A company in the early stages with plans to make vintage-style RVs has located in Benton Harbor, Mich.
Paradise Coast RVs owner Ted Simpson told WSJM Radio, Benton Harbor/St. Joseph, that he’s going for a niche market, making travel trailers that will look just like the ones some of us might remember from the 1940s and ’50s, but with the safety and comfort features of today.
His company has a facility on Water Street in Benton Harbor, although there are no immediate plans to hire many workers. Simpson says that he picked this area for several reasons: Click here to listen to a short interview with Simpson.
Simpson hopes to hire plenty of employees, as soon as the business takes off. He’s received some interest from dealers, and will start working on a prototype next month.