When the Michigan Association of RVs and Campgrounds kicks off its Detroit Camper Show (Sept. 30-Oct. 4), Veurinks’ RV Center plans to showcase a $740,000 American Coach Eagle 45-A, the highest-priced RV ever shown at the event, according to Bill Sheffer, MARVAC show director.
“This is the most expensive RV we have ever had at this camper and RV show,” said Bill Sheffer, MARVAC Director. “We are excited to showcase this luxurious vehicle at the show.”
The Eagle 45-A is a 45-foot long, class A motorhome with a 600-horsepower Cummins engine.
“This doesn’t really look like a camper,” said Matt Veurink, sales manager of Veurinks’ RV Center. “It’s more like a home.”
According to Veurink, upgrades to the 2016 Eagle include new paint color schemes, a reconfigured front deck with a Mercedes-Benz inspired LCD instrument and gauge display embedded in a leather-wrapped dashboard and one-of-a-kind emergency exit stairs from the bathroom area.
Amenities include two bathrooms with radiant heat tile flooring, a stone inlaid master shower area with a rain shower-style shower head, customized glass tile and handcrafted cabinetry in the galley, and a residential-size refrigerator with icemaker.
“This is a vehicle that is designed for people who put a lot of miles on their RV, travelling around the country,” Veurink said. “For many, it’s their permanent residence.”
The MARVAC Fall Detroit Camper and RV Show takes place at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Mich.
Adult admission (ages 13 and up) is $10, senior admission is $9, and children 12 and under are admitted without fee. Parking cost is not included in admission. Coupons for $1-off any adult or senior admission are available at marvac.org, Big Boy restaurants, Biggby Coffee locations and in area newspapers.