LocationColorado Springs, CO
1426 Selix Grove
Colorado Springs, CO 80915
New 2021 Chinook RPM 21FKLENEW!!!
Chinook RPM toy hauler 21FKLE highlights:
- Happijac Bunk
- Ramp Door
- Full Bathroom
- Convection Microwave
This RPM toy hauler is the perfect couple's trailer with space for additional guests. The Happijac bunk with dual sofas in the garage will allow you to sleep four people each night. You'll be pleased to find kitchen amenities and a private toilet and neo-angled shower in the full bathroom that allows you to clean up without having to use the camp's facilities. This unit includes 16' of storage space for your four wheeler or dirt bikes. Get ready for a fun weekend in this toy hauler!
With every RPM toy hauler by Chinook, you'll find a raised roofline in the garage for taller vehicles to fit in and diamond plate metal to protect the side walls from your toys, as well as a diamond plate rubber floor mat to protect your floors. These models feature a double-door refrigerator, a stainless steel convection microwave, and a high-rise chef's kitchen faucet to store and cook food just like you do at home. The bath includes a rounded glass shower and an adjustable shower bar, as well as a porcelain toilet. The solid-wood drawers with ball bearing glides, thermo-wrapped countertops, and custom window treatments give these toy haulers a touch of home you are sure to appreciate.
Joe Parisi is Amazing!I have been in sales for many years. Joe is an amazing example of what a GREAT customer-oriented sales person should be. He is efficient, honest and no BS. I wish he had been my mentor when I was younger.
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- Tim from Thousand Oaks, CA
|Length||24 ft 8 in|
|Ext Width||8 ft 4 in|
|Ext Height||12 ft 4 in|
|Gross Weight||10160 lbs|
|Fresh Water Capacity||55 gals|
|Grey Water Capacity||40 gals|
|Black Water Capacity||35 gals|
|Furnace BTU||30000 btu|
|Number Of Bunks||1|
|Refrigerator Type||Double Door|
|Number of Awnings||1|
|Axle Weight||5200 lbs|
|Garage Size||16 ft|
|LP Tank Capacity||30 lbs|
|Water Heater Capacity||6 gal|
|Water Heater Type||DSI|
|Awning Info||Power with LED Lights|
|Number of LP Tanks||2|
|Electrical Service||30 amp|
Chinook had been one of the top names in motorhomes since its debut as Mair & Son, Inc. back in 1938. However, it was not until the early 1950s that mass produced motorhomes started hitting the road, only proving that Chinook RV has consistently been an innovative leader in the motorhome industry, which stayed true throughout the years. With the incorporation of fiberglass, Chinook was able to be one of the first companies to create a sleek and aerodynamic design; making Chinook one of the most sought after brands.
Due to Chinook’s early success, they began to further their use of fiberglass throughout the overall construction process. In 1971, the first one-piece all fiberglass shell had been successfully developed and this sleek body style revolutionized the entire RV industry and had customers trading in their boxy, gas guzzlers for the beautiful aerodynamic design.
Chinook’s unparalleled innovation set a tone in the market as the best brand in the nation for decades. However, no one stays at the top forever. The Great Recession in America hit hard and Chinook RV was forced to end production in 2005. By the following year, the doors were officially closed.
In a phone conversation in February 2011 with Chinook’s then owner Gary Lukehart, he stated the original manufacturing jigs and equipment were being kept in storage on his ranch in Yakima, “until a time when the economy may improve and someone may decide to make an investment to bring Chinook back.” Luckily, his patience paid off when he received a call from a man in Las Vegas. The online community of Chinook owners felt the ground shake as news broke that the rebirth of the brand was in progress. Phil Rizzio, the owner of several large U.S. dealerships, purchased most everything from Lukehart and took over the process of resurrecting the brand in 2013. After three years of hard work and dedication, the Chinook RV legacy was reborn.