Ford E350 Super Duty 5.4 liter EFI V8 engine, 9400
Height (With Roof Air Conditioner) 9'3”
Length 22'2” Exterior Width 6'10”
MSRP starting at around $86,000 (see dealer)
Great West Vans says "The Classic delivers a more traditional class "B" look. With it's lower, more aerodynamic top the Classic is a great daily driver and becomes a self contained motorhome for weekends and holidays. The lower profile design and our optional hidden air conditioner make the Classic the van motorhome of choice in exclusive communities where RV's are prohibited."
We show 4 pictures of the beautiful Classic interiors below. We show the side sofa (opened to bed) model, the booth dinette model, the mid galley and the king bed models:
We show first the Classic side sofa floorplan. This is an open, spacious floor plan with seating for 5, lots of storage, including a slide-out pantry, a fully appointed galley and a full size rear bathroom.
Next we show the booth dinette floorplan. A nice arrangement with lots of storage once again:
The mid galley floorplan has more sleeping options than other models. The rear dinette or optional sofa can be converted to become a comfortable double bed (74" X 50") for a good nights rest. Plus the four chairs up front can be converted to make 2 single beds. We think that the flexibility that Great West Vans is offering with these mid galley models is really amazing:
The twin bed arrangement shown below has two single beds (32" X 70"), or a double bed (75" X 48"), or simply remove the night table and you get a king size bed (74" X 72"). The twin beds when not in the sleeping position create a rear dinette. We think that this is a really great use of the available space:
The king bed arrangement shown below features the same galley and bathroom area of the Twin Bed but with even more storage and the option of either a fixed 6" mattress or a tri-fold electric sofa for a large (74" X 74") rear bed.
|"With it's lower, more aerodynamic top the Classic is a great daily driver and becomes a self contained motorhome for weekends and holidays".
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