Happy Throwback Thursday! This week’s featured RV is a classic motorhome made by Safari Motorcoach out of Harrisburg, Oregon. The 1999 Harney Renegade Casa Grande is a well-equipped diesel pusher with plenty of space inside and out!
Safari Motoroach (a.k.a. Safari Coach) started making diesel and gas-powered class A motorhomes in the 1980s under founders Mat Perlot and Curt Lawler. Although the company was eventually sold to Monaco Coach in 2002, Safari produced an excellent line of motorhomes that have stood the test of time. This 37-foot 1999 Harney Renegade has a Casa Grande floorplan that features a nice mid-entry single slide and sleeps 4 comfortably.
Built on a Spartan Chassis with a Cat engine, this motorhome features aluminum siding and lots of outside storage. Inside, this RV is just as roomy, featuring a corner shower, separate toilet, ample cabinet space, and walk around queen bed. While this unit has just over 89,000 miles to its name, it has been kept in great condition. The 2 A/Cs, television, and full kitchen make it a luxurious choice for your next road trip.
The unit pictured above is on sale today at Northwest RV Sales in Salem, Oregon for only $41,995.00. To get more information about this unit or contact the seller to make an offer, visit the detail page on RVUSA.com. If you’re in the market for a classic RV or a brand new diesel pusher, RVUSA is your ultimate resource for anything and everything RV. Tell us about your classic RV by leaving a comment below, or contact us about selling your RV online!