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How they are built: The Coachmen Galleria Class B campervan

We continue our video series visiting various RV manufacturing facilities around North America by traveling to Middlebury, Indiana near Elkhart to see how the new Coachmen Galleria Class B RVs are built.

We visited on the coldest day Northern Indiana has experienced in decades, a day so cold that the factory – and almost all businesses and schools in the area – were shut down.

Galleria Product Manager Nick Recchio and Plant Manager John Frey showed up, however, and showed Jennifer and me around and what makes the Galleria such a popular campervan.

3 Responses to “How they are built: The Coachmen Galleria Class B campervan”

February 08, 2019at1:08 pm, Shannon Taylor said:

We have dealt with Forest River and they have been incredible to deal with issues!

February 07, 2019at12:03 pm, Judy Kilhefner said:

Did they mention when they started using that foil looking insulation? Just wondering what year models would have it.

February 07, 2019at11:06 am, Mary Jane Curry said:

Enjoyed the tour and thorough explanation of the how and why of the Coachman sprinter built out! I agree with Jennifer the cabinets are a work of art and I love the handles. How is the success with the cabinets latching? Would be good to see a comparison of the shower/toilets perhaps side by side in the various manufacturers you have compared. Mary Jane Curry

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