This is one nicely restored classic motor home. It is beautiful, with a recently polished outside skin. The gold anodized aluminum trim really sets this beauty apart. The inside features a solid hardwood floor, no laminate here. But what you really notice inside is how spacious this motor home feels.
Built in El Monte, California, she was the luxury motor coach of her day. The lightweight aluminum skin and (just rebuilt) 390-horsepower Ford engine means she can climb hills and cruise down the road at a reasonable speed. Only about eighty Travel Homes were built (all between 1964 and 1967), when the motor home division was sold to Newell Coach Company, who is still making multi-million dollar coaches today. Streamline continued on its own, making travel trailers into the 1970s. We do not know how many are still on the road, but we do know you will be the only one in the campground!
This coach sleeps 6 adults with its two fold-down couches up front and a sleeping dinette in the middle. A lot of time and effort went into restoring this coach, with new upholstery throughout, including the two bucket seats up front. We restored this classic motor home while keeping its retro feel. So yes, she still has that vibe all her own!
RetroRVs hopes that you enjoy these pictures and will contact us if you are interested in owning this rolling piece of history.