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How They Build The Winnebago Grand Tour Motorhome Is Pretty Neat [VIDEO]

The Winnebago Grand Tour motorhome is built on a 200 acre manufacturing facility in Forest City, Iowa.

It’s the largest – and most expensive – Winnebago model.

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Built on a 42 foot long Freightliner chassis, the Winnebago Grand Tour has more cubic feet of storage space than any of its competitors.

Take an inside look at how the Grand Tour is made.



It’s interesting to get an insider’s look into how these large motorhomes are built. Even with all those machines, the tiles are still laid by hand!

See also: I Laughed So Hard I Almost Died. What This Winnebago Salesman Says Is Off the Charts.

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