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    Scotty Hutto
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    Soo... You always wanted to know, what DO those letters stand for in your Monaco designation.  Here it is, straight from Monaco:

    Floor Plan Coding System:

    First Two Digits designate the approximate floor plan length.

    Following Letters Designate Construction Guidelines:

    Motorized Definitions:

    PBD - Private Bath Double
    PBDD - Private Bath Double Dinette
    PKDD - Private King Double Dinette
    PBS - Private Bath Single Slide
    SBD - Side Bath Double Slide
    WDD - Walk Through Bath Dinette/Sofa Slide
    PED - Private Entertainment Double
    PWD - Private Bath Wardrobe Double Slide
    DSFD - Double Slide Front Door
    DBBS - Divided Bath Bedroom Slide
    SBW - Split Bedroom Window
    DCDS - Double Closet Double Slide
    PBT - Private Bath Triple
    DBD - Double Bath Double
    PKD - Private King Double
    DSS - Double Sink Slide
    29W - Walk Through Bath
    DS - Double Slide
    DS2 - Double Slide Two
    RBS - Rear Bath Slide

    Trailer Definitions:

    RKS – Rear Kitchen Slide
    CKT – Center Kitchen Triple
    SKS – Side Kitchen Single
    SKD – Side Kitchen Double
    RLD – Rear Living Room Double
    SCD – Side Center Double
    RKD – Rear Kitchen Double
    SKT – Side Kitchen Triple
    FKS – Front Kitchen Single
    FKS – Front Kitchen Single
    CKS – Center Kitchen Single
    RLT – Rear Living Room Triple

    NOTE: There are occasional exceptions to the above guidelines.

    Beginning with the model year 2004, all Safari products were reclassified under the above listed guidelines. Units built prior to 2004 follow the below listed method of designation:

    First Two Numbers represent the approximate floor plan length.

    Third Number represents bath designation:

    1 - Center
    2 - Rear
    3 - Side Aisle
    4 - Walk Through
    5 - Private Center
    6 - Private Rear
    7 - Private Side
    8 - Private Walk Through
    9 - Bath and 1/2

    Fourth Number represents Floor Plan Callout and Entry Door Designation:

    1 – Deep Slide D/S – Front Door (dinette and chair)
    2 – Deep Slide D/S – Side Door (dinette and chair)
    3 – Deep Slide D/S – Front Door (dinette and sofa)
    4 – Deep Slide D/S – Side Door (dinette and sofa)
    5 – Galley Slide D/S – Front Door (galley and sofa)
    6 – Galley Slide D/S – Side Door (galley and sofa)
    7 – Galley Slide D/S – Front Door (galley and dinette)
    8 – Galley Slide D/S – Side Door (galley and dinette)

    Fifth Number denotes the Number of Slides:

    1 – Single
    2 – Double
    3 - Triple

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    Scotty, This is a very interesting list, but seem to be incomplete. I own a 2004 Monaco Camelot PST. 40 foot. It is a triple slide with the driver side having two slides. The deep slide is the the first slide on the drivers side. The bedroom slide is also on the driver side. No large window above the bed headboard but a large window/escape on the fixed side. The center section (no slide) has the shower and vanity with the toilet room on the other side (drivers side). The front passenger slide has the kitchen counter microwave cooktop and sink and a sofa just behind the passenger seat. Any ideas as to why this model is not listed?

    Dave Elsner 

    Reno, NV

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    I don’t!   This was pulled directly from a Monaco Motor Coach Tech Support document that I recently found.  Also of note, it doesn’t have my coach (40DST) listed.  But since it was from Monaco directly (and not hearsay), I thought it worth sharing. 

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    Our 2007 Executive had the following Model designation:

    44 Denali IIIR.  It had 3 slides, 2 in the rear, and 1 front, street side.  This model is in the Monaco 2006 Model sales brochure. We ordered the coach in3-2006 at the MI Rally, Monaco International,  at Lancaster, Ca. Took delivery on 6-30-2006. It was titled as a 2007.

    20007 Exec Exterior 009.JPG

    20007 Exec Exterior 001.JPG

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    @Scotty and Paul, Dynasty and Signature coaches had names and not number designations from the early 2000s if not before.  Then in mid decade, when various models had 2, 3 or 4 slides on the books, a roman numeral was added to designate the number of slides.  In '04, for example, Dynastys had a Bishop II, II or IV depending on # of slides; likewise for Platinum and Diamond models, but there was only a Countess III.  Executives kept letter designations through '05; then went to names in '06.  In '05 or '06, they added "R" and "F" designations, as the Ranier IIIR and Ranier IIIF had the curbside slides in rear or front respectively.  Paul's '06 Denali only came in the IIIR variation, at least, on the books.  I do recall seeing many of these back in the day, in the 2000's when M.I. rallies had a few dozen show coaches.

    Did I memorize all this?  Heck no! I looked up some Monaco brochurePDF's on my computer. 🙂  ...  just wasting some time before I go outside to putter on the coach.  Always something to do; thanks to you guys for helping me figure out how to do it.  

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    This gets complicated!  Several coaches (Diplomat, Camelot, Windsors over several years), such as my  ‘05 Windsor, have the PDQ floor plan.  The last digit “Q” is for quad/4 slides.  I’ve always assumed the P was private bath & D was dinette. 

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    19 hours ago, rpasetto said:

    @Scotty and Paul, Dynasty and Signature coaches had names and not number designations from the early 2000s if not before.  Then in mid decade, when various models had 2, 3 or 4 slides on the books, a roman numeral was added to designate the number of slides.  In '04, for example, Dynastys had a Bishop II, II or IV depending on # of slides; likewise for Platinum and Diamond models, but there was only a Countess III.  Executives kept letter designations through '05; then went to names in '06.  In '05 or '06, they added "R" and "F" designations, as the Ranier IIIR and Ranier IIIF had the curbside slides in rear or front respectively.  Paul's '06 Denali only came in the IIIR variation, at least, on the books.  I do recall seeing many of these back in the day, in the 2000's when M.I. rallies had a few dozen show coaches.

    Did I memorize all this?  Heck no! I looked up some Monaco brochurePDF's on my computer. 🙂  ...  just wasting some time before I go outside to putter on the coach.  Always something to do; thanks to you guys for helping me figure out how to do it.  

    Our Executive was a 2007. It had the awning casings on the roof as that feature gravitated from the 2006 Signature to the Executive in the 2007 Model. That's why we ordered the 2007 Executive. Back then Monaco also let you select certain standard features that were on the Signature as an available option on the Executive. You literally could build a Signature as an Executive and save big $$$.

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    49 minutes ago, Paul A. said:

    Our Executive was a 2007. It had the awning casings on the roof as that feature gravitated from the 2006 Signature to the Executive in the 2007 Model. That's why we ordered the 2007 Executive. Back then Monaco also let you select certain standard features that were on the Signature as an available option on the Executive. You literally could build a Signature as an Executive and save big $$$.

    My mistake,  I looked at the picture and saw that you have the triple slide with 2 in the rear, which was the '06 standard.  missed that you said it was an '07 special order.  I missed the awning up top in the picture too.  I should have known... guess I'm getting old.   I think the Denali in '07 was 'standard' as a quad slide.  But back in the day almost any variation was possible on a special order,  including building quad slide coaches as triple or doubles.  I remember the order "desk"  in the Monaco tent at the MI rallies so customers could pick and choose...

     

     

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