Originally Posted by smoky
Some time ago, I found a line of well respected diesel pushers. The model I liked was about 40', with an entry at the front.
The ones I could afford, were made in the late 80's and early 90's.
They look like a Bluebird Wonderlodge. All metal construction, no slideouts.
I can't remember what they are called, anybody help me??
All metal...entry at front
: perhaps a converted MCI or Prevost? Conversions were done by several firms, some on new coaches and some after service. Wide range of interiors/plans.
All metal...most made with mid entry
Or could be a Wanderlodge...my FC is the "school bus" style...in late 80's BlueBird changed chassis/bodys to resemble the mainline RV style. These were typically 40'...the telling of most Wanderlodges of this era is the distinctive "goat rail" around the roof perimeter and a sturdy rear ladder for the heavy alum. plate roof deck and two spotlights on the front.
If you go to Wanderlodge Owners Group and look at the coaches for sale...you will see a range of the styles. A site for many other brands (Prevost/MCI) is busforsale.com