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By: On: Friday July 29 2011

Galileo RV recently launched its all-new website. The new website showcases all aspects of the JMS Galileo concept, along with all available models including two 21’ travel trailers, and two new 29′ models, one with dual entry doors.

“The Galileo RS is immediately identified by the unique exterior styling,” says William Gibson, president of JMS. “Not only does it look great, the aerodynamics help improve towability, while improving fuel economy.”

On the new website, the customer can choose colors, fabrics and equipment to personalize the RV of their dreams.

By: On: Thursday May 13 2010

freedom-exteriorDesigner Robert Williams has a new caravan concept that he calls “ForFreedom.”

The ForFreedom Caravan features a spacious interior and an eco-friendly heating system powered by a solar panel on the rear of the unit. Sandwiched fiberglass walls feature closed cell insulation to keep the heat inside.

Perhaps the most notable feature of the ForFreedom Caravan is that it expands via a sliding chassis pivot on one side of the unit. You can check out the video below the jump for a demonstration, but outside of letting in the bugs we’re not sure what purpose this serves.

Finishing touches on the ForFreedom Caravan include modern furnishings, as well as a 30L electric over, 60L refrigerator, and a 50L water tank.




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