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These 17 Most Remarkable RVs Will Leave You Scratching Your Head

It would be a boring world if everyone dressed the same, acted the same, or liked the same foods. Fortunately, that’s not the case. The ways people enjoy camping and the outdoor lifestyle say a lot about a person’s likes and dislikes.

For example, you’re probably not a Miller drinker if you paint the outside of your motorhome with the Budweiser logo.

Budweiser RV.

Phil Denton
Phil Denton

Moon Gazer RV.

Moon Gazer
Bruce Fingerhood

Roadster RV.

Zeppelin Roadliner
Dave Parker

Hanomag-Henschel Orion RV.

Hanomag-Henschel Orion

Citroën XM Bagagère Tissier.

Citroën XM Bagagère Tissier
Spanish Coches

Ghostbusters meets Mad Max meets…the Jetsons?

Junk Rocket
Forsaken Fotos

1975 Daystar Motorhome.

1975 Daystar motorhome
Bruce Fingerhood

Only 16 of  these Daystar motorhomes were ever made. Built on a Dodge chassis, the Daystar featured an all Cor-ten steel body and teak interior. Most astonishing of all? It reportedly sold for more than $70,000!

1977 Datsun Chinook Gazelle Truck Camper.

Datsun Chinook Gazelle RV
Greg Gjerdingen

1977 Toyota Motorhome.

1977 Toyota Motorhome
Greg Gjerdingen

You don’t see many like this. Although we did find one Toyota Motorhome owner who installed a wood stove in his vintage RV!

Not sure about this one…it’s got Chevy hubcaps though?

Chevy hubcaps on motorhome
dave_7

Is that a Cadillac hiding under there?

Cadillac RV
Marcin Wichary

Del Rey Truck Camper.

Del Rey, Tom
Terry Bone

Avion Truck Camper.

Avion truck camper
Terry Bone

What is this thing!?

Camper van
Terry Bone

The wood-shingled fifth wheel.

Wood shingled fifth wheel trailer
Terry Bone

Now those are some slick window mechanisms.

Blue vintage trailer
Terry Bone

Could this be Goldfinger’s long-lost Avion?

Golden Avion trailer in 1970
Lorain Wachholz

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2 thoughts on “These 17 Most Remarkable RVs Will Leave You Scratching Your Head”

  1. Fourth from the bottom is an Eldorado Starfire EMC Motorhome. They were built mid to late 80’s, and had a Ford 460 in the BIGGEST engine bay you’ve ever seen. There is room to climb in next to the engine to work on it. My main complaint (in my one brief visit in one) was the headroom. At 6ft I couldn’t quite stand upright, and I’d have to duck under the A/C, the doorways, and other fixtures.

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