Gulf Stream Coach Inc. debuted a revived, retooled Tour Master diesel pusher motorhome during the RV builder’s dealer open house on June 3 at its Nappanee, Ind., complex. Production and general management of the premier coach will be handled as a separate business entity – Tour Master Inc. – with production eventually operating out of a new dedicated 70,000-square-foot facility. Gulf Stream discontinued the Tour Master line in 2000, but found the brand still had “very strong recognition in the marketplace,” according to Claude Donati, vice president of sales and marketing. The company reintroduced the Tour Master with the T-36, a 36-foot coach retailing for around $193,000 and featuring a “massive interior” with 7’6″ ceiling heights and two 42-inch deep sliderooms. The coach is powered by a 300-hp Caterpillar big-block engine mated to an Allison MH-3000 6-speed transmission mounted on a 28,000-pound GVWR Freightliner XL raised rail tag axle chassis. A 330-hp Mercedes engine is optional. Gulf Stream also will be rolling out a 32,000-pound GVWR T-40 Tour Master, offering the Mercedes engine standard with an optional 400-hp Cummins engine, and retailing for around $203,000. Both models feature ducted basement air conditioning, Corian countertops, Euro-style overhead cabinets, halogen lighting, solid maple hardwood cabinetry, 30-inch LCD TVs and surround-sound stereo systems with recessed speakers.