Damon Motor Coach’s 2005 Astoria Waldorf Edition – an upgrade of the Thor Industry Inc. subsidiary’s new Astoria entry-level diesel pusher – features three single- and double-slideout floorplans in 36- and 38-foot lengths with standard full-body paint and color-matched awnings. “It’s doing very well for us,” said Kevin Finn, East Coast sales representative, during the Family Motor Coach Association’s (FMCA) 73rd International Convention March 21-24 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, Ga. “Some of our competition is priced similarly, but with the features that we have inside the coach, nobody can touch it.” With retail prices starting at about $150,000, amenities include Corian countertops, ceramic tile floors, heated front-mounted power mirrors, reclining ultra-leather driver and passenger seats and a home theater package. Introduced at the 2004 Louisville Show, the Astoria Waldorf is built on a 31,850-pound GVWR Freightliner ISC raised-rail chassis powered by a 300-hp, low torque, Cummins ISB diesel engine.