Newmar King Aire designs their most extravagant coach ever, while Forks RV builds a 43-foot-long custom trailer. Colorado engineer, and the Founder of EarthRoamer, Bill Swails, creates the first self-sufficient, off-road expedition vehicle.
The first stop on our tour is Texas to watch Foretravel Motorcoach build a custom motorhome. Next up, we head to Indiana to see American Coach's construction of a first-class party-mobile. Then finally, we hit Florida to witness the restoration of a 1957 Airfloat "Landyacht."
Journey to Bristol, IN, to see how Renegade builds a custom IKON RV. Then head across the state to see Entegra Coach in Middlebury, where high-end RVs are produced en masse. Finally, travel down to a small town in Missouri for the construction of a Global Expedition Vehicle.
Take a trip to Featherlite Coaches in Virginia to see what goes into making a $2 million RV; go behind the scenes in Indiana for the making of an epic toy hauler with a garage and tailgate patio; and check out the blinged-out, customized trailer for a rodeo star, his family and 4 horses.
A trip to Germany's Volkner Mobil for the Mobil Performance RV - it holds a Mini Cooper inside, to Oregon's Marathon Coach for an epic RV/ trailer combo, and to California's Hofmann Architecture for an updated vintage Airstream.
Cross the Atlantic to Dettenheim, Germany, to go behind the scenes in Unicat's plant to watch the construction of the TerraCross-59; head to Timeless Travel Trailers in Wheat Ridge, CO, to see how they breathe new life into vintage trailers; and finally, travel to Bespoke Trailers in California to see how customers design their own Sprinter vans.
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