Fleetwood Enterprises Inc.’s top-end American Heritage Class A diesel pusher made a rare appearance at the Family Motor Coach Association’s (FMCA) 73rd International Convention, March 21-24, at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter in Perry, Ga. “We don’t often bring American Heritages to FMCA,” said Luc van Herle, product planning manager. “That was a mistake, because we sold several.” The Riverside, Calif., company’s highly customizable American Heritage is available in two 45-foot rear- or mid-bath floorplans. Built on Fleetwood’s own 44,600-pound GVWR Liberty chassis, the core of which is a Spartan K2 platform, American Heritage features a standard 500-hp Cummins engine with an optional 625-hp Caterpillar C15 engine – the most powerful motorhome engine available and used by only a couple of companies. Features include one-piece windshields with heated bus-like remote controlled mirrors, domed one-piece fiberglass roofs, full body paint, full fiberglass front and rear panels, high-gloss maple and cherry interior trim. The American Heritage retails from $625,000.