1988 Four Seasons Prices, Values and Specs

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Four Seasons Note

MOTORHOMES - For newer year pricing information, refer to Custom Motor Coach Ind in the NADA Recreation Vehicle Appraisal Guide.
(Model years 1988 - 1980)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
Cheyenne, Laredo 20' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Side Gaucho Yes
Pioneer 20' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Kitchen Yes
Niagara, Malibu 21'6" Mini Motor Home (Class C) Side Dinette Yes
Sebring 21'6" Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Kitchen Yes
Yukon 21'6" Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Dinette Yes
Tourcrusar 33' Motor Home (Class A) Side Bathroom Yes

Truck Campers

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
Challenger-SB 7' Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over Split Kitchen No
Magnum-SB 7' Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over Split Kitchen No
Mini Magnum-SB 7' Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over Split Kitchen No
Challenger-LB 8' Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over Split Kitchen No
Magnum-LB 8' Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over Split Kitchen No
Mini Magnum-LB 8' Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over Split Kitchen No
Sportster 8'6" Truck Camper - Cab Over Side Dinette Yes
Eagle 9'6" Truck Camper - Cab Over Side Dinette Yes
Safari-LB 10' Truck Camper - Telescopic Cab Over Split Kitchen No
Esprit 10'6" Truck Camper - Cab Over Side Dinette Yes
Maxitra 11'6" Truck Camper - Cab Over Side Dinette Yes
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.