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This Man’s 23′ 1988 Amera Cruiser Motorhome Still Looks Great

Thanks to DoItYourselfRV reader Ken P. for sending in pictures of his 1988 Amera Cruiser motorhome.

Amera Cruiser motorhomes were made by Amera Coach Inc. out of Nappanee, Indiana from 1988 to 1991. The company wasn’t around very long, and Ken says that only about 350 units like his were ever made.

Related: This 1977 GMC Motorhome Will Make You Long For the Days of Old.

During the years Amera Coach was in business they made three different models,

  • 23′ Amera Coach
  • 23′ Amera Coach II
  • 29′ Amera Coach

Another brand of motorhome, the Aero Cruiser, was based on the Amera Coach II model and built out of California. Although the two companies produced similar-looking motorhomes, the Amera Coach models had straight sides, while the later Aero Cruiser motorhomes had slanted sides.

There doesn’t appear to be a website dedicated to Aero Coach, but you can find more info about Aero Cruiser’s here.

Ken says his motorhome has “everything in it that the big boys have” and is powered by a 360 cubic inch industrial application engine.

Take a look at some pictures of Ken’s 1988 Amera Cruiser below.

That’s Ken beside his favorite rig.

1988 Amera Coach 23' Class A motorhome

Inside the cockpit area.

Inside the cockpit area of a 1988 Amera Cruiser

Amera Coach bathroom

This sofa looks quite similar to the one in a GMC Motorhome.

This sofa looks quite similar to the one in a GMC Motorhome

The upholstery on the cabin chair still looks great.

Cabin chair in the 1988 Amera Coach Amera Cruiser

Looking aft in the Amera Cruiser.

Look aft in the Amera Coach

Ken’s motorhome still looks like new after two and a half decades.

Outside of the Amera Coach motorhome

Thanks Ken for sharing pictures of your rare motorhome.


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