Common questions

Is Born Free still in business?

Is Born Free still in business?

The Born Free RV line was created by Dodgen Industries back in the late 60’s. The company was founded in the 40’s to make farm equipment. Since the 70’s RV’s are all they have made at this Humboldt plant.

Who bought Born Free RV?

HBF Investments
HBF Investments, an Iowa-based investment firm, purchased Dodgen Industries, the company that owns and produces Born Free, a manufacturer of Class C motorhomes and commercial units, according to Brandon Dodgen.

When did Born Free RV go out of business?

Born Free Motorcoach They had a good long run, building their solid and desirable Class C motorhomes until 2015. Born Free RVs were custom built to order and were known for their high-quality materials, including wood cabinetry.

Is born free a good RV?

It’s been a pleasure to drive, it’s one of the best built RVs ever. I would recommend a Born Free motor home to someone new to RVs and to someone looking to downsize. Born Free means lasting quality and with such a great following it will always be a good investment.

Where is born free RV made?

Humboldt, Iowa
For more than 45 years, Born Free Motorcoach, of Humboldt, Iowa, carved a niche in the recreation vehicle industry with its high-quality Type C Born Free motorhomes.

Who makes Phoenix Cruiser RV?

Phoenix USA RV
2021 Phoenix USA RV PHOENIX CRUISER 2400-4WD.

How much is a Phoenix TRX?

Factory outlet price is $114,231. Diesel $118,223. For more information, contact Barry Hyser at [email protected] or find a unit near you through Campers Inn.

What happened to the Winnebago ekko 24C?

It’s been available for order since last fall, but customer orders have now been canceled, and a representative from Winnebago confirms that the 24C will not be manufactured, saying that the prototype didn’t meet expectations: “We build out prototypes to prove out designs, features, and functions which is when we …

Who owns Phoenix RV?

Kermit Fisher
Kermit Fisher, Phoenix USA founder and president, alongside 24-foot fiberglass-and-aluminum coach built on a Sprinter platform.

Does the Winnebago ekko sleep 4?

The Winnebago EKKO is a Class C RV built on the Ford AWD Transit Chassis and combines the efficiency of a camper van with the added capacity of a Class C RV coupled with the enhanced capability of AWD. The Winnebago EKKO is available in the 22A floorplan that sleeps up to 4 people with the pop-top option.