Can anyone help me identify this RV?

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I can't tell you what it is but it's a nice looking rig, shape looks like an Allegro but I can't really say for certain but I'll bet some one here will know.

Yes, it rather does. The lack of name on it, and the color of stripes has me confused.  Hope someone else will know.  Thanks Rich

Hi. what you have here is an Aluma-lite XL. it was built by Holiday Ramber Corp. im guessing its a 1988-1990. It shared the same body style as Holiday Rambers "Monitor" series. they were like the Buick and Chevy with Holiday being the Caddilac.

Keith, sending thank you hugs for your help.  With your info, I found it. It is a 1986 Holiday Rambler PRESTL33CB, 35'.  BLESS you for the help!  JILL

That's good you found out what it is. I looked for awhile & saw one. I didn't reply to you Jill though, because it only had the owners vehicle nick name on it. And also the one you show has a "elongated triangle" on it above the drivers deck windows, where the roof slopes to the windshield. You own this shown or buying it Jill?

A friend asked me about it, and I said I would find out if I could.

Oh, it looks to be a nice one & probably very spacious on the inside. Seems to be in good condition.




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