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Millions of Americans hit the road in their recreational vehicles each year, but these days it's not all about family bonding time. The series "Extreme RVs," takes viewers inside incredible megamansions on wheels. With unbelievable amenities and designs, these vehicles put most homes to shame. In each episode, the teams from three shops put it all on the line through each cut of metal, every bolt they turn, and every gallon of paint they spray to perfect the caravans. With custom-themed designs and luxurious interiors, the builders must keep on budget and finish on time.

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RV's explore it all from Wall Street to a secret location in Idaho.
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Opulent RV's, a retro camper and a rugged race rig-custom RV's built for travel.
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Extreme luxury, off-road durability and vintage styling all ready for the road.
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One of the greenest RVs on the planet; 5th wheel technology; the toughest Unimog in all of Colorado; a 2.4 million dollar Miami chic style.
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RV icon Winnebago Industries; NASA Astrovans; tour bus of Willie Nelson.
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A 2 million dollar tour bus; fully customized toy hauler; personally designed sprinter.
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A Unicat expedition vehicle; a vintage Airstream motor home becomes a hot rod; a Mercedes Sprinter made into a luxury van.
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The Mobil Performance RV; Oregon's Marathon Coach; an updated vintage Airstream.
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An insane $2,000,000 RV in Virginia; an epic toy hauler with garage and tailgate patio; a trailer for a rodeo star.
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A coach custom built on a Freightliner truck chassis; Entegra coach; Pangea, the survival vehicle.
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A 1.2 million-dollar custom motor home; a first-class party-mobile; a 1958 Airfloat.
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Newmar, the luxury RV builder; a 43 foot long custom trailer; EarthRoamer, the off-road expedition vehicle.
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ShowHauler creates a cross-country castle fit for a drag racer's family; Bespoke Coachworks transforms a Sprinter van into a custom-cruiser for Birdman;Terry and Hardy Evans handcraft a homemade, one of a kind Wayzless wooden trailer.
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Seven-figure palace on wheels; restoring a Spartan Manor to perfection; Bill Rex's slide-out creates a unique RV.
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The Hemphill brothers create a mobile mansion for The Band Perry, transform a 1961 Flxible bus into an RV, and turn three Airstreams into treasures.
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The best of the band buses with Hemphill Brothers.
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The finest Featherlite Vantare coach made, a vehicle that will go anywhere in style and a '47 Westwood brought back to life.
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A look at Simon Cowell's two-story RV, a two-bedroom rig from Showhauler and a trailer of the future called the Cricket.

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