Do you like the layout on this one? Looks like it could comfortably hold a bunch of people if you wanted to host a party inside. I sort of like it and it looks CA legal under 40'.
The lower bunk could also be used for seating people if you had a large group of people inside and all other areas will filled to capacity, and it sleeps 8 if you put 2 in the bed, one in each bunk, one on each couch, one in the diner and one in the overhead.
1. Could you put 3 bunks in the same area and still use the lower or middle one for seating? Is there enough room for such layout?
2. How much do you think it cost to build, the conversion and the used chassis?
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$99.5k. 29 foot 2007 Powerhouse Conversion Coach on a '99 Freightliner Century Class w 318000 miles. Twin Screw, 435 HP 60 Series Detroit, 10-speed autoshift transmission. It sports a 13 foot slide-out and will sleep eight (8). Other features include: 12.5 Moen diesel generator, ducted furnace, two rooftop A/C units, solid oak cabinetry, full size side by side refrig/freezer with icemaker, two burner cooktop, microwave/convection oven, hot water heater, full size shower, fresh water capacity, and large holding tanks. You'll appreciate the brand new Legacy Silver seats in the cab and with TONS of storage, this rig will tow your load in comfort and style. This Coach has traveled less than 4000 miles to date. Designed for motorsports, or heavy towing, 200 gal fuel capacity.