Anyone have an idea of the year for this rv?  I bought it recently for only...$650!  I'm looking for a manual but they are obviously hard to come by.  Any leads or help is greatly appreciated!  

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Tags: 1970s, 1972, Holiday, rambler, vacationer, vintage

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Hi Coleman, My husband and I just bought a 1978 Holiday Rambler "Monitor" (22 ft) last October in Michigan, just before moving to Columbia, SC.  It looks similar to yours, just a little different layout.  My husband will be taking pictures of it tomorrow and I will post on my profile page if you would like to see. He will try to get some of the inside, but we still have somethings stored in there from our move south.  -Pat

I would guess early 70's by the interior and exterior both. fun mystery! I'd google it and I bet you'll find it. Looks like a bit of work but it will be fun!

Thanks Pat pics would be great to see. Yours didn't come with a manual by chance did it?

Jessica - I've spent hours Googling to no avail. The closest I found was a 1972 model for sale on Craigslist

was it similar to yours? the '72 that you found online?  It's kind of fun though to hunt things down. I have a '72 skylark and they are few and far between it seems....always fun to find info though. I like seeing these old gems...glad there are those out there like us to keep them alive! Hope you find what you need and I look forward to seeing pics from Pat too because I'm curious LOL.

Hi Coleman,  I just posted the pictures on my page.  Take a look.  Unfortunately we did not get a manual either. 

Ok thanks pat I will take a look now 
Yes the Craigslist one looked exactly like it from the outside.  There were no inside pics so I couldn't match up decor or floor plan to exactly 1972. I had a 1976 Nomad before this one that I just loved, so I'm hoping this one will be just as much fun!




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