Mega RV Countdown: Best of Sturgis RVs Pictures
From a jaw-dropping 2.3 million-dollar land yacht to a monstrous 44-foot double stacker trailer, we're counting down the most luxurious, tricked-out and over-the-top RVs at Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
Check out the exterior of the Luxe Lady, Denise Kline's 2.3 million-dollar 2014 Liberty Prevost Elegant Lady with matching trailer.
The master bedroom inside the Luxe Lady contains a king-size bed and a 32-inch TV, making it the perfect place to recharge your batteries.
Two slide-outs swell the living space to 420 square feet, with all designer leather and residential appliances.
Owned by Travis and Libby Wells, the Flamethrower sets the party tone with its $40,000 custom exterior paint job by artist Dean Loucks.
Inviting guests over to spend the night? No problem! The Flamethrower sleeps 8 people comfortably.
Inside the Flamethrower, a sliding wall closes off the cab, and the cab illuminates with depth-illusion disco lights.
Retreat inside John Wills' newly renovated 2008 Country Coach Magna, and recharge in million-dollar comfort.
The Iron Man, Mark Spector's customized 2007 Beaver Marquis, features special interior touches that include heated marble and granite floors, maple burl cabinets and hidden storage behind the TV.
The Vista Grande, owned by the Eccard family, has 344 feet of living space, plus a 12-foot garage that converts into additional living space! The interior is big and roomy, with 3 slide-outs and 8-foot ceilings.
Owned by Shane Guirdy, the Mac Daddy is a customized 2014 Millennium Prevost.
The Mac Daddy contains 3 slide-outs with over 350 square feet of luxurious living space that features 7 flat screens, 2 satellite systems and an interior designed by Shane, himself.
Shane's son Ashton Guirdy is the proud owner of the Graduate, a 2009 Millennium Prevost that takes up over 300 square feet. The Graduate features hand-blown glass tile, a built-in computer that rises out of the kitchen floor and one of the most unique guest rooms ever: an underbelly bunker that can be accessed from exterior bay doors or a ladder from the living room.