They only made a few of these, and there’s just no other RV that’s like them. But you can still get them, because they come up for sale on used RV and motorhome listings once in a while.
This is a luxury motorhome with a 12″ garage bay in the back. A 40″ motor coach with a 12″ garage bay in the back, actually.
And it’s got enough power for its size, plus enough to carry everything you need for serious luxury RVing, including a vehicle that can park inside the motorcoach’s garage bay: It has a 6.7L Cummins ISB Turbo Diesel (which puts out 350 horsepower, 650 pound-feet of torque) and is equipped with a 5-speed Allison auto transmission. The chassis for this luxury motor home is a Freightliner custom one. It’s a Gulf Stream Bounty Hunter, and you could easily be comfortable riding around in one of these on an extended road trip around the whole continent.
It also has a 12″ slide out unit on the drivers side which adds 3 feet and turns the living room into a much bigger space. In terms of amenities, it has all the luxury motorhome features other RVs of this type have, from AC to kitchen appliances to hardwood and bathroom. The ceiling in this motor coach is 9 feet, and it has a 2×3 foot shower in the bathroom.
You probably noticed one of the unique things about this motorhome is the raised section in the anterior of the vehicle, which you can see in the exterior photo. That’s a loft that is located above the garage bay. You can sleep more people up there, or use it as additional accessible storage. You can find these around, and we’ll definitely keep our eye out for great ones. One of the best we’ve seen is the “Windseeker I,” the first incarnation of the travel RV used by the couple behind wind-seeker (although they’ve changed RVs a couple of times since then!).