3633 S Maple Ave
Fresno, CA 93725
Used 2017 Gulf Stream RV Conquest Class C 6320
Set out to new destinations with this Conquest C 6320 class C motor home by Gulf Stream RV. This model features double slide outs, and sleeping space for up to seven people.
Above the cab there is an overhead bunk and an optional cabinet where you can store your personal belongings.
The kitchen area features an optional TV with a swing arm, an overhead cabinet, a sink, a three burner range, a microwave, a refrigerator, and a pantry for your canned goods.
Along the road side the slide out features a jack knife sofa, an overhead cabinet, and a dinette. Both the dinette and sofa easy convert into additional sleeping space at night.
There is a private toilet area with a sink along the road side, and across the hall you will find a shower.
After a day of being outdoors, then at night retreat to the rear bedroom where you will find a slide out with a queen bed, two shirt closets, an overhead cabinet, and a large wardrobe for your hang up clothes, plus more!
Chassis: Ford E450
|Ext Width||8 ft 4 in|
|Ext Height||11 ft 3 in|
|Int Height||6 ft 11 in|
|Gross Weight||14500 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||40 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||35 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||35 gals|
|Furnace BTU||35000 btu|
|Number Of Bunks||1|
|Refrigerator Type||Double Door|
|Refrigerator Size||6 cu ft|
|LP Tank Capacity||42|
|Water Heater Capacity||6 gal|
|AC BTU||13500 btu|
|TV Info||Optional Kitchen TV, Optional Outside TV|
Gulf Stream, a leading manufacturer of a full range of RV products was founded and is still owned by the Shea family, originating in the small community of Nappanee, Indiana in 1971. Founder Jim Shea Sr. was inspired by the quintessentially entrepreneurial spirit of Elkhart County Indiana, and was particularly to the heritage of craftsmanship found in Nappanee, where ties to Amish and Mennonite traditions of handcrafted furnishings and homes were still strong.
Back then, the family operation consisted of manufactured housing (Fairmont Homes). Jim Shea built the operation from the ground up. He ran the show and his sons joined him learning the business through good old fashioned hands-on experience.
In 1983, the Shea’s established Gulf Stream Coach producing a top quality line of motor homes, travel trailers, and fifth wheel trailers. Gulf Stream’s first RV, the Foxfire travel trailer, benefited from techniques that had made their housing company successful. It allowed Gulf Stream Coach to put things in the Foxfire that weren’t seen in travel trailers.
The company continued to grow and in the 1990’s the three sons assumed the lead in day to day operations. The family patriarch and company founder was recognized for his career contributions to the recreational vehicle and manufactured housing industries by being named to the MH/RV Hall of Fame
Today, Gulf Stream Coach is the industry's leading family-owned, family-operated RV manufacturer, encompasses 22 brands with over 140 different models — all brought to you by the efforts of more than 1,500 dedicated associates. Over its history, the company has produced almost 300,000 recreation vehicles, contributing to the well-being and family fun of hundreds of thousands of people across the US and Canada.
It's common to find the Shea family at RV shows and campgrounds, enjoying Gulf Stream products, and interacting with customers, identifying features they consider important, bringing those ideas back to the Gulf Stream Coach team.
The family links run deep at Gulf Stream, among the skilled craftspeople who build the product, through the family-based management, on to family-based RV dealerships across the United States and Canada, and finally, to the families who buy and enjoy Gulf Stream Coach products.
In today's world where huge corporations work to satisfy stockholders and financiers, the people at Gulf Stream Coach are dedicated to make families - ours, dealers, and owners - happy and proud.