Gulf Stream Expands Conquest Class C Lineup

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Gulf Stream Coach of Nappanee, Ind., has added three new floor plans to its line of Class C motorhomes, providing additional choices and retail opportunities to its growing network of more than 60 dealers across the United States and Canada. 

The new offerings, one with a single slide and two with double slides, also showcase numerous new interior features, the hugely popular “Roanoke Light Cherry” cabinetry, and attractive new exterior options.   

“We’ve utilized over 30 years of experience building nearly 60,000 motor homes to create a line of Class C’s that offer retail customers clear advantages in design, style, and construction,” said National Sales Manager Randy Baskerville. 

 “As a result, our dealers can show retail customers specific advantages that elevate our Class C motor homes above all of our competitors,” Baskerville said. “From our exclusive ‘Cradle of Strength’ construction that combines box-style steel trusses, extra frame reinforcements, and high-strength Huck Bolts, to our use of Azdel synthetic substrates, lightweight vacuum-bonded laminated high-gloss gel-coat walls, and other exclusive components, we’re producing a safe, solid, and reliable motor home with a combination of features no other manufacturer offers.”

“It’s our goal to provide dealers and their customers with the best value, floor plans, and features in the industry,” said Baskerville.  “Adding it all up, we think the Conquest Class C is an Open House ‘show stopper’ for dealers and a wonderful choice for their customers.”

Conquest Class C motorhomes will be on display Sept. 19 to 22 during the Elkhart Open House Extravaganza in the Gulf Stream Coach site near the RV/MH Hall of Fame. 

For more information, contact Baskerville at or 800-289-8787 x 5716.


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