Screen Shot 2015-03-05 at 11.30.26 AMCrossRoads RV recently reintroduced the legendary Carriage and Cameo fifth-wheel brands, both of which had been shelved since the 2011 demise of Millersburg, Ind.-based Carriage Inc. CrossRoads’ parent, Thor Industries Inc., purchased the brands in 2012. The Carriage fills a top-of-the-line void for CrossRoads. Along with contemporary residential cabinetry and woodwork, the new Carriage, with three front master-suite floorplans in lengths ranging from 35 to 41 feet, features full-body-painted exteriors, a complete two-year residential warranty, along with “smart” electronics enabling owners to control most every function possible with a Tablet. All floorplans are four-slideout models and feature “residential” kitchens with a master chef’s pantry and 20-cubic-foot refrigerator, cedar-lined closets and energy-saving LED applications — including the 55-inch LED TV in the main quarters and a 39-inch unit in the bedroom.“We think that name alone speaks to a high-end luxury, residential type, fifth-wheel,” stated CrossRoads President Andy Cripe. “We expect to go directly toward people who are on the fence between a motorhome and a towable.”