Motorhomes

1970s Rectrans Discoverer 25 Motorhome Trio

We don’t usually think of motorhomes as being fast or aerodynamic, especially with all of the flat-front models cruising the freeways. These three 1971 and 1972 Rectrans Discoverer 25 motorhomes were maybe the muscle motorhomes of their day. They… more»

455-Powered Car Hauler RV: 1973 Revcon 250

“Cool” is in the eye of the beholder on this one but I think it’s cool. Or at least a cool idea. Having the ability to haul a car behind a motorhome without needing a trailer is genius. This… more»

Happy Camper: 1970 Dodge Travco 270

Baby boomers seeking a psychedelic trip to Burning Man (or anywhere) should take a closer look at this 1970 Travco motorhome located in Wooster, Ohio and listed here on eBay. With a starting bid of $6,500 and a BIN of… more»

Engine Build Done: Corvair Ultra Motorhome

The world’s largest Corvair: that’s one way to describe the Ultra Van, a Corvair-based motorhome built in limited quantities in the 1960s. Featuring clever engineering to deliver a look like no other, there’s still an enthusiastic fan base behind… more»

Fresh 455: 1975 GMC Glenbrook Motorhome

In what is becoming a recurring theme, I’ve written up a few of these GMC motorhomes lately. This one is perhaps my favorite yet, as it wears some great colors and period illustrations on the side that both set… more»

No Reserve Project R/V: 1978 GMC Royale

Many times, when vehicles show up at my favorite dealer lot of donation specials, they need a sizable amount of work. When you see an R/V with this seller, I wouldn’t blame you for assuming the rig would be… more»

Finished By Coachmen: 1978 GMC Motorhome Royale

This 1978 GMC Motorhome is a recent trade the selling dealer took in. While claimed to run well when inventoried, the seller has not driven it recently and makes no claims as to its roadworthiness; however, there’s still a… more»