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Class C Diesel Motorhomes get Super-Sized,
New 35SK Super C RV Unveiled by Thor Motor Coach
Thor Motor Coach is expanding their lineup of Class C Diesel Motorhomes.

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September 6, 2013 --
Class C Diesel Motorhomes get Super-Sized, New 35SK Super C RV Unveiled by Thor Motor Coach
THOR MOTOR COACH

September 6, 2013 (Elkhart, In.) - North America’s best-selling motorhome manufacturer, Thor Motor Coach is expanding their lineup of Class C Diesel Motorhomes. Filling a void in the Class C RV marketplace, the new Thor Motor Coach 35SK joins the ranks of “Super C Motorhomes” built to satisfy consumers’ needs for a heavy-duty diesel-powered Class C motorhome.

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Coveted for its exceptional living space, the 35SK Super C RV creates an ideal lounging area at the center of the coach. The TV cabinet is located straight across from an ample sofa and dinette configuration. A slide-out expands that sofa/dinette area creating an entertaining hub. For the high-tech aficionados, a cab-over home theater entertainment center with 50”, big-screen, LCD TV and sound bar can be optioned in the cab-over, replacing the standard 32” LCD TV.

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The interior is loaded with residential-home designs. The rich furniture is complimented with overhead efficient LED lighting. In the kitchen, a residential 18-cf. refrigerator and 30” over-the-range microwave allow ease of food preparation. An oversize pantry and pull-out countertop adds space and convenience. The motorhome’s bedroom boasts a premium “King” size Denver Mattress™ sleep system and abundant storage. The split bath with a private stool highlights yet another ingenious use of space and design in the 35SK line of Super C Motorhomes.

Consumers have touted the drivability of these diesel-powered Super C Motorhomes. With a solid foundation of the Ford F-550 you’ll benefit from generous carrying capacity and commanding towing ability. The PowerStroke 6.7L diesel engine, pumps out 300-hp and 620-lb.ft. of torque. The diesel engine is completely housed out in front of the passenger compartment offering a much sought after passenger car ride.

The 35SK Super C RV will make its public debut at the 2013 California RV Show in Pomona, Ca. October 11th, 2013, for more information check out: http://goo.gl/q5Hhhx

“With great feedback from our customers on the original 33SW Super C Motorhomes, we were able to design and bring to market the 35SK addressing the needs of Class C Motorhome buyer wanting additional space, with diesel power,” according to Joel Grimm, National Sales Manager for Class C & Gas Class A Motorhomes at Thor Motor Coach. “These New Super C RVs deliver on all levels, better driving comfort, large towing capacity, creative and spacious interior design, and room to entertain a gathering of one or 8.”

For more information about Thor Motor Coach’s Motorhomes call 800-860-5658 or visit: http://ThorMotorCoach.com/

To learn more about these Two New Diesel Super C Motorhome Brands checkout http://FourWinds-Super-C.com and http://Chateau-Super-C.com

About Thor Motor Coach
Thor Motor Coach, Inc is an operating unit of Thor Industries, Inc. (NYSE:THO), producing various motorized recreational vehicles that are sold throughout the United States and Canada. Thor Motor Coach’s RV brands include Class C Motorhomes; Four Winds and Chateau, Super C Motorhomes; Four Winds Super C RV and Chateau Super C RV, Mercedes Benz Sprinter Based Diesel Motorhomes; Siesta Sprinter and Citation Sprinter, Class B Plus Motorhomes; Siesta and Citation, Class A Motorhomes Gas; A.C.E., Daybreak, Challenger, Hurricane, Windsport, New Miramar Motor Homes, and Outlaw Toy Haulers, Class A Diesel Motorhomes; Palazzo and Tuscany TAG & XTE.

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Re: RVing with Your PetCoryWe travel with 2 senior Goldens and a young one... It is very important that our Fur Babies stay cool, I would have not thought to leave a key with the camp host or a note... We usually don't lock the door when we leave them... And a ramp is very important to have to help get them in and out so the steep stairs don't hurt their hips. 7/18/2014 12:23:00 PM
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