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1985 Coachmen MRV

1985 Coachmen MRV in War of the Worlds, TV Series, 1988-1990 IMDB Ep. 1.08

Class: Bus, Class A Motorhome — Model origin: US

1985 Coachmen MRV

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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no_car EE

2010-01-17 22:06

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CougarTim US

2010-04-12 06:39

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I can't find much information about MRV, although Link to "www.nadaguides.com" has this to say about the MRV brand: "FORMERLY MIDAS, FOR INFORMATION AFTER 1985, SEE TRAVELMASTER." They also give a 1985 MRV lineup that includes the Freeport (a Class C from what I can find), the Kingston, the Palm Beach, the Pompano, and the Savannah.

To confuse matters, I found a 1985 MRV Pompano for sale listed as a "Coachmen MRV": http://www.chooseyouritem.com/rvs/files/924500/924954.html

However, since there appears to have been multiple MRV models in multiple classes, I'm pretty sure this is correctly listed with MRV as the make. My best guess is that MRV was a brand owned by Coachmen, but I don't exactly know.

tom11

2012-05-01 05:33

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OK, here's the deal: MRV was a brand owned by Coachmen, there models were the Pompano (a Class A) the Freeport (a Class C, normally based on Ford Econoline) and the Palm Beach (a very long Class A, which was just an extended 6-wheeled version of the Pompano) and the Savannah (a small Class C, normally based on Toyota). And then, in 1986, MRV was renamed Travelmaster, and Travelmaster began producing all the same models that MRV produced the previous year. And yes, this is correctly listed with MRV as the make, because they were a division of Coachmen, not a model. By the way, this one is definitely a Pompano, because the Pompano and the Palm Beach were the only Class A models made by MRV, and the Palm Beach always had 6-wheels, which this doesn't.

tom11

2012-05-01 20:26

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OK, both me and CougarTim are right, they were a brand owned by Coachmen, not a model http://www.logosdatabase.com/logo/mrv_73493900 And by the way, MRV was short-lived company, they only lasted from 1984 to 1985, but 1985s are far more common, especially for MRV's Class A models, so lets make the year 1985.

Jale PL

2012-06-28 16:10

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1984 MRV Midas - http://burlington.craigslist.org/rvs/3037026981.html

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