Regency Conversion Vans

Written by Patricia Tunstall
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Regency conversion vans have been manufactured to the highest standards for over 18 years. From humble beginnings in a small garage, Regency converted vans have become a major industry and are now produced in a 250,000-square-foot facility on 28 acres in Fort Worth, Texas. The company's custom vans are renowned for their craftsmanship, which accounts for the impressive growth in sales volume.

The same people who owned Regency conversion vans at the start still own the company today, so there has been a continuity of philosophy and quality that is readily apparent. Consistent standards and value have characterized the business since its beginnings, and this is evident in the attention to every detail in the production process.

Regency Conversion Vans Offer Commitment to Standards

This company states its philosophy very clearly. Its first commitment is to its customers, who, the company realizes, account for its growth through their great word-of-mouth advertising. Not only is this free advertising, but, better yet, it derives from a personally-satisfied customer.

The second commitment of Regency conversion vans is to its dealers, who form a nationwide sales network. Regency is proud to deliver excellent vans to the dealers, and the company provides them with the best sales and service training. Not surprisingly, the third commitment is to quality, which can be seen even in the most exacting examination of every van. Finally, the company is committed to its employees; the main production crew has worked for Regency since it began, which says a great deal about the company itself.


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Regency Banko, 2008?

I see their equipment was listed on an auction site with an auction date of Jan 27, 2009.

Regency is out of business.

Regency is out of business. Regency went belly up at the end of 2008/beginning of 2009 - - another casualty of the automotive industry. Such a shame, they were a great company with a great product.