1988 Sportscoach Motorhome Prices and Specs

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Sportscoach Note

MOTORHOMES - No longer manufacturing this model.
(Model years 1993 - 1971)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides

Cross Country Series

M-290MB 28'6" Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-310LS 31' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-340MB 33' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-340SB 33' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-360MB 36' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes

Pathfinder Series

M-240CB 24' Motor Home (Class A) Double Beds Yes
M-260MB 26' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-290MB 28'6" Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-310DLS 31' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-330SB 33' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-340MP 33' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-360MB 36' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes

Sportscoach Series

M-350MB-Caterpillar Diesel 34'6" Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-350MB-Detroit Diesel 34'6" Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-350MG-Gas 34'6" Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
First building Class A motorhomes in 1968, Sportscoach recreational vehicles existed as a luxurious option for campground living. In 1978, Sportscoach was acquired by Coachmen RV but continued to operate as a unique product entity. Incorporating modern engineering for its time, Sportscoach 24-foot to 38-foot motorhomes were heavily equipped with home-like luxuries on chassis frames propelled by gasoline and diesel powerplants. Sportscoach ended operations after the 1993 model year but Coachmen RV would reuse the Sportscoach name to identify a motorhome line in the late 1990s.