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Old 12-12-2016, 07:09 PM   #1
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Class A Toyhaulers

Lookig into Class A Toyhaulers for future reference, as we have a Montana Mountaineer 347THT, as I call it a 3/4 toyhauler, which we really like. But we're thinking a class A toy hauler in the next couple of years . We just have two Swhinn tricycles to haul (had to get a trike, since I fell off my bike) + plus my wife Quilts and uses the desk in the Garage, as her sewing table.
I'm a 100% DAV and we're doing some traveling while I/We still can. She don't want to drive the 5th wheel, but I'm sure she could if need be, but likes the idea of driving a Class A or C
We like the, toyhauler aspect, as it works well for our hobbies s˛oooo my question is:

What all different Class A Toyhaulers are available besides Outlaw, Canyon Star, and the just discovered today Gulfstream Crescendo which we know about ?
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We very much agree with you about Class A Toy Haulers...they are awesome

Here's what we have found along our journey:

The only models currently made are the Canyon Star (1 toy hauler, 1 "shed" unit, and 7 residence floor plans) and the Outlaw's (2 toy haulers and 2 residence floor plans, plus a very affordable and easy to drive Class C).

Best luck
Kim and Steve, Mustang LCDR (USCG Ret), Outlaw #1193
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Old 12-13-2016, 01:05 AM   #3
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Thanks Scarab0088 saw your previous post about the lineage of the Class A Toytoters, this evening. I ran a search for Class A Toyhaulers but it didn't bring up your thread, that why I posed the above question.
Thanks again!
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