Krystal Koach RVs were first manufactured by Krystal Infinity, LLC.,. Ed Gerch began the company in 1983 and had been going strong with a solid of employees, many whom had been with the company since its inception. They had originally specialized in stretch limousines and specialty luxury vehicles. In 2008, they added Krystal Koach luxury recreational vehicles that changed the RV world. Sadly, the company was forced to file a Chapter 11 Bankruptcy in the State of California in 2012. At that time, Thor Industries purchased Krystal Infinity to save the line of recreational vehicles and expand their own portfolio of acquisitions. The story does not end there! In 2013, Allied Special Vehicles purchased Krystal Infinity from Thor Industries and has been faithful in upholding the level of luxury that is expected of a Krystal Koach. In 2015, Allied Special Vehicles announced that it would be changing its corporate name to Rev Group, Inc. Since then, the company has gained value and is now worth around $2 Billion.
While luxury is the aim of Rev Group Inc, they have also joined the many manufacturers who look for ways to stay sustainable and review the impact they have on the environment, society, and stay active within the community. When you work with Rev Group Inc, you are working with a large corporation with small-town ideologies that work across the US.
When Allied Special Vehicles were in the process of changing the corporate name, they manufactured their last line of Krystal Koach RVs for the year 2014.