1999 Beaver Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1999 Beaver Series

1999 Note

MOTORHOMES - (*)These models include Thunder package.
(Model years 2010 - 1966)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides

Contessa Series

San Marco 38'6" Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Naples 40'6" Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Viano 40'6" Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes

Marquis Series

Garnet 40' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes
Jasper 40' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Opal 40' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes
Tourmaline 40' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1

Monterey Series

Laguna 30' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes
Trinidad 30' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes 1
Newport 36' Motor Home (Class A) Rear Bathroom Yes
Redondo 36' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Seacliff 36' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Ventura 36' Motor Home (Class A) Rear Bathroom Yes

Patriot Series

Concord 33' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Ticonderoga 37' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Trenton 37' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes
Brandywine 40' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Brandywine (*) 40' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Montecello (*) 40' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Monticello 40' Motor Home (Class A) Center Kitchen Yes 1
Building motorhomes and truck campers, Beaver emerged from the state of Oregon in the early 1980s. Beaver motorhomes adhered to a Class A configuration for optimum interior comfort and flexibility. Beaver was acquired by Monaco RV (a division of Navistar) in 2001 and would continue producing motorhomes under the brand until the end of the 2010 model year. Production of truck campers under the Beaver name lasted from 1986 to 1993.