Newest Vintage RV articles
Myrtle, a vintage 1964 Travco motorhome, gives owners Capri Rasmussen and Jason Auch the chance to do a little glamping in true '60s style.
Patty Kolesnichenko and her family enjoy retro RVing. Their very first camper, a Boler, whet their appetite for a life of vintage camping.
Everything old is new again when you rent an RV reminiscent of the last century from Retro RV in Saskatchewan
Ontario resident Tom Speakman loves vintage stuff. Right now, Speakman is working on a 1970 Dodge Open Road motorhome and he was eager to share details of the project with RVwest.
Check out those impeccably restored English Micro Caravans and find out about the 6th Annual Vintage Vacation Rally in California.
The Novakovskis of Saskatoon, SK, love fibreglass trailers like Bolers and Trilliums. They have rejuvenated one Trillium trailer and are now working on the restoration of their second Trillium.
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.
“This is the setting for almost every old cowboy movie I’ve seen (Roy Rogers, the Lone Ranger, Shane)” was my thought the first time I encountered the desert.Giving you a smooth ride
PullRite's new SuperGlide hitch puts the relaxation back into your vacation.