After only seven full months of production, Middlebury, Ind.-based Shasta RV reached a major milestone Wednesday (Aug. 3) as its 1,000th Revere travel trailer rolled down the production line.
“It’s really a testament to the quality of the product,” noted Shasta President Brad Whitehead. “It’s a solid, feature-rich unit — and dealers have been extremely responsive.” The conventional stick-and-tin trailer is available in lengths from 21 to 32 feet, and offers consumers a choice of 17 floorplans.
Forest River Inc., Elkhart, Ind., acquired the iconic Shasta brand when it purchased Coachmen Industries RV Group in 2008. It resurrected the out-of-production nameplate last August, and Shasta began full production in January.
In addition to the Revere, Shasta also builds the Freeport, a fiberglass-laminated lightweight travel trailer, and Class C minimotorhomes under the Cynara brand.