Georgie Boy Redesigns Pursuit ‘A’

1253071_GeorgieBoy_07pursuit.jpgEngineers at Georgie Boy, a division of Coachmen Recreational Vehicle
Company, completely redesigned the Pursuit Class A for those RVers who
use their coaches for short-trip or weekend getaways. The motorhome is
built on the Ford F-53 chassis with a V-10, 6.8-liter engine rated at
362 hp.

All five Pursuit models feature large-capacity pass-through
exterior storage — from 100 to 148 cubic feet, depending on the model. A
convenient utility bay houses a whole-house water filter, water pump
switch, water utility panel, a black-tank rinse system, outlets and a
cable jack. Holding tanks are heated and enclosed for multi-seasonal
camping.

There are three decor schemes from which to choose. For extra
sleeping room in the living area, the sofa folds out into a bed at
night; a 27-inch flat screen TV is standard. The kitchen features a
large double-bowl sink and countertops edged in Welbeck Birch or
Brazilian Cherry wood.

The flexibility of the rear super slideout on the 3540 DS
offers buyers a choice of bunk beds, a convertible sofa that makes into
bunk beds, or an office area with desk and bookcase. The 3100 DS and the
3150 DS are two innovative floorplans. These double-slide models
measure only 32 feet 7 inches long, yet both models offer 120 cubic feet
of exterior storage. The 3150 DS features lots of kitchen countertop
storage and a side aisle that leads back to the master bedroom. The
spacious wardrobe offers ample storage space, as well as a location for
an optional 20-inch flat screen television.

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