Pity the Fool That Doesn’t Buy It: 1973 GMC Motorhome

Ours are not the first eyes to be caught by the epic artwork on the side of this 1973 GMC Motorhome, and they will assuredly be far from the last! There’s more to this Mr. T-emblazoned… more»

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Franken-Camper: 1959 Oldsmobile Camper

Unique and certainly interesting, the cut up 1950’s cars that became campers are somewhat strange, but were certainly a stepping stone to what campers would become in the future. Cadillac’s seemed to be a popular choice… more»

Round Three: 1974 Winnebago Winnie Wagon

Brian provided the link to this super cool Winnebago Winnie Wagon (say that 5 times fast!), and I immediately thought it looked familiar. Sure enough, we have featured this unique Winnebago/Dodge lovechild before, not once but… more»

All The Comforts: Model T Travel Trailer

Here is a travel trailer based upon what appears to be a Model T chassis. It’s listed on eBay in San Juan Capistrano, California. There is no history available so one can only guess when it was… more»

Ultra, Van: 350-Powered 1970 UltraVan

Is the car hobby driving you into the poorhouse? Here’s a project car you can live in! One of the last examples built of the pioneering compact UltraVan motorhome, this 1970 model trades the usual Corvair… more»

Not a Dolphin: VW Bishcofberger Camper

The range of mini camper conversions is somewhat hard to plot, as it seems there’s always an oddball or two like this Volkswagen pickup-based R/V running around the English countryside. Here in the states, we’re accustomed… more»

All the Comforts: 1974 GMC Eleganza

These GMC Eleganza motorhomes have been popping up with some regularity on various social media feeds, and examples like this 1974 model provide compelling evidence as to why a life on the road may be one… more»

The Astro Van Returns: 1984 Airstream Excella

If you are a fan of NASA, then you are likely familiar with their historical reliance on Airstream trailers and motor homes for transporting and quarantining astronauts before and after their spaceflights.  After Apollo 11’s capsule… more»

Retro Fun: 1968 Ford Pickup Custom Camper

I’ll admit I’m biased toward bump-side Fords–those trucks falling between 1967 and 1972 that have the distinctive belt line that sticks (bumps) out down the length of the body.  This particular truck is a real beauty that… more»

Broke Bad: 1978 Winnebago Chieftain

According to the seller, this Winnebago was only driven about 35 miles by the dealer in Oklahoma City to its current location in Wellston, Oklahoma. It’s listed on eBay for $1,500. They don’t say what it was used… more»

1959 Plymouth Fury/Leichner Camper Combo

I’ve never seen a camper like this up close that wasn’t a homebuilt conversion, but apparently the Leichner Manufacturing Company of Champaign, Illinois made these conversions for normal sedans. This one happens to be mounted on… more»

Blank Canvas: 1969 Dodge A108 Corey Cruiser

Dodge A100’s were already great vans, and comparable to the Volkswagen Van in a camping arena. But Corey Cruiser upped the ante with this safari styled roof and camper conversion. This Dodge came from the desert,… more»

Glamper Material? 1966 Airstream Ambassador

In case you haven’t heard, “glamping” is one of the trendiest things amongst the well off. A shortened form of “glamorous camping,” glampers frequently take older campers and dress them up with all kinds of modern conveniences…. more»