1988 Monaco Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1988 Monaco Series

(Model years 2017 - 1975)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
Monaco Roadmaster-Chevrolet 31' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Monaco Roadmaster-Chevrolet 34' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Monaco Roadmaster-Chevrolet 36' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes

Crown Royale Series

Roadmaster 34 34' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Roadmaster Diesel 205hp 34' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Roadmaster Diesel 230hp 34' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Gillig 250hp Caterpillar 36' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Gillig 300hp Caterpillar 36' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Gillig 36 36' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Roadmaster 36 36' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Roadmaster Diesel 205hp 36' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Roadmaster Diesel 230hp 36' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Gillig 300hp Caterpillar 38' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Gillig 38 38' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Gillig 300hp Caterpillar 40' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Gillig 40 40' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Founded in 1968 as Caribou Manufacturing Company, the beginning of Monaco started with the modest but successful business of building truck campers. Reformed as the Monaco Coach Corporation in 1977, the brand became recognized as a motorhome builder. First building Class C motorhomes, Monaco migrated into the construction of Class A motor coaches ranging up to 45 feet in length. The parent company Monaco filed for bankruptcy in 2009 but production was able to continue with assets being sold to Navistar Incorporation Corporation.