According to Thor, Outlaw Toy Haulers are attracting buyers outside the original market for which it was created. Thor says more and more customers are finding these Toy Haulers are not just for hauling toys, like motorcycles and ATVs.
“Outlaw Toy Haulers are the best choice for people wanting maximum flexibility in a self-contained motorhome with space for just about anything,” Thor says in a release. Thor suggests a number of possible uses for Outlaw Toy Haulers:
• Dog grooming studio
• Mobile dental office
• Mobile office area
• Medical examination rooms
• Hunting lodge
• Mobile blood drive unit
• Family with pets or bicycles
• The ultimate tailgating & party RV
Recently introduced, the 37MD model extends the Outlaw Toy Hauler’s desirability by adding a second slide room, which is dual-purposed as a second living area or dedicated bedroom. This functionality is the result of input from consumers looking to own a motorized toy hauler for hauling both people and toys, but also want to have a single motorhome that can be converted for full-time camping. A sliding glass door separates the garage from the front of the coach and includes a powered shade for privacy.
The 37LS model features a super-slide in the front of the coach for an unobstructed living area. The toy hauler’s oversize booth dinette can easily accommodate four people for dinner, while the front captain’s chairs swivel to make visiting others on the large hide-a-bed sofa a snap.
Either model can be equipped with an electric drop down bunk over the cockpit area. This bed slides down to provide a comfortable sleeping space for two, when not in use it can be slid up and out of the way, camouflaging itself into the ceiling.
Outlaw Toy Haulers can be converted into a roomy hangout by expanding the garage and ramp door into a place for entertaining. An optional patio railing system forms a terrace off the rear of the coach, while optional fold-down sofas will accommodate seating for six inside the garage.
Full details on all Outlaw RV Toy Haulers can be found at: http://OutlawRV.com/