With heated marble floors, two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, Sony surround sound and more flat screen TVs than a respectable man cave, a 45-foot Class A motorhome can feel like a home away from home. And, according to a report by the Press of Atlantic City, with a show price tag of $389,000, it can be more expensive than that home too.
Steve Minghenelli, owner of Dylans RV Center in Sewell, N.J., expects to sell all 14 of the motorhomes he brought to the annual Atlantic City RV & Camping Show, which started Friday (Feb. 14) and ends today.
Their prices – ranging from about $100,000 to about $600,000 – represent the high-end of the recreational vehicle market, but have been a strong point for the industry and for Minghenelli’s business.
Some of his motorhomes have 600-horsepower engines and enough “trunk space” and power to lift passenger cars into compartments and drive away.
Some have built-in bars, three-air conditioners, boilers to produce hot water, and the capability to store 200 gallons of water onboard, Minghenelli said.
“I can go in to a school parking lot and stay there for a week,” he said.
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