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Cowboy Cadillacs – Serious RVing

RVs November 7, 2017

Cowboy Cadillacs - Serious RVing

Looking through the inventory of this legendary RV company, I’d have to say I’d be tempted to follow their advice and ride in comfort in one of these big, beautiful vehicles. “Save a horse … Ride a Cowboy Cadillac Coach!”

They offer four main models of coach: the “Champaign”, the “Moody Blue”, the “North Star”, and the “Serendipity”. The Serendipity is a neutral-tone, luxurious model, with tile on the floors in the kitchen and bathroom, leather couches, and a pop-out sleeper. It would bring to mind a resort at a private beach, or an island getaway. With its light coloring and glamorous additions, it would make a perfect vehicle for someone who wanted to get away without having to fly to get there.

The “North Star” is darker in decor, with a deep chocolate brown throughout the interior, in the tile, carpeting, and drapes. It would remind one of a visit to a late-night jazz club performance, or a smoky bar with music playing quietly in the background. One would also think of whiskey and cigars being made available for an even more relaxing experience.

The “Moody Blue” is my favorite, with a more rustic interior. A faux brickwork floor, bi-colored upholstery, and a more open floor plan make this one feel like the inside of a ranch. Its warm coloring paired with spacious accommodations would make anyone feel right at home. While it has the appearance of simplicity, however, do not be fooled. This model is just as full of amenities and quality as the others.

The “Champaign”, on the other hand, looks like its insides belong to a luxurious ocean liner or vintage railcar, complete with sconces, wrap-around seating, and faux wood paneling. One could even pretend, if the road noise were muted, that they had gone back in time to an oil baron’s lavish quarters.

The company is a family business, first owned and operated by Warren Pearce. After his death, his daughter and children took over providing what they call premier entertainment coaches to clients. With their knowledge of the entertainment industry and their background in music, the Mullens family is well-equipped to provide customers with the perfect package.

If you want to learn more about these beautiful coaches, you can view the galleries on their website, www.cowboycadillaccoach.com which provides several photos of each type of coach. You can also follow them on their Facebook page, which indicates how to contact them and where they’re located, should you want to visit. There are also plenty of photos and videos to keep you entertained as you marvel at these fantastic models.

With 5-star reviews, quality service, and gorgeous vehicles, the Cowboy Cadillac Coach company is at the top of the line. If you know of a musician, band, or other performers who are on the lookout for a new road vehicle, you might want to point them in the direction of the Cowboy Cadillac Coach. It sure beats riding a tired horse, wishing there were a way to protect yourself from the dust and the heat. The Mullens family is right — the way of the future is definitely being driven by these magnificent coaches.

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