Race Car Transport
2004 Country Coach Inspire 330 RV - SOLD
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Available for auction at Pavilion Gardens, Buxton
Date: Wed, 27th Jul 2022 13:00
Tuesday 26th July 2022 from 12pm to 6pm
Wednesday 27th July 2022 from 9am
Estimate: £65,000 - £75,000
Registration No: WK04 JDX
Chassis No: 4U7K6DS1351104024
MOT: July 2023
- Luxury 'motorcoach' from one of America's top luxury RV companies
- Electrical system converted to UK 240 volts in 2017
- With the more desirable CAT C9 diesel engine
For over 50 years, Country Coach has held its place as one of the top manufacturers of luxury ‘motorcoaches’ or RVs. The Eugene, Oregon, based company, he market leading company of the Oregon RV (recreational vehicle) industry, had its beginnings in 1968, then known as Country Campers. By 1983 a hundred employees were manufacturing and marketing rear-engined, diesel, luxury motor homes. Over the next twenty years, the company grew quickly, changing its name in 1987 from Country Campers to Country Coach, Inc. It developed its own chassis, the DynoMax. By 2004, Country Coach had 1,600 employees and a 508,000-square-foot campus in Junction City. Its luxury vehicles, known as motorcoaches, came in a variety of series and floor plans, ranging in length from 34 to 45 feet and retailing for several hundred thousand U.S. dollars.
In 2004 the Country Coach Inspire 330 offered here, was delivered from the factory with the more desirable CAT C9 8.8L 400hp engine rather than the Cummins 8.3L 350hp engine. With the 2 axle ‘DynoMax chassis’, the body was a semi-monocoque construction. The Inspire 330 was available in Genoa, DaVinci and Siena floorplans with a multitude of bespoke options for the discerning RV buyer that wanted the best of the American luxury RVs. We believe the model offered here, is a Siena 36’ with the optional ‘Quad-Slide (meaning 4 extending rooms).
Having started life in the USA, this example first landed on our shores in 2007. It was first registered on 23rd May 2007 and has had just one other previous UK owner. With the previous owner the electrical supply was converted to the UK standard 240 volts system in 2017 at the expense of £5,000. Accompanying the RV is a file of invoices for minor maintenance during its current ownership. That ownership consisted of use solely for a racing team when visiting circuits. Offered with a V5C, the current mileage, displayed at the time of consignment, is 49,538 miles.
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