Ningbo YINGBOTE Trading Co.,Ltd
The sellers of this unique motor coach rig are two retired architects who decided to ultimately hit the road full time in 2013. In preparation for this adventure they, as designers wanted to make the coach as livable as possible.They immediately reworked the galley to better utilize the space, added a dishwasher, spice rack and space to accommodate their lifestyle. The traditional banquet dinette was turned into an office space and file drawers were added. To keep the dining space, a pull out table was added along with folding dining chairs. The components store easily when the living room slide is pulled in, as the coach is made ready for the road. The luxurious bathroom and shower pass through to the bedroom.A tempurpedic mattress was added in the bedroom. To give the owner’s cats full range there is a “catio” with separate entrance into neighboring storage for a box and the ability for them to go in and out of the RV when they wanted. This can be closed to keep a small dog or cat from leaving the coach if that is the desire. There is also a storage compartment in the bedroom which has it’s own entrance for a box or can be used for larger items to be stored.After a few years on the road it was time to improve again, this time the fold down guest bed was removed to accommodate two electric Laz-Y-Boy recliners (which can still be used for sleeping), electric fireplace (with heat), a large flat screen TV with sound bar and remote woofer that conveniently drops out of sight when not being used.The space over the drivers’ compartment was then converted to house electronics for WiFi system and printer. The leftover space then became a space to house their artwork. In addition two new smart flat screen TV’s were added to the bedroom and the exterior entertainment center shown here with tv, dvd, sound system. An exterior grilling bay was added.The bedroom closet/ storage was totally rebuilt into a full width cedar lined closet and full depth drawers above the bed height and storage.In 2014 the coach was taken to the Renegade Ikon manufacturing plant and upgraded to the newest coach standards at the time. The air conditioning system was upgraded; interior lighting was converted to LED. In addition to a front and rear axle alignment, the front wheels and tires were upgraded to a heavy-duty capacity.The stacker trailer to comply with most states length restriction was commissioned to meet their needs. The trailer is very flexible with a lift that could accommodate a small car or 2 or more motorcycles. In addition it has ample storage for other seasonal items which included skis, ski gear, golf clubs, off road motorcycle gear, storage for leathers for track riding and additional files if needed. There is also a small work area with a large set of shelves in the V portion of the trailer and drawers for tools. It is truly a traveling garage.