Published January 2013
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Outlaw 37MD toy hauler motorhome

Whether you go on a yearly trip to the sand dunes to go ATVing or you travel to and from the motocross park every weekend, the Outlaw toy hauler motorhome is well suited for a variety of camping adventures. 

Made by Thor Motor Coach—pioneer of the first full-production Class A toy hauler—the 2013 Outlaw 37MD comes with large side-opening storage compartments and separate entries for the living room and garage areas. The interior of the coach features leatherette seating surfaces, a solid-surface kitchen countertop, an over-the-range microwave oven and easy-to-clean vinyl flooring throughout. With a loft bedroom, a sofa air bed and a drop-down bunk over the cockpit, the coach can accommodate several people.

The garage is separated from the rest of the coach by a sliding glass door with a power shade for privacy. The garage can be used to haul and store toys or it can be an entertainment area. A patio railing system around the garage and ramp door allows for a veranda off the back of the coach. The veranda can hold up to 1,800 pounds and up to 2,500 pounds when it is in the downward, ramp loading and unloading position. Optional fold-down sofas in the garage offer seating for up to six people or they can be converted into beds.

Other features of the Outlaw 37MD include an exterior fuelling station for filling up dirt bikes and ATVs, as well as garage radio controls, wall-mounted marine-grade speakers and a 32-inch LCD TV under the patio awning.

See the Outlaw Toy Hauler website for more information. 

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