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  • List of recreational vehicle manufacturers

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    This is a non-exhaustive list of recreational vehicle manufacturers. + Manufacturer Image LocationClass A Class B Class C Truck camper Caravan (travel trailer) Static caravan 5th wheel Popup / hybrid Other Notes 100px 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries. Provides trailers to the US Government 100px 100px Defunct 100px Defunct Defunct. Formed by Sam Alper. After becoming defunct, assets sold to Cosalt| 100px Subsidiary of Trigano 100px 100px No longer manufacturing. Bought most of the assets/brands of collapsed Caravans International. Sold touring caravan assets to Swift Leisure, later spinning-out static caravan assets via MBO 100px Defunct 100px Subsidiary of Hymer Part of Elddis, subsidiary of Hymer. 100px 100px Merged into Allied Specialty Vehicles in 2010. Part of REV Group. A Berkshire Hathaway company. 100px 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries Defunct 100px Part of REV Group. 100px 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries. Subsidiary of Thor Industries. 100px 100px Products produced under the Dormobile brand 100px 100px 100px Part of REV Group. 100px 100px 100px A division of Forest River, Inc. 100px Purchased former assets of Cosalt 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries. The number one retail selling motorhome brand in North America, January 1, 10 through December 31, 2011. Formerly Damon Motor Coach and Four Winds International 100px 100px 100px Subsidiary of Thor Industries. Builds only diesel pushers in the United States and Canada 100px 100px 100px Defunct 100px Defunct. Now a brand of the Volkswagen Group 100px

  • REV Group

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    REV Group (formerly Allied Specialty Vehicles) is an American manufacturer of specialty vehicles the in Fire & Emergency, Recreational Vehicles, and Bus & Industrial sectors. It was formed in 2010 by American Industrial Partners' merging of four companies: Collins Industries (buses and ambulances), E-One (firetrucks), Halcore Group and Fleetwood Enterprises (RVs). The company has yearly revenue of over $1 billion. The company is led by Timothy Sullivan, CEO, formerly of Bucyrus International. Allied Specialty Vehicles changed its name to REV Group on November 1st, 2015.

  • Travco

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    1968 Travco Motorhome The Travco motorhome was an aerodynamic Class A Recreational Vehicle built on a Dodge motorhome chassis from 1965 until the late 1980s. The Travco design originally emerged as a 1961 model called the "Dodge Frank Motor Home" and marketed with the assistance of the Chrysler Corporation, which was the maker of its chassis. One hundred thirty one were produced the first year, with an average price tag of $9000. The Travco/Dodge Motor Home design and fiberglass body were refinements by Ray Frank to the original Frank Motor Home, a conventional box-type design based on the Dodge chassis and built in Brown City, Michigan from 1958 to 1962. Ray Frank, founder of Frank Industries, also made up the name "motorhome" and went on to develop Xplorer Motorhomes. Frank has been inducted into the RV/MH Hall of Fame & Museum (RV/MH Heritage Foundation, Elkhart Indiana) as the father of the motorhome. Travco enjoyed a large market share of the budding motorhome market. Its success played a part in the demise of more established makes such as the Corvair-powered UltraVan, and opened the market to lower-cost makes such as Winnebago.

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