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North Carolina Used RV Dealers

Wal-Mart stores that do not allow overnight RV parking    

  Learn where RVers are welcome at America's roadside Travel Centers

RV Battery Information    also   Mobile Homes History

    Fibromyalgia Click Here The Classifieds of Western North Carolina 

 

A   Access Design RVs  

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    Aero Manufacturing    
    Airstream

Some Airstream History

 
    Alaskan Camper    
    Alfa Leisure    
    Aliner Columbia Northwest    
    Allegro Motorhomes    
    American Cruiser    
    Americana RV    
B   Blue Bird Wanderlodge   Back to Top
    Born Free Motorcoach    
C   Casita Enterprises   Back to Top
    Chalet RV    
    Chinook RV Motorhomes    
    Coach House    
    Coachmen Automotive    
    Coachmen RV    
    Country Coach    
    CrossRoads RV    
D   Damon Corporation   Back to Top
    Dodgen Industries    
    Dutchmen Manufacturing    
    Dynamax Corporation    
F   Featherlite Manufacturing   Back to Top
    Fleetwood Enterprises    
    Fleetwood Folding Trailers    
    Fleetwood RV    
    Forest River RV    
    Foretravel    
    Four Wheel Campers    
    Four Winds    
G   General Coach- Hensall   Back to Top
    General Coach- Oliver    
    Georgie Boy Manufacturing    
    Glendale RV    
    Grand Touring Recreational Vehicles    
    Great West Van    
    Gulf Stream Coach    
H   Hallmark Campers   Back to Top
    Hi Lo Trailer Company    
    Holiday Rambler    
    Horizons    
I   Islander   Back to Top
J   Jayco   Back to Top
K   Kamparoo Campers   Back to Top
    Keystone RV    
    King of the Road    
    KIT Manufacturing Company    
    Komfort Corporation    
    K-Z Incorporated    
L   Lance Camper Manufacturing   Back to Top
    Lazy Daze    
    Leisure Travel Vans    
M   Magnum Products   Back to Top
    Marathon Coach    
    Marathon Homes    
    McKenzie Towables    
    Midwest Vans    
    Monaco Coach Corporation    
    Motor Coach Industries    
    Mountain Master    
N   National RV Holdings   Back to Top
    Newell Coach    
    Newmar Corporation    
    Northstar    
    Northwood Manufacturing    
    Nu Wa Industries    
O   Overland Motor Coach   Back to Top
P   Palomino RV   Back to Top
    Peterson Industries    
    Phoenix PopUp Campers    
    Pleasure-Way Industries    
R   Revcon Motorcoach   Back to Top
    Rexhall Industries    
    Roadtrek    
    Royale Coach    
S   Safari Motor Coaches   Back to Top
    Scamp    
    Shasta Industries    
    Skyline Corporation    
    Sportsmobile    
    SMC Corporation    
    Starcraft Corporation    
    Starcraft RV    
    Sunline Coach Company    
    Sun-Lite    
    SunnyBrook RV    
    Sycamore Industries    
T   Teton Homes   Back to Top
    Thor Industries    
    Tiffin Motor Homes    
    Titanium    
    Towlite- Inc.    
    Tracker RV    
    Trail-Lite    
    TrailManor    
    Trakka Pty Ltd.    
    Travel Supreme    
    Travel Units    
    Triple E RV    
    Tuscany Motor Coach    
V   Viking Recreational Vehicles   Back to Top
W   West Coast Leisure Homes   Back to Top
    Western Recreational Vehicles    
    Windward Campers    
    Winnebago Industries    
X   Xplorer Motor Homes   Back to Top

Vintage Mobile Homes   (A Slice of History)  http://www.allmanufacturedhomes.com/html/vintage_mobile_homes.htm   http://www.allmanufacturedhomes.com/

Magazines


General RV Info

Parts and Accessories


Appliances, Components, Etc.

