Just a few words of introduction, I am an off-roader and haul my Bronco all over the country in adition to a genral love of out doors and camping. I have had an on-going strugle of what to tow with and what I can afford. My latest schime is to put and in-bed camper on the front of a 24' goose neck trailer and then the Bronco on the back. The major problem I have with that is my Powerstroke will not pull this load over the moutains here in Colorado. This trailer combo weighs over 15K.
With all of that said one of my buddies just got a Powerhouse Conversions home and I am in love with it and the PRICE!!!!
Granted these are not a top of the line motorhome but, for the money you can not beet them. I have been doing a lot research and looking at differnt motorhomes and I just can not afford to spend the kind of money that Showhauler and some of the others are wanting for thier motorhomes.
After looking at Jim's real hard I feel that the construction of the box, and conversion are well made and not going to have problems there. I think that his fit and finish could be a little better.
So on to this price thing.
2004 22' motorhome on 1994 Freightliner FLD 600K
2 a/c w/ heat strip
48" vanity and sink in bathroom
upper oak cabnets
bed in back bedroom
bunk over cab
6 gal. ele. water heater
New paint on cab
lower storage boes
100 gal fresh water
65 gal black and grey waters
85% or new rubber on tires
12" o.c. studs w/ walk on roof
genrator sound proofing
110v and 220v outlets on rear of home
exterior TV cable, 110v, and 12v outlets in curbside lower box
2 propane tanks
20,000 btu LP furnace
day/night window coverings
quadra lift system QE-II
10,000 Onan quiet diesel gen
2 burner cook top
Your poinions on this would be greatly apricated.
I will be making a trip to Bismarck, SD in the next couple of weeks to look at the manufacturing and take pictures.
Looking for a truck motorhome.