The title says 2003, but it's a 2004 model year. Sitting on the much-desired WORKHORSE with Chevy's 8.1L VORTEC V-8, it has a lot of the same low-end torque for pulling that you'd come to expect in a Diesel pusher. It's still got it's whole life in front of it, it only has 38,800 miles on it! The total length of the ALLEGRO Bay is 36 feet and the inside is made roomier by way of 2 slide-out room extenders. This is a four-seasons unit with DUAL PANE windows for keeping the cold out on chilly mountain mornings. Double Furnaces and Double Air Conditioning units ensure that you can reach your "comfort zone" temperature quickly, and powering A/C shouldn't be a problem with a 7.0 KW Onan Marquis Generator located onboard in an external compartment. That's sizeably larger than the standard 5.5 KW you get on most class A motorhomes. In addition to the furnace system on the ALLEGRO BAY you can enjoy the radiant heat and rustic atmosphere of the living room FIREPLACE located in the entertainment center tower. Inside, the ALLEGRO BAY has been adorned with the finest in floors, furnishings, and surfaces. Real Residential-Grade carpets with that soft, thick feel between your toes have installed in the living room and bedroom areas, and great-looking vinyl-tile floors through the kitchen and hall. The solid wood cabinets are a classy reddish-dark color with raised panels and durable construction. The countertops are all solid-surface (both in the kitchen as well as the bathroom) with covers for both sink basins and the glass/ceramic cooktop that looks like it's never been used... ever. The kitchen is fully-featured with name-brand appliances like a whirlpool refrigerator and a Sharp CONVECTION microwave oven, all in shiny stainless steel. In the living room is an aftermarket black-leather wraparound couch, from which you can snuggle up with a honey and enjoy movies on the LCD TV in the entertainment tower and the surround sound home theater setup with several satellite speakers and a freestanding subwoofer. There's also a TV in the bedroom. The dinette chairs match the couch and when mealtime is over, the dinette table easily folds down to the wall to give you even more space in the carpeted living room. The ALLEGRO BAY has a queen-sized bedroom suite with a glass-enclosure walk-in shower. The bathroom is the much-preferred "private" setup, with all the shower, toilet, sink, and mirror in one enclosed room rather than the shower being out in the open near the bed. You shouldn't want for storage space for your clothes in the bedroom and hall, or for food and cooking essentials in the kitchen for that matter. The outside storage compartments are ample sized for bulky items rather kept outside like BBQ Grills, Card Tables, Lawn Chairs, etc. When Tiffin builds a motorhome, they really pay attention to detail--the things you're going to appreciate out away from home that sometimes aren't as obvious. The original owner obviously added some things as well. The patio awning extends and retracts automatically and the slideouts feature their own awnings for protecting the tops of them from the rain and debris that tends to pile up from trees and breeze. Where it really counts, the windows have their own shade awnings as well as the day/night pull-down shades inside. For drivers, a driver's door at the front will be a convenience during refueling and for moments when you want to get behind the wheel without tracking your shoes across much of the coach. A larger 10-gallon water tank will make your showers a little more like at home, and a 70 gallon freshwater tank is a great size for longer periods of time between campgrounds or restocking stations. The "waterworks" compartment houses the filtration unit that filters all the water that goes through your plumbing as well as an outside shower for hosing off whatever/whoever is dirty before letting it/them inside. Air Horns as loud as the 18-wheelers on the highway may just communicate an important message to a distracted driver on the road when you need it. A Bright Spotlight mounted on the roof is controlled from the cab to light up the picnic area in the evening or give the kids some extra light as they play some nighttime kickball.

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