Recently we came across another big “K” unit, which we now understand is a Kustom Koach, proudly made in Canada.
Vintage RV lovers, you're in the right place—and you're not alone! The trend of restoring and travelling in these old-school gems is increasing, and has resulted in some of the most innovative RVs on the road.
Exploring the beautiful backcountry of B.C. is fun and easier in a vintage RV
Here's another colourful vintage RV story about one of the many Canadian companies that dabbled in the RV business over the last number of decades.
The Dodge Travco was king of the industry for two decades, before Winnebago came on the market.
The Pace Arrow motorhome was once considered the 'cadillac' of recreational vehicles.
The story of PreBuilt Industries and the Scamper travel trailer starts way back in 1944 in Lethbridge, Alberta.
Still in production, the iconic Airstream trailer has proven to be a resilient brand, with the first trailer produced in the late 1920's.
After last week`s Vintage RV column featured J.J. McColm`s Boler-Chevy combo unit, we received a bit more info from J.J. and some great new pictures too.
These little fiberglass trailers have a passionate and devoted following that rivals just about any other enthusiast group.
This eye-catching Boler trailer and matching Chevy truck are painted the same "double-mint" green, thus the "double-verde" moniker.
This RV Company was founded in 1945 as the Kit Manufacturing Company—it grew quickly into a mobile home and recreational product builder based in Long Beach, California.