1984 Revcon Prices, Values and Specs

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Revcon Note

MOTORHOMES - 1997-2001 information not available. 1991-1994 information not available. No further information available.


(2003 - 1971)

Motorhomes

Duke-280

Length: 28'
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Double Beds
Self Contained: Yes
Duke-280

Length: 28'
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Twin Beds
Self Contained: Yes
Duke-280

Length: 28'
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Rear Bathroom
Self Contained: Yes
Duke-280

Length: 28'
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Side Bathroom
Self Contained: Yes
Prince-310

Length: 31'
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Rear Bathroom
Self Contained: Yes
Prince-310

Length: 31'
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Twin Beds
Self Contained: Yes
Prince-310

Length: 31'
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Double Beds
Self Contained: Yes
King-330

Length: 33'6"
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Rear Bathroom
Self Contained: Yes
King-330

Length: 33'6"
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Double Beds
Self Contained: Yes
King-330

Length: 33'6"
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Side Bathroom
Self Contained: Yes
King-330

Length: 33'6"
Coach Design: Motor Home (Class A)
Floor Plan: Twin Beds
Self Contained: Yes
First appearing in 1968, Revcon supplied the recreational vehicle marketplace with front-engined motorhomes based on an Oldsmobile Toronado based chassis. Originally, Revcon motorhomes were built until the 1990 model year when continuous production was concluded. The Revcon name was restarted in 2002 focused on the construction of a unique 4X4 Class A motorhome designed to take large recreational vehicle properties off-road. Revcon name disappeared once again in after the 2003 model year.