Adventurer Introducing New Eagle Cap Class C
Adventurer LP (ALP), which acquired the assets of La Grande, Ore.-based Eagle Cap Campers Inc. a year ago, has expanded the brand with the planned launch of a new Class C motorhome at the Nov. 29-Dec. 1 49th Annual National RV Trade Show in Louisville, Ky.
“ALP has been building Class C motorhomes since the mid 1980’s for a rental fleet in the tough and rugged Canadian north where the requirements for a quality-built unit to withstand those extremes, along with the constant use as a rental, has provided us with a unique perspective in Class C construction, insulation and quality,” said Greg Tucknies, national sales manager for ALP, which is building the product at the company’s Yakima, Wash., facility.
According to a press release, the Eagle Cap Class C line ranges in lengths of 19 to 31 feet with MSRP’s starting at $63,000. Standard features include air conditioning, interior and exterior LED lights, a “Dream Dinette” with seatbelts, the roomy “Arc” style shower enclosure, deep double bowl galley sinks, sealed burner stove with oven and a camper caddy storage system.
The motorhomes also offer exclusive TCC aluminum frame construction, three-year structural warranty, enclosed, insulated and heated tanks, and four-season insulation with thermal pane windows.
Also under the Eagle Cap brand, Adventurer will be displaying the 1165 triple-slide truck camper, offering maximum interior room in the 102-inch wide body design along with rear sofa, driver’s side dinette and passenger side galley sliderooms. The 1165 Triple slide also supports the largest interior storage of any truck camper in the industry with three wardrobe/closet areas and a floor to ceiling pantry behind the full-sized island making the 1165 Galley feel more like your kitchen at home.
In addition, ALP will be showing its redesigned Adventurer truck campers for 2012 offering upgraded interiors, including new fabrics, an Ozite ceiling and simulated tile flooring, along with the use of composites for lighter weight construction.
“We have trimmed 75 to 127 pounds in weight this year, even with all of the added features, with little to no price increase,” said Tucknies.
The truck campers are also equipped with all-new exterior graphics, exterior LED lights, the new sturdier Phat ladder, G3 fiberglass nose wrap with a triple sealing process for the seams, and camper guides that make the loading process easy by centering the camper between the wheel wells.
ALP will be displaying product in Booth No. 1520 at the Kentucky Exposition Center (KEC).