I knew my coach was old when I bought it…. and unique. I am beginning to think I own Pegasus #1. Here’s why:
- Body is 1984
- equipped with custom logo’d gauges in load center. They have the Pegasus logo printed on them from the factory in the same ink and finish. They are date stamped on the back Jan 1985.
- Custom Logo’d VDO running gauges as well. This is typically done by the factory. It’s possible to do after market, but it requires disassembly and reassembly and recalibration… which often costs more than the gauge.
- It appears to have been wired for a hot tub at one point. There is a breaker labeled this, but behind the breaker there is some hand written wire markers that are the same style as the rest of the wire labeling. I’m thinking it was something portable/inflatable that tethered to a bay. No trace of it these days.
The hot tub is interesting…. I thought it was a recycled panel/joke initially… but I think it was real.
There is also a circuit for an ice maker and liquor dispenser…. No sign of either device today. There are also circuits for front, center, and rear air as well as front, center, and rear roof air. 3 AC’s is really plush…. 6 would be crazy. My guess is that the coach was refit with roof airs at some point. They are all Coleman roof air units. They all work well.