We went to this show a few years ago and it was fun. However, since then I’m sad to say that there are absolutely no innovations in this sector.
In fact most of these fiberglass, fiber board and plastic boxes appear to be thrown together from across the street. The quality of work is simply terrible in anything other than the super high end motor coaches. Speaking of which for $200k plus I’d also want something other than a coffin looking interior clad in fiberglass!
Really, let’s lose the faux wood. There is lots of room for improvement and lot of room to up the quality of product. Most disappointing was the lack of Airstream campers. I think I’ll miss the next twenty or so years of shows, perhaps by then things will be better.
Now, how do I get back the $80 we spent on parking, admission and a few snacks!
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So true. My parents just bought one last year and paid over 200K and I am pretty sure my brothers and I could have done better.