Vogue Motorhome History
Vogue was started in 1974 in Los Angeles, CA. by a former Winnebago dealer named
Andy Alburn. At some point, Vogue was sold and manufacturing was moved to Oklahoma.
The Vogue line was later acquired by Harvey Mitchell (Mitchell Motor Coach Manufacturing Company, Inc.)
in 1990 and later sold to Featherlite Coach in 1998.
The Vogue units produced during Mitchell's ownership (1990-1998) are some of the
most sought after and referred to as "Mitchell-Vogues." According to a former employee, the build numbers on the Mitchell built coaches began
with number 101 in 1990. During the Mitchell era, Vogue built roughly 23-35 per year depending on how detailed the coaches were they were building.
Vogue coaches were built on the following chassis:
Chevrolet (Gas, Chevy 454 engine, P-30)
John Deere (Gas, Ford 460 engine)
Crown Bus chassis
Mitchell Motor Coach started converting Prevost bus chassis under the Vogue brand starting
in 1993 and ending in 1996.
Featherlite Vogue 38, 40, and 45' units were only produced in 1999. These units were built on
a custom chassis at the Pryor, Oklahoma plant.
History by Model
Vogue II - built from 1982 through 1987
Cosmopolitan - built from 1985 to 1987
Vogue III - built in 1988 and 1989
Prima Vista wide body - built for 1989 through 1996.
Vogue V - built from 1996 through 1999
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