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  • Blue Bird Wanderlodge


    Wanderlodge is a high end brand of Class A motorhome recreational vehicle that was built by the Blue Bird Body Company (now Blue Bird Corporation) in Fort Valley, Georgia, from about 1963 until 2009. Production started with a gasoline-powered forward control (front engine) model and expanded to include larger diesel engine powered pusher (rear engine) models up to in length. They remain highly prized by their owners and have an extensive service network. For many years, the Wanderlodge was in a separate class of motorhomes alongside brands like Prevost and Newell. Until the latter years of its production run, Blue Bird priced many examples comparably to a medium-sized American home. Features of the Wanderlodge that were unique when introduced included a built-in safe, redundant heating and hot water systems that used electricity, engine heat or diesel, and fuel tanks offering a driving range in excess of . Through its production run, examples of the Wanderlodge were sold around the world to celebrities, dignitaries, and heads of state. Notable owners include former President Jimmy Carter, country music superstar Johnny Cash, and King Hussein of Jordan, among others.

  • Winnebago Industries


    Winnebago Industries, Inc. is an American manufacturer of motor homes, a type of recreational vehicle (RV), in the United States. It is based in Forest City, Iowa. On June 4, 2018, the company expanded into motorboat manufacturing with the acquisition of Chris-Craft.

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