Motorhome

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»

No Reserve! 1998 USA Corporation Europa Motorhome

Bidding seems absurdly cheap for this minty RV, a model I can’t recall ever seeing before but absolutely recognize courtesy of the headlights lifted directly from a mid-90s F150. The world of RVs and motorhomes is vast and deep,… more»

Parked 15 Years: 1973 Winnebago Minnie Winnie

The late-1960s and 1970s are considered by many to be the golden era for campers and motorhomes. One of the biggest names in the history of motorhomes and arguably the most famous name is Winnebago. This 1973 Winnebago Minnie… more»

Move-In Ready Survivor: 1978 GMC Royale RV

Taking another look at things previously unknown to me is a 1978 GMC Royale Recreational Vehicle (RV). I had no idea that GMC was involved in this type of vehicular product until stumbling across this listing. RVs are everywhere,… more»

Home Away From Home: 1973 GMC Eleganza Motorhome

Having tried their hand at manufacturing just about every conceivable vehicle, it was probably an inevitability that General Motors would turn their attention to motorhome production. The results of their labor were vehicles like this stylish 1973 Eleganza. When… more»

Mississippi Motorhome: 1974 FMC 2900R

We just saw a big boat, or yacht, depending on how a person refers to a 36-foot watercraft with two engines and one that they could easily live in. This 1974 FMC 2900R motorhome is another vehicle made for… 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»