
- 5500 Watt Onan Gas Powered Generator
- Gas Furnace w/Rigid Metal Ducting: 35M BTUs
- Dometic Gas/Electric Refrigerator/Freezer: 8 Cubic Feet
- Magic Chef Large Oven and 4 Burner Range w/Hood Exhaust Fan
- Large Microwave Oven
- 2 Coleman Roof Mount Air Conditioners
- Bathroom w/Tub Shower, Sink, Toilet and Wall Mirror
- Bathroom Roof Vent with Exhaust Fan
- Large 2 Section Kitchen Sink & Faucet w/Water Filter
- Bedroom Sink and Vanity
- Outside Exterior Shower
- 12V Water Pump
- RV Systems Fluid Monitor Panel
- Heated Water and Holding Tank Compartments
- 2, 6-Volt Deep Cycle Coach Batteries
- 1 Engine 12-Volt Quick-Start Battery
- Duel Battery Charge Control
- Aux Start Circuit
- Inverter 12V/120V
- 1 Spare Tire (Front)
- Trailer Hitch
- Front (Living room) and Rear (Bedroom) Entry Doors
- Power Double Entry Step (Front Door Only)
- Roof Mounted TV Antenna & Park Cable Receptacle
- Automotive AC/Heater-Blend Air
- 110V/12V Converter Central Electric Panel w/Charger
- 3 Swivel Captain Chairs, 4-way Adjustable/w/Lumbar Support
- Sofa Sleeper (46"x76")
- Flex-O-Lator Dinette/Sleeper (37"x74")
- Large Wall Mirror in Dinette
- Dinette Roof Vent
- Queen Bed w/Sealy Innerspring Mattress (60"x 79")
- Large Lighted Closet
- All Wood Drawers Throughout
- Raised Oak Panel Cabinet Doors Throughout
- Full Fiberglass Front Cap
- Vacubond Steel Framed Lower Floor, Sidewalls and Crowned Rubber Roof
- Smooth Fiberglass Exterior Skin
- Roof Rack and Ladder
- Patio Receptacles (Roadside and Doorside)
- Porch Lights (1 Roadside, 2 Doorsides)
- Basement Floor Configuration
- Lighted Storage Compartments and Engine Compartment
Exterior
1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Exterior 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Exterior 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Exterior

Interior
1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Interior 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Interior 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Interior

Customizations
1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Customizations 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Customizations 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Customizations
Bed Room

Renovations and Repairs
1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Renovations and Repairs 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Renovations and Repairs 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Renovations and Repairs
-Camera system
-Front cabinets and facing
-Flat screen TV
-Liquid Rubber Roof

Tow Vehicle
1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Tow Vehicle 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Tow Vehicle 1990 Fleetwood Bounder 34S Tow Vehicle
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Old 12-11-2018, 09:41 AM   #2
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The old Bounders seem to have been built solid, I have a 99 with the 454 on the P32 chassis and it's still in really good condition inside and out. I hope you have great success with your 90, it looks real good in the photos. I love the two door configuration, they don't make them like that anymore.
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Old 01-12-2019, 07:44 PM   #3
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I agree these old bounders are built very well. We have a 1992 31K on P30 And Chevy 454. Just the right size in built to last.
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Old 02-27-2019, 05:49 AM   #4
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The old Bounders seem to have been built solid, I have a 99 with the 454 on the P32 chassis and it's still in really good condition inside and out. I hope you have great success with your 90, it looks real good in the photos. I love the two door configuration, they don't make them like that anymore.
Thank you! It's been a fun project and I'm having a blast using it. I think the 454 is under powered but, hey, she is still running fine, just gotta get the speed up for steep hills. I too also like the bedroom door. If you notice it has no window for privacy and it's nice to be able to get in and out from either end, particularly if there are several people in it at once and since it's so narrow, having no slides. I think that is the reason they stopped putting rear doors in. When they started putting in slides I guess they decided that you can only cut so many holes in the frame and still maintain structural integrity. But it's really nice to be able to get out from the bedroom in the morning or late night without walking through the coach waking up traveling companions and if I open up both doors and windows during the day I can get a nice breeze flowing through the coach which is great when I'm boondocking and don't want to run the generator just for A/C.
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