1987 Rockwood Motorhome Prices and Specs

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MOTORHOMES - No longer in production after 1995. 1994 information not available.
(Model years 2017 - 1974)

Motorhomes

Length
Coach
Design
Floor
Plan
Self
Cont.
Slides
M-2402 24' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Rear Bathroom Yes
M-2408 24' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Double Beds Yes
M-2604 26' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Front Kitchen Yes
M-2608 26' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Double Beds Yes
M-2703 27' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Center Bathroom Yes
M-2706, 2708 27' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Front Kitchen Yes
M-280 28' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-2906 29' Mini Motor Home (Class C) Center Bathroom Yes
M-300, 301 30' Motor Home (Class A) Rear Bathroom Yes
M-320, 321 32' Motor Home (Class A) Double Beds Yes
M-340, 341 34' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-350, 351 XL 35' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-350, 351 XR 35' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-360 36' Motor Home (Class A) Queen Bed Yes
M-370, 371 XR 37' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
M-400, 401, 402 XR 40' Motor Home (Class A) Center Bathroom Yes
Founded in 1972 as a family recreation manufacturer by Arthur E. Chapman, Rockwood was first involved in building camping and travel trailers. Rockwood moved into Class A and later Class C motorhomes as the recreational vehicle maker became diverse in product offerings. Passed through several ownership structures, Rockwood was eventually acquired by Forest River recreational product group that discontinued motorhome construction. Maintained as a brand name, Rockwood is now manufacturing camping, fifth wheel and travel trailers.