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A 1982 Triple E motorhome, parked in a field.
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Best of Vintage RV 2019: #1 - 1982 24 foot Triple E Motorhome

RVwest reader Andy Murray travels alone and he says this little motorhome is the perfect size for himself and his fishing boat tagging along behind.

A very rare Toyota Sunrader dually pickup with matching fifth wheel trailer.
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Best of Vintage RV 2019: #2 - 1981 Toyota Sunrader Fifth Wheel Combo

John Douglas Polk from Houston, Texas was lucky enough to find an almost mint Toyota Sunrader combo unit, consisting of truck and fifth wheel. 

Large motorhome painted green.
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Best of Vintage RV 2019: #3 - Could vintage RVs help solve the homeless crisis?

What do you think? Could vintage RVs play a role in helping with the homeless problem in your area?

A Winnebago Indian motorhome with the distinctive 'Flying W' design.
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Best of Vintage RV 2019: #4 - Classic 1973 “Flying W” Winnebago Indian Motorhome

It’s not every day that you come across a sweet-looking “flying W” Winnebago classic motorhome.

Laze Daze motorhome, parked on street.
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Best of Vintage RV 2019: #5 - Meet a Laze Daze Motorhome

Laze Daze motorhomes have a faithful and devoted following among RVers, primarily south of the 49th.

A vintage 1970's GMC motorhome, spotted parked in front of a local business.
This vintage beauty is one of the earliest examples of the iconic Triple E motorhome we've spotted.
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Best of Vintage RV 2019: #7 - Early 1970’s Triple E Motorhome

Triple E became Canada's premiere motorhome manufacturer for many years and nowadays the Manitoba-based company concentrates solely on the production of Leisure Travel Vans
A Micro-Mini Winnebago Warrior motorhome spotted on the street in Fernie, B.C.
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Best of Vintage RV 2019: #8 - 1990’s Micro-Mini Winnebago Warrior

The Micro-Mini Winnebago Warrior came in three floor plans and was advertised as an entry-level unit.

This 1988 Vanguard Class C motorhome was spotted in a local parking lot.
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Best of Vintage RV 2019: #9 - Rare 1988 Vanguard 24’ Class C Motorhome

Vanguard was a famous brand name in the Canadian RV manufacturing world back in the 1970s and 1980s

Chris and Dana Carstensen, the two sons of Kustom Koach founder Carl Carstensen, still work at the company dealership in Aldergrove, B.C. Here, they are pictured with Eric Hicks' restoration project.
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Best of Vintage RV 2019 - #10: Meet the sons of Kustom Koach Founder, Carl Carstensen

Over the next 10 weeks we will feature the Top 10 Vintage RV articles we have ran on the RVwest website over the last year.  

Winnebago Brave parked in parking lot.
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Vintage RV: 1973 Winnebago Brave

The Winnebago Brave was originally marketed as an entry-level RV model, designed to appeal to young families and retired couples

A 1988 Vanguard Class C motorhome in a parking lot.
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Vintage RV: Rare 1988 Vanguard 24’ Class C Motorhome

Vanguard was a famous brand name in the Canadian RV manufacturing world back in the 1970s and 1980s

White vintage-looking Boler-style trailer.
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Vintage RV: The Outback by Trillium Trailer Manufacturing

Team Trillium now produces their own model of the Trillium Trailer, a vintage reproduction called the Outback.

A motorhome with a 'V' design on the front, round headlights.
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Vintage RV: Mystery Vintage Motorhome — what is it?

RVwest reader Tom Van Damme snapped a photo of a mystery vintage RV on his recent travels in the U.S. Can one of our knowledgeable readers help identify it?

A yellow and brown striped trailer sitting on a sales lot.
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Vintage RV: 1970’s 15 foot Bell Travel Trailer

The history of the Bell travel trailer is a bit of a mystery - they were made in Montana in the 1970's, but beyond that, information is scarce. 

1960 Aristocrat trailer, painted aqua blue and white.
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Vintage RV: 1960’s Aristocrat Travel Trailer

The Aristocrat trailers were manufactured in California for almost 20 years, from 1956 to 1974.