It’s been a while since I did a blog about oddball RVs and some folks have asked if I had any new ones to share. As a matter of fact, I do! Here are several that readers have sent me or I’ve found online.
We’ll start with a real oldie, an expanding RV from 1934, according to the only information I could find on it, but I bet my buddy Al Hesselbart from the RV Museum knows what it is.
This one is for my pal Ron Speidel, who really likes Airstream trailers. I have no idea where he’s going to find enough butter for that toast!
High gas prices got you down? Maybe you need one of these!
I’ve seen some weird bus conversions in my time, but I think this schoolie Bill and Kris Osborne spotted at Green Lake State Park in Campbellsville, Kentucky takes the prize.
Our friend Phyllis Schell sent me a picture of this colorful Class C she saw in Cottonwood, Arizona a while back.
I’ve always been impressed with how creative people who build housetrucks are.
Could this be an Amish RV?
Have you ever seen a four wheel drive Jeep camper before?
Here’s one for my buddy Tom Westerfield, who loves anything associated with railroads.
This bus and trailer combo reminded me of a jack o’lantern.
Let’s go camping!
You could park this three wheeled motorhome just about anywhere!
A reader saw this flower power RV at a WalMart in New Mexico.
Jim Hamm in Prescott, Arizona sent me a picture of this strange contraption.
And last, but certainly not least, I absolutely love this rustic wood covered motorhome.
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Thought For The Day – Any fool can know. The point is to understand – Albert Einstein