1990 Yellowstone Motorhome Prices and Specs

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Yellowstone Note

MOTORHOMES - No further information available after 1990.
(Model years 1990 - 1967)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides

Park Avenue Series

M-329-Chevrolet 23'6" Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-246 25' Mini Motor Home (Class C) All Floor Plans Yes
M-270-Basement 28' Mini Motor Home (Class C) All Floor Plans Yes
M-272-Basement 28' Mini Motor Home (Class C) All Floor Plans Yes
M-291-Chevrolet 29' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-291-Ford 29' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-291-Oshkosh 29' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-329-Ford 32'6" Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-329-Oshkosh 32'6" Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-341-Ford 34' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-341-Oshkosh 34' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-349-Ford 34'6" Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-349-Oshkosh 34'6" Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-376-Chevrolet 37' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-376-Ford 37' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-376-Oshkosh 37' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-379-Chevrolet 37' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-379-Ford 37' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
M-379-Oshkosh 37' Motor Home (Class A) All Floor Plans Yes
Founded in 1945 by Elmer Weaver, the Yellowstone Coach Company initially produced small travel trailers for the growing mobile vacation vehicle market. By the 1960s, Yellowstone transitioned to the construction of truck camper and would eventually add park models, fifth wheel trailers as well as motorhomes. Leaving the park model market after 1985, Yellowstone pushed deeper into Class A and Class C motorhomes in later years. Production of Yellowstone recreational products ended in 1990 after 45 years in the vacation vehicle business.