Workhorse passes 50,000 mark

Workhorse Custom Chassis produced its 50,000th chassis last week, three and a half years after the company acquired the rights to General Motors' entire P-Chassis production line for motor homes, buses and walk-in trucks. Workhorse officially purchased the GM product line in January 1999 and by the end of that February was producing chassis at its new 209,000-square-foot operation in Union City, IN.

Workhorse Custom Chassis produced its 50,000th chassis last week, three and a half years after the company acquired the rights to General Motors' entire P-Chassis production line for motor homes, buses and walk-in trucks.

Workhorse officially purchased the GM product line in January 1999 and by the end of that February was producing chassis at its new 209,000-square-foot operation in Union City, IN.

The company has also added to its product line, most recently with the R-Series for diesel-powered motor homes. Workhorse has also expanded its chassis line for commercial walk-in trucks, adding a new Cummins diesel engine option and a heavier 19,500-pound GVWR gasoline chassis.

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