Relying on decades of industry experience, Duncan RV Repair technicians perform specialized and routine service on motorhomes and other recreation vehicles.
By Mark Quasius, F333630
Elkhart, Indiana-based Duncan RV Repair specializes in creating a fresh look for motorhomes and other recreation vehicles — an alternative to purchasing a new RV. The company has experienced phenomenal growth since its launch 10 years ago.
The roots of Duncan RV Repair have twisted and turned through the RV industry for several decades. Ron Duncan began his RV career in 1967 when he went to work at the Swinger motorhome factory in Elkhart. In 1970 he became part owner of Sprinter RV, a fifth-wheel manufacturer that eventually expanded into building motorhomes. In 1984, when Sprinter was sold to Mallard Coach, Ron started Sunland RV, a manufacturer of micro-mini motorhomes built on Toyota chassis. Ron also manufactured Starchase Traveler motorhomes for the 1989 and 1990 model years.