Fleetwood Enterprises Inc. has redesigned its industry-altering Bounder gas-powered Class A motorhome – complete with a revival of the original animated kangaroo logo – to mark the 20th anniversary of the coach, the first to feature basement storage. The Riverside, Calif., company is offering the 2006 Bounder in five floorplans with new front and rear caps and 84-inch interior ceilings in lengths of 32 to 36 feet. Featuring aluminum superstructures and high-gloss fiberglass sidewalls, the Bounder, which set a standard as a no-frills, affordable coach in the 1980s, is built on either Ford or Workhorse chassis with 22 1/2-inch wheels. Each of the two three slideout rooms feature storage compartments with larger aluminum doors that slide out with the room extensions. New twists include an automotive-style dash with passenger workstation, larger windows, increased overhead storage, two flat-screen TVs and a skylight-equipped glass shower. Full body paint is an option. “Over the years, customer feedback has helped revolutionize the Bounder, making it more contemporary and practical while sustaining it’s brand identity and value,” a press release states. The 34F floorplan shown here retails from $107,380.