Little more than twenty years old, Valentino Cuoghi, Romano Marangoni and Giulio Cuoghi, decided to join their commitment and their passions in the firm CMC. Inside a premise obtained in the house of Valentino, they handcrafted wood windows and furniture, and they were soon appreciated for the attention to detail and for the finishes with which they used to decorate the furniture for the families of Polesine.
During the postwar period, the arrival of rides in the countries was a source of joy and lightheartedness. In Bergantino, the country of origin of a dozen itinerant families, many companies changes their production to develop the field of rides. These were the “factories of dreams”. CMC tooke part at this: Valentino, Romano and Giulio began to build the first mobile homes to offer to travellers an environment which, although simple, allowed them to face the long period of travel. They started arranging old schoolbuses from 30’s, no longer used, realizing that with some carpentry work they could create the necessary space to access basic services, such as a bed and a small kitchen.
Within few years, because of the improved economic conditions, mobile homes became more comfortable. The schoolbuses were replaced by specific structures, built on trailers and semi-trailers. The first trailer for a caravan was provided to CMC by the Company Fratelli Fabbri.