Yes, Hawkins has gone out of business. Their coaches were exceptionally well designed and built, but cost more to build than they could sell them for towards the end.
We seriously considered a 32' HMC that was on a local dealer's lot, but the "orphan" syndrome deterred us (and DW was scared of anyting abouve 25'). In retrospect, I wish we'd haggled for a better price and bought it.
As with most RVs, the stuff inside is pretty standard and you can get fridges, stoves, toilets, etc., from just about anywhere. With out-of-business manufactirers, the problem is getting replacement body parts if you have a fender bender.
I understand that members of the Hawkins family managed to save some of the molds for front and rear caps and a few other propietary bits from the sherrif's auction.
Maybe one of the family reads this forum and can advise. Although we have the Georgetown (see signature) an HMC might be well worth trading for if we could find a good one.
Frank Damp -Anacortes, WA,(DW- Eileen)
ex-pat Brits (1968) and now ex-RVers, as of 08 Dec 14.