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Forest River Upgrades 2014 SportsCoach Pushers

Sicard RV just got received two upgraded 360 DL Cross Country diesel pushers and this morning I got to spend a couple of hours in one of them with a customer. This gentleman knows his motorhomes inside and out so instead of the conversation being me doing most of the talking while he listens he ...

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Most “Luxurious” Winnebago EVER!

Winnebago has built motorhomes for over 50 years so when they tell you they are now offering the most luxurious Winnebago ever you know it’s going to be good. When they describe it using words like “upscale amenities” with impressive brand names like furniture by Villa you know they’ve loaded this one with all the ...

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Luxury German Built Class A Motorhome

If you ever wonder what luxury class A motor homes in Europe are like you will enjoy this short video on a new 30′ (9.2meters) german built Niesmann and Bischoff The one they feature in the video retails for about $175,000 with a lot of very fine features. One “fine feature” it doesn’t have though ...

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Our Next RV?

We’ve been RVing for 40 years and full-timing for 8. We now live in our 40′ quad slide diesel pusher. We both love it, in fact my wife calls our home her condo. They build them bigger, but this is all the room we need. Odds are our rig will get too big, long before ...

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Our Coach Has No Furnace

Oh my goodness, it doesn’t have a water heater either. How could that be? Actually more and more quality RVs are built that way. Since the introduction of hydronic heating systems in the mid 80’s RV manufacturers have chosen hydronic systems in more and more of their high end motor coaches. As these systems become ...

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The Ultimate All Terrain RV

The EarthCruiser is the ultimate all terrain expedition vehicle for extended and comfortable travel to places that most people only read about in adventure magazines. Introducing the EarthCruiser EXP, a unique 4×4 camper that not only provides safe and reliable travel on and off the beaten track but also long term luxurious accommodation when you ...

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Newell Coach – When Only The Finest Will Do

I admit I’ve been in the RV biz a long time and I also admit to being a bit of a snob when it comes to nice motorhomes. I like quality,  power, great handling, and comfort. Lots of comfort. But in any RV I’m looking at for me I also need to include the word affordable. ...

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Fleetwood Ships New Excursion 33 foot Pusher

If you are in the market for a small, versatile Diesel Pusher then the new 2013 Excursion 33A from Fleetwood RV is certainly worth a look. Built on a Freightliner chassis with Exclusive Power Bridge chassis construction, the coach, powered by a gutsy 300hp ISB Cummins engine mated to an Allison transmission will offer great ...

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Winnebago: Big Selection Of Small Fuel Efficient Motorhomes

Well respected Motorhome manufacturer Winnebago Industries not only has a lot of history in the motor home business they have a lot of history in the fuel efficient motorhome buisness as well. I’ve been a close follower of Winnebago since the mid 1970’s and have watched them have their hand in “fuel efficient RV’s” for ...

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Gas or Diesel?

 Which is the right one for you? The easy answer is: Depends. 20 years ago, almost all new Motorhomes were gas, 10 years ago it was probably 50/50. Now  over 70% of new A’s are diesel. Why the shift? Mostly the coaches are bigger, heavier, have more slides and substantially more equipment. These days most everyone ...

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