Maps and Travel Directions

Newsgroups

Vintage Campers Links 

Rv.resourceaid.com
Information at your fingertips. http://rv.resourceaid.com/

Vintage Airstream.com
This site is dedicated to my love of....okay, my obsession with vintage Airstream travel trailers. http://www.vintageairstreamer.com/

Airstream Trailers.
AirstreamTrailers.com exists for people like you to find all the Airstream travel trailer resources you need including restoration, buying, selling, history, message boards and more!   http://www.airstreamtrailers.com/

Vintage Airstream Club
If you own or are dreaming of owning, a vintage  Airstream, you'll want to come back to this site again and again. It's also the place you can sign up for the best two e-mail discussion groups about Airstreams.  You'll love the photos archive plus the "For Sale" and "Want Ads" are first rate.   http://www.airstream.net

VintageAirstream.com
You'll love exploring this well-designed site.  RJ has assembled a photo index of every year and model of vintage Airstream.  His own experience restoring a '65 Caravel has been expertly documented in several helpful how-to articles.  Plus, he has a very good description on trailer polishing.   http://www.vintageairstream.com

Tin Can Tourist
Organized in 1919, the Tin Can Tourist is an organization committed to the celebration of classic trailers and motor coaches through annual gatherings of owners and friends.
If you love old campers and want to meet some very nice people with some awesome vintage campers, you need to join this group. 
http://www.tincantourists.com/

Airstream Web Ring
As more and more vintage trailer owners begin to use the internet, new sites are popping up to support the community.  The Web Ring lets you easily travel from site to site.
http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=airstream;list

Maxitear Progress
Welcome To My Home Away From Home
This site is dedicated to my long lived interest in Vintage Style Travel Trailers.
http://www.maxitear.com

Winick Design
Vintage Airstreams
How can you resist the classic industrial modern lines of the Airstream?
After two years of searching found a 1968 17 Caravel. Formerly purchased new and owned by a couple that lived in Pasadena, CA
New Website address: http://www.vintagetrailering.com/

Silver Avion
This sites purpose is to help preserve the classic "Silver Avion". It is intended to help owners maintain their units and develop a new group of owners interested in classic Avion and CAYO Travel Trailers, Truck Campers, Motor Homes, and Fifth Wheels.

http://www.silveravion.nieus.com

The FlatNose Society
Welcome to the ONLY site devoted to those old and loveable "FlatNose" Rvs from the 60s and 70s.
http://www.flatnosesociety.com


 

 

 

http://www.trailerworks.biz/

TrailerWorks is a full-service restoration company, dedicated to the job of saving one of the greatest American Icons - the traveltrailer.

We specialize in
Airstream and Spartan trailers, but we will work on any brand you like.

Where do we get our "Diamonds in the Rough?"  Some of them come from our favorite supplier of vintage stuff - Vintage Campers.

http://www.vintagecampers.com/

 

 


 

Also...

Finding great rv jobs - campgrounds, resorts, national parks, recreation, marina, theme park, state park, ski resorts, recreational jobs, etc.   http://www.workamper.com/  

and...

    http://www.newrver.com/

 

Mobile Homes History  

The first examples of mobile homes can be traced back to the roaming bands of gypsies, who traveled with their horse drawn mobile homes as far back as the 1500s. In America, the first mobile homes were built in the 1870's, these were movable beach front properties, built in the Outer Banks region of North Carolina. The homes were moved by teams of horses.

Mobile homes as we know them today began in 1926, with automobile-pulled trailers or "Trailer Coaches", designed as a home away from home during camping trips. The trailers evolved into "Mobile Homes" brought into demand after World War II ended. Veterans came home to needing housing and finding it in short supply. "Mobile Homes" provided cheap and quickly built housing for the Veterans and their families (the beginning of the baby boom) and being mobile allowed the families to travel where the jobs were.

By 1943, trailers averaged a width of 8ft and were over 20ft in length, they had up to 3 to 4 separate sleeping sections but no bathrooms. By 1948, lengths had reached up to 30ft and bathrooms were introduced. Mobile homes continued to grow in length and widths such as doublewide.

In June of 1976, the United States Congress passed the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Act (42 U.S.C.), which assured that all homes were built to tough national standards. In 1980, Congress approved changing the  term 'Mobile Home' to 'Manufactured Home'.

Great Mobile Homes of Mississippi
A gallery of Mississippi mobile homes with accompanying commentary.

Mobile Home Directory
The everything directory for mobile homes, if you own one or want to.

 

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