They say 80% of the RVs sold in the US are made in and around Elkhart. Ours was made in Middlebury, and that's why we're here: something needs to be fixed, and a regular dealer can't fix it, it has to come to the manufacturer's service center.
So this is where they have their Hall of Fame. They have some RV's as old as 1910
Apparently the MH doesn't stand for Motor Home, like I thought, but for Manufactured Housing. They built a 1639 square foot house next to the museum. Looks pretty nice, 3 BR, walk-in closet, 2 sinks in the master bath, ... but on closer inspection everything that looks like wood seems to actually be some sort of plastic. Quite realistic, until you knock on it.
And these elks are all over the streets of Elkhart. This one is painted to be an RV, but each one is unique.