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  • Dodge M-series chassis


    The Dodge M-series chassis were a line of heavy-duty frames used under various Class A motorhomes from 1968 to 1979. All M-series chassis used a solid front axle with leaf springs, and Dana 60 or 70 solid rear axles with leaf springs. Frames were used by Winnebago, Champion, Apollo MotorHomes and several other RV manufacturers. The line was offered in four ratings, M-300, M-400, M-500, and M-600 depending on the application. The M600 was offered with the Rockwell F-130-NX rear axle, with a 4.88:1 gear ratio. By 1979, Chrysler Corporation no longer sold incomplete chassis and ended production of the M series. The M series was available with three engines during its production: The 318 polysphere Chrysler A engine, the 413 cid, and the 440 cid Chrysler RB engine.

  • Monaco Coach Corporation


    Monaco is a recreational vehicle (RV) brand, manufactured in Decatur, Indiana, and wholly owned by REV Recreation Group. Monaco holds an iconic portfolio of popular Class A Diesel motorhomes, including Diplomat and Dynasty. Monaco is led by Monaco President, Mike Snell, and Allied Recreation Group President, Jim Jacobs. REV Recreation Group is a subsidiary of REV Group.Allied Recreation Group was established in 2013 following the acquisition of Monaco and Holiday Rambler. Allied Recreation Group is one of the leading manufacturers of Class A Gas, Class A Diesel, and Class C Gas products for Fleetwood RV, American Coach, Holiday Rambler, Monaco, and Trek. The company maintains significant manufacturing operations, including a Service Center in Decatur, Indiana, and Coburg, Oregon; and a Parts Store. The name was changed to REV Group in 2015. Monaco Coach continues as a division of REV.

  • The Phoenix Incident


    The Phoenix Incident is a 2015 American science fiction and conspiracy thriller film written and directed by first time director Keith Arem, and starring Yuri Lowenthal, Troy Baker, Liam O'Brien, Michael Adamthwaite, Jamie Tisdale and Brian Bloom. Presented as a documentary found footage film "based on real events", it is set in the present day and focuses upon an alleged conspiracy behind the Phoenix lights, a mass UFO sighting which occurred in Phoenix, Arizona, and Sonora, Mexico on Thursday, March 13, 1997. On that date, lights of varying descriptions were reported by thousands of people between 19:30 and 22:30 MST, in a space of about 300 miles (480 km), from the Nevada state line, through Phoenix, to the border of Tucson. The film focuses on the main events in and around Phoenix during this time.

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