It is College football bowl season again and again, RVer's are playing an important role. Not only can you buy a RV
to transport your group of friends to the bowl game that your favorite football team is playing in, you can also spend the night in your RV
to be the first to see… Continue
Added by RVing Planet on December 30, 2009 at 2:20pm —
Just got back from a short hop trip for the Christmas holiday. We call them mini vacations. Did not have any set driving plans, just stayed close to home to save gas money and ended up in Paridise, CA. We still love camping in our motorhome anyway. Rain on the roof and "I love a Mystery" on the radio. A trip to Oregon for Thanksgiving was our "big" vacation for the year. The motorhome ran like a champ and it was a great trip. Lots of fun with family.
Added by Marty Zastera on December 30, 2009 at 1:41pm —
I'm new here and it looks like a great site. looking for parts and help info. to restore a old comet travel trailer?????
New friends too!!!!
Hope you do not fall out laughing but I am not sure of the year or version of my trailer??
I only know it is a comet about 15 feet long and about a 1960-69 year make
all help will be appreacated
Added by Billy R. Hurley on December 30, 2009 at 3:57am —
Well we are still full-timin. Traded the TT for a class A,sold it,moved to Texas and bought an '81 Executive class A 38 ft Dodge M600 chassis 440-3 motor. Will be here for the forseeable future. Oh yes,we still live in it. Parked at my wife's mothers. Have several projects to work on. Will post pics when I get another harddrive. This one is way too small,only good to surf with. Ed
Added by Edwin Prigmore on December 29, 2009 at 3:39pm —
OUR LATEST PROJECT, A 1981 SILVER STREAK, WISH US LUCK
Added by JENNIFER RICHARDS on December 28, 2009 at 8:55pm —
Hi everybody - I think this is one of the best RV websites around. We just bought a 1970 lowliner that has been completely re-done inside and out. I think its over kill and I spent way to much money for it. We still have our 66 lowliner and plan to sell one of them. (?) My question is this - the 70 lowliner is vary heavy and I pull it with a 86 3/4 ton chevy suburban the problem is I'm getting a lot of sway. I have installed a sway bar and shorten the hitch but it still is a little wobbly.… Continue
Added by Duane Brown on December 21, 2009 at 9:30am —
I wanted to let everyone know that after CURRENT sold out of my "VINTAGE TRAVELS" Calendar for 2010, I CREATED A NEW ONE! It can be seen (and purchased) through ZAZZLE.com. Here is a quick link to find it: http://www.zazzle.com/vintage_travel_trailer_art_2010_calendar-158894453929902436
Some of my other Trailer Art products are available there, as well. You can find coffee mugs and teeshirts and… Continue
Added by Paige Bridges on December 19, 2009 at 12:25pm —
Well, ever since we wrecked our bumper pull travel trailer and suv on Colorado's grooved pavement a few months ago we've been in search for a good old Class C. Since I usually screw up buying classic campers, I though I'd ask my friends on goodoldrvs.com to give me their recommendations on buying a used class C motorhome. I found a 1989 Cobra Class C in Texas on Craigslist with a little over 30,000 miles on… Continue
Added by Pat Daly on December 15, 2009 at 2:51pm —
My wife and I have recently purchased a 1988 Winnebago Warrior motorhome based on a Toyota chassis. It is in desperate need of a interior refurbishing as well as some minor work on the exterior.
I have started another blog at www.toyota-motorhome,blogspot.com
to document my process. We would like to take it to Florida next winter, so that is my motivation to get it completed. I will continue to update my blog with any… Continue
Added by Dave Johnson on December 11, 2009 at 8:14pm —
I've got my eye on an old camping Trailer that has been just sitting behind a farmers barn for the past several years. The weeds have grown up around it and I know it has not been moved in the past 3 to 5 years.
I'm looking for a vintage camper to rehab as a project, and use for camping. What should I be looking for when evaluating an old trailer like this? I'm not afraid of having some work to do, but I don't want to put time and money into a bad trailer either. I know enough to… Continue
Added by Todd W. Meyer on December 9, 2009 at 5:52pm —
I have scanned in 4 documents:
Hehr Mobile Home Windows Catalogue
The Model 210 Dodge Motor Home "A new look for the great outdoors"
Optional Equipment for the Dodge Motor Home - Models 210, 270 and the
Owners Manual Dodge Motor Home
You can see them all on my travco blog: Myrtle the 1964 Dodge Motor home http://myrtleandme.blogspot.com/
Added by Myrtle on December 2, 2009 at 12:15am —