All The Comforts: 1986 Newell Motorhome

Many people will spend their adult lives residing in the suburbs and undertaking that daily commute to their 9-to-5 job. When they reach the golden day of retirement, little will change except that the commute will slowly fade into… more»

Westfalia Camper Survivor: 1974 Volkswagen Vanagon

The Westfalia Camper was a conversion of the Volkswagen Type 2 (aka Vanagon) built in the back half of the 20th Century. Westfalia was the subcontractor that Volkswagen used for many of these transformations. This 1974 edition has an… more»

Camper Conversion: 1985 Ford F350

Were you thinking about getting an RV last year when everyone was staying at home only to find out they were out-of-stock or overpriced? Well, if your budget is low and you’ve still got the RV itch, why not… more»

Return To Yesterday: Restored 1964 Winnebago

“Go RVing!” as the tagline proclaims today. This isn’t exactly an RV but it certainly possesses that sentiment and is exactly how people hit the open road back in the ’60s. I’m not much of a camper, I’ve done… more»

Monster Motorhome!1980 Grumman 870 RV

“More of a house than an RV,” according to the seller, this 1980 Grumman 870, later known as the Flxible Metro, began life as a city bus, and later morphed into a monster motor home complete with a rooftop… more»

Orange Overlander: 1974 GMC Motorhome

First of all, it’s easy to love the GMC Motorhome. From the excellent proportions to the ease of maneuverability compared to a full-size motorhome, the front-wheel-drive endeavor by the General is one of those moonshot projects you wish remained… more»

1973 Volkswagen Riviera Camper Van Survivor

Riviera Motors was a major Volkswagen distributor in Beaverton, Oregon, just miles from Portland, which was one of the main ports of entry for Volkswagen imports to the West Coast in the 1960s. During that time, Volkswagen camper vans… more»

Trailer + Boat = 1962 Trailorboat

Travel means different things to different people. Some like all the comforts of home in their huge bus-like motorhome: washer and dryer, double-ovens, satellite tv, and things that we would have only dreamed about a few decades ago. Some… more»

1 Of 20: 1937 Pierce-Arrow Travelodge

Camping is a popular way to take a vacation, and some of today’s campers and RVs are more like another home with full amenities.  But when camping trailers first started to come on the scene in the early 1900s,… more»

Field of Dreams: Huge Montana Collection For Sale!

If you find yourself out roaming around anywhere near Great Falls, Montana, there’s a treasure trove of old cars, trucks, tractors, trailers, boats, toys and other assorted stuff to be found. It’s all for sale, including both restored and… more»

Great Dale! 1957 Pontiac Super Chief Camper

And now for something from the “What ‘da hey?” department, a 1957 Pontiac with a thing that looks like some sort of camper appended to its hind-side. And this listing is essentially a listing about nothing as it states,… more»

Caddy Camper: 1957 Cadillac Series 62

Back in the 1950s and 1960s, it wasn’t unusual to see Cadillacs, Pontiacs and Oldsmobile’s converted for other uses. Like ambulances, hearses and even campers. This conversion looks like it may have gone through two iterations. Because of the… more»

Time Campsule! 1972 Xplorer 224 Camper Van

America’s post-war investment in a vast Interstate Highway System after World War II put long-distance road-trips within reach of novice vacationers. The idea of a self-contained “House Car,” as they were initially called, dates back nearly to the dawn… more»

Never Restored: 1971 Volkswagen Westfalia

If you’re in the market for a truly special vintage Westy, look no further than here! This ’71 Volkswagen Type 2 Westfalia campervan is up for bids here on eBay in Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Canada and just look at this… more»

1953 Oldsmobile Super 88 Camper!

Back in the mid-20th Century, more cars were converted into campers than you might think. And there were several outfits around the country that pulled these transformations off, some better than others. We’re not told who did this one… more»

Coca-Cola Themed RV: 1978 GMC Gadabout

In 1971 Coca-Cola started a new ad campaign with a tagline that went, “It’s the real thing – Coke”. Well in this case “It’s the real big thing” in the form of a 1978 GMC 26′ motorhome known as… more»