Thor Motor Coach

BACKGROUND

Thor Industries, Inc. is an American manufacturer of recreational vehicles (RVs). The company sells towable and motorized RVs through its subsidiaries brands including Airstream, Heartland RV, Jayco, Livin Lite RV, and others. The company's headquarters is in Elkhart, Indiana. It has manufacturing facilities in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Idaho, and Oregon.

HISTORY

Thor Industries, Inc. was founded on August 29, 1980, when Wade F. B. Thompson and Peter Busch Orthwein acquired Airstream from Beatrice Foods. 1982-Thor purchased the Canadian company, General Coach, which manufactures travel trailers and motorhomes. Also part of this acquisition was Thor America, which manufactures Citation and Chateau travel trailers and fifth wheels. 1991-Acquisition of Dutchmen, a brand of fifth wheel and conventional travel trailers.1992-Four Winds International, manufacturer of class A and C motorhomes acquired. 2010, September-Thor Industries' subsidiaries Damon Motor Coach and Four Winds International merged to form Thor Motor Coach. 2016-Purchased Jayco, Inc for $576 million.

CLASS A DIESEL CLASS A- GAS CLASS B
- Palazzo- A.C.E - Miramar- Sequence
- Tuscany- Hurricane - Challenger
- Venetian- Windsport
CLASS C- DIESEL GAS CLASS C- GAS
- Omni Super C- Chateau
- Magnitude Super C- Four Winds
- Quantum