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Old 10-08-2013, 08:08 PM   #71
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Here's the newest Wildcat floor plans:

303BHX (introduced in June 2013):


333MK (introduced in Sept. 2013):
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Old 10-08-2013, 08:12 PM   #72
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We also introduced the new 312QBX, really a renaming for the original version of the 312BHX without the full outside kitchen (the 312QBX has an outside fridge standard as well as a cooktop to meet most campers' outside kitchen needs, but no TV or storage). The stow and go kids dinette in the rear makes this one unique.
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Old 10-08-2013, 08:16 PM   #73
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We also did revisions on a few floor plans...

The new 317RL has a larger sofa in the rear and an available theater seating option:



Both the 293REX and the 313RE have had a TV lift installed in the rear entertainment center so a huge rear window can be used with no obstructions until after dark:



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Old 10-08-2013, 08:18 PM   #74
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The 327CK was also refreshed with a new upper deck layout due to the new NXG2 drop frame chassis which is now part of the build! King bed is a great new offering on most Wildcats!

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Chris thanks for the Floor Plan Pictures
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Old 10-11-2013, 12:15 AM   #76
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Chris, any chance there's a front living room model in the future?
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Old 10-11-2013, 01:39 AM   #78
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Chris, any chance there's a front living room model in the future?
We last had a front living room model in 2009-2011 (34FLR which then became known as the 343FL) but haven't yet revisited that concept... I know there's been some designs in R&D (a luxury rear kitchen too!), but I don't know a timetable.

I do know the next floor plan to debut will be a smaller, couple's style coach with some great new features including a specially designed frame unique to Wildcat and built by our partners at Norco/BAL! Expect to hear about it just after Thanksgiving (it will debut at the 2013 National RVIA Trade Show).

We're always looking at new ideas and floor plan concepts! I'll update this thread when we've got new models ready to show. Please let me know if there's ever something you're looking for or really like -- I'm happy to take ideas from forum members to my design team!
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Old 10-22-2013, 08:11 PM   #79
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312bhx

Chris, I modified my 312bhx-OK and think this model would attract even more sales (i'm sure many are sold now) if they made the bunkhouse more functional. I removed the bottom bunk, made the middle bunk so it can flipped up and put chairs in place of the bottom bunk. I then mounted a tv to the wall, behind the outside kitchen. This allows little campers to sit and watch tv or play games instead of having to be in their beds to do so! I don't think that modifying the design would take much but would work much better with a lot of camping families. Especially given the length, weight and price point of this RV. Just an idea for future upgrades to this model!
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The 327CK was also refreshed with a new upper deck layout due to the new NXG2 drop frame chassis which is now part of the build! King bed is a great new offering on most Wildcats!

A cabinet door next to the frig in the triangle nearest the kitchen would make a great broom closet.
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