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What RV Manufacturers Are Out Of Business?
by Bill Winters
(San Diego, Ca.)
Hi, my wife and I are looking at used motorhomes. Most of the motorhomes we have looked at are 2 or 3 years old. Our concern is that we don't want to buy a motorhome that was made by a company that is no longer in business. because we won't be able to get parts and service.
I have looked for a list of RV Manufacturers that have gone out of business recently, but I cannot find one. Can you help?
As you know the last few years have been rough for the RV Industry, the economy, volatile fuel prices, etc. have taken their toll.
Below is a list of RV Manufacturers that have gone out of business in the last couple of years.
Alfa Leisure Ameri- Camp Bigfoot Bluebird Wanderlodge Carriage RV Inc. Chinook Country Coach Dolphin Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc (Manufactured trailers under the Coleman Brand Name) Glendale International Corp. (Glendale RV in Canada) Heritage One RV Inc. Hi-Lo Trailer Co. King of the Road National RV Pilgrim International Sun Valley Inc. Sunline Coach Teton Homes Timberland Rv Trail Wagons TravelSupreme Weekend Warrior Western RV Inc
This year is predicted to be just as tough or tougher on the RV Industry than was 2008. There are several more RV Manufacturers that have stopped production temporarily, laid off hundreds of employees, sold off their RV divisions and even a few more that could possibly file for bankruptcy in the next few months.
If we have missed any manufacturers that have gone out of business, I am sure that our visitors will keep this list up to date by commenting on this article.
Good luck on your RV search and Happy RVing
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