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New Continental Coach fifth wheel features luxury

New Continental Coach fifth wheel features luxury

Continental Coach Elegence fifth wheelSHIPSHEWANA, Ind. — Forks RV Company introduced an elegant, luxury Continental Coach fifth wheel RV at the 2012 Pennsylvania RV Show. The Elegance model features Paramount style wood trim and cabinet doors as well as brown sugar glazed maple wood with granite countertops and cream polished porcelain floor tiles. 

“Sophisticated, yet relaxed. Warm and inviting. This is the ultimate in luxury fifth wheel living,” said Jay Troyer, director of sales and marketing. “The 2013 Elegance has a look and feel that is typically reserved for high-end custom residential homes. Just one touch of the premium solid hardwood cabinetry and trim and you will know that you are experiencing something special.”

Continental Coach was designed and built for full-time users who prefer to choose from the company’s standard floor plans and options, or use Forks RV’s design and engineering consultation service to tailor a truly custom unit with virtually endless possibilities, he explained. 

“In a Continental Coach Elegance, you can look forward to an experience in which each day spent is a moment of maximum comfort and enjoyment,” said Troyer. “Our product process allows us to offer unparalleled customization.”

For more information, people may call Troyer at 574.825.7467, e-mail or visit

SOURCE: Forks RV press release

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