Camping Classic: 1977 Volkswagen Westfalia

UPDATE – The seller, Sheri, reached out to us with more info on her Camper Van! So, the $22,000 asking price is in Canadian Dollars, which converts to $16,500 US, and is negotiable. Her mechanic, who specializes in classic… more»

50k Mile Micro-Mini RV: 1985 Toyota Sunrader

Those of you who are lucky enough to live in a more temperate climate than a few million of us igloo dwellers live in, you’re lucky in that you can use a vehicle like this 1985 Toyota Sunrader throughout… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Rare 1937 Pierce Arrow Travelodge

Typically you don’t think of camper trailers when you think of Pierce Arrow. This manufacturer was well-known in the early-1900s for building status symbol automobiles that competed with the best that Europe had to offer. Like many companies of… more»

Factory-Built Camper: 1977 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet

In the late 1970s, General Motors tried to enter the world of miniature recreational vehicles by building around 1800 full-size trucks with a permanently mounted pop-up camper. This well-preserved 1977 Blazer Chalet is here on eBay in Victorville, California,… more»

Original Riviera: 1972 Volkswagen Camper Bus

Never heard of a Riviera? Neither had I, until now. This one is for sale here on craigslist and was transplanted from California to the outskirts of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Are you intrigued? Read on to find out more…

Huge VW Westfalia Collection

Do you really love your VW Westfalias? How much do you love them? Do you love them enough to buy a collection of vehicles that are waiting to be restored? Come on, be brave, because there’s only 55 of… more»

Rare Factory Camper: 1976 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet

We’ve featured several of these Blazer Chalets over the years and the rare rigs seem to be popping up for sale more often lately. Maybe it’s the nostalgia of the 1970s or just the fact that they have been… more»

Custom Corvair Camper: 1961 Corvair Greenbriar

When most of us think of a van camper we think of something with maybe a slightly raised roof or one with a roof that raises up with a canvas and/or screen portion added. This 1961 Corvair Greenbriar camper… more»

Hit The Road: 1973 GMC Motorhome

If you have decided that the time has come to hit the wide-open roads and spend the children’s inheritance, then this GMC Motorhome could be just the vehicle for you. This 26-foot long vehicle has every feature that you… more»

Jetsons Vs. Flintstones: 1984 Chevrolet S-10 Mirage

This is no mirage, well, actually it is a Mirage camper shell on the back of a Chevy S-10 cab and chassis. It’s about as space-age as it gets and this 1984 Chevrolet S-10 Mirage camper can be found here… more»

Rare Camper: 1976 Chevrolet Blazer Chalet

This 1976 Chevrolet Blazer w/ Chalet conversion would make a great one-person hunting or fishing rig, maybe two people if you are really friendly. Found here on eBay with a requested opening bid of $4,500, this neat vehicle is located in Portola, California…. more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1965 GMC Open Road Royale House Car

Update – Clyde has lowered his asking price to $7,500 and is willing to provide any interested parties with additional photos and information upon request. Reader Clyde M recently bought a house and unfortunately needs to let go of… more»

Personal Shuttlecraft! Two Rectrans Discoverer RVs

Sometimes your planet’s atmosphere is too turbulent for beaming about using the Transporter, and you have to take the Shuttlecraft. Simply fork over $4000 for this package deal of two Rectrans Discoverer 25 RVs here on Detroit, Michigan craigslist… more»

Winnebago Built: 1990 Renault LeSharo

I know many of you are waiting with fierce anticipation of updates to my 1981 Toyota HiAce project, and I’ve not forgotten you – but the camper conversion is still a few months (years?) away, so this 1990 Renault… more»

Rare Short Bus: 1948 Dodge 2 Window School Bus

  A vintage school bus has a certain allure to it that always grabs my attention. I always wonder who rode on it and where are those kids are today. Most people have a memorable school bus experience so maybe… more»

Hatchback Camper! 1975 Oldsmobile Omega

Oldsmobile expended minimal effort distinguishing its first and second-generation Omega from its General Motors siblings, most notably the popular Chevrolet Nova. The optional hatchback offered flexible cargo room and opened the door to this interesting camper tent option! Enthusiasts… more»