People have been looking for comfortable ways to move ever since the invention of the automobile. “Motorhomes” are very well-liked in America, but also outside of America. The article’s protagonist, however, is a premium product that dates back to the 1990s. It blends the elegance of a limo with the style of a supercar.
Its name, MSV 1120, which stands for Mauck Special Vehicles, is a simple one despite the interior and exterior being extremely intriguing. This is the name of a business that specialized in producing high-end motorhomes. This enjoyment wasn’t cheap; between 1996 and 1999, about 100 of these MSV 1120s, which cost $20,000 each, were constructed.
The front doors are hinged, as in certain supercars, and the composite body is aerodynamically designed. Since the motorhome was 7.6 meters long, it was not surprising that there was adequate room inside for everyone. Leather sofas, a Kenwood music system, satellite TV, a mini-bar, and a driver communication system are all included in the living room’s amenities.
Technically, it was a combination of several components from vintage American automobiles. The RV is powered by a 7.4-liter Chevrolet V8 gasoline engine; a 5.9-liter six-cylinder Cummins diesel engine was also available. The headlights, taillights, suspension, and brakes all came from GM pickup trucks, while the fog lights, taillights, and rearview mirrors were from Jeep Grand Cherokees.
It was shockingly small and extremely fashionable, like a private airplane on wheels. Outside of the United States, it is challenging and practically impossible to find a secondhand Mauck MSV 1120, but occasionally one will appear for sale with a price tag of $30,000.