1987 Four Seasons Prices, Values and Specs

Select a 1987 Four Seasons Series

Four Seasons Note

MOTORHOMES - For newer year pricing information, refer to Custom Motor Coach Ind in the NADA Recreation Vehicle Appraisal Guide.


(1988 - 1980)

Motorhomes

Cheyenne, Laredo

Pioneer

Malibu

Niagara-Lounge

Niagara-Nook

Sebring, Niagara

Yukon

Truck Campers

Challenger

Length: 78
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over
Floor Plan: Split Kitchen
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Challenger

Length: 96
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over
Floor Plan: Split Kitchen
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Magnum

Length: 78
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over
Floor Plan: Split Kitchen
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Magnum

Length: 96
Coach Design: Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over
Floor Plan: Split Kitchen
Self Contained: No
Slides: 0
Mini Challenger-SB

Mini Magnum-SB

Mini Challenger-LB

Mini Magnum-LB

Sportster

Eagle

Safari

Esprit

Maxitra

Building recreational products during the 1980s, Four Seasons launched as a constructor of pop-up truck campers. In 1984, Four Seasons began assembling Class C motorhomes from 13 to 21.5 feet and a Class A motor coach spanning 33 feet in length. Four Seasons truck campers ended production after 1988, but the motorhomes were manufactured under Custom Motor Coach Industries during the 1989 model year.