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Old 11-21-2012, 04:59 PM   #1
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TMC Press Release - Its Gotta Be An Outlaw

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November 21, 2012 - (Elkhart, In.)North America’s top selling motorhome manufacturer, Thor Motor Coach had unleashed a new redesigned and bolder Outlaw toy hauler motorhome with the introduction of the 37LS model earlier this year. Joining the Outlaw’s posse is the all new 37MD, the new model provides even more storage and sleeping capacity along with the most flexible hauling options in this very popular toy hauling Class A RV.

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Mike, Thanks for the post! Thor will phase out our legacy 3611 and replace it with the 37LS...then add the 37MD with a whole new spin on the interior and second slide.

I really love the idea with the 37MD - that they keep the loft but still have space in the rear of the finished interior for a livingroom that probably has hide-away bed (pictured on the right - above)...but I will reserve my kudos until I see how they worked out the rest of the floorplan.

I wonder, what does the LS and MD mean?
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Thor is keeping a lid on the new Outlaw 37MD floorplan, even though it was supposed to be unveiled at the Nat'l RV Trade Show in KY last week...well I couldn't find any pictures...so here's my ideas:

Here's what we know...this shows the 37LS floorplan (same overall length) empty except for the new rear slide and couch:

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How they do this might really make me consider upgrading...come'on Thor, publish some more info!
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It's out...I was close in my last idea, with the bath split across the hall:
2013 Outlaw Garage Motorhomes: Class A Toy Hauler RV by Thor Motor Coach

BIG Difference from the 3611 and 37LS.
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It's out...I was close in my last idea,
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