Coachmen Recreation Vehicle Co., Middlebury, Ind., makes it easy to load and unload recreation gear with opposing side ramps in the new 29-foot Freedom Ramp & Camp minimotorhome. “Most other toy haulers feature a rear drive on, and your customer has to often back off,” said Jon Gallagher, gas motorized product manager, during the product’s debut at the Louisville Trade Show. “Having the drive through concept is the huge feature.” With an MSRP of $67,500, Ramp & Camp is built on a 14,050-pound GVWR Ford E-450 Class C cutaway chassis. The garage doubles as a bedroom when the equipment is removed and a hinged double bed is lowered from the rear wall. A sealed door separates the living area from the garage when traveling, and a lightweight aluminum ramp stores beneath the garage and can be extended manually from either side of the coach. Standard features – there are no options – include an air compressor, Fan-tastic fan in the garage, a 74-inch sofa, deep kitchen sinks, remote-controlled exterior lighting, glass shower door and a large shower enclosure.