Let's check off the features of today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Toyota-based RV: V6 engine; 5-speed stick; sleeping accommodations for 4; and, most importantly of all, a private place to take a dump. Let's see if the finishing touch for this home away from home is its price.
If there's one area where our great nation could use some serious help, I think it's how we train our drivers.
Usually, motor homes are bought by retirees as a way to enjoy their golden years and get away from their damn kids. With today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe 455-powered Vixen, you don't have to wait for retirement, but will its price make you want to hold on to your 401K?
In this vintage video Car and Track host Bud Lindemann dishes the dirt on two examples of what motor home industry had to offer in 1973. Watch these "leave-it-all behind machines" as they are put through the motor home version of Car and Track's rigorous road test.
Syd Mead's Land Yacht was commissioned by Playboy Magazine as the ultimate go-anywhere, do-anyone ride in an alternate Blade Runner-meets-Ladies Man future. Despite the 70's look, its predictions of modern driving technology are surprisingly accurate.
The guys from Top Gear hate caravans with a passion, so being ordered to build three of them for an upcoming show must have killed them. The three motorhomes they built? Anything but conventional.
After bright red Cadillac El Dorados and desert racers, we can imagine no other vehicle more capable of evoking gonzo journalistic activities than this International Motorhome. Sure it's a little rusty now, and this particular model would require the addition of a very powerful engine and multiple drug cabinets, but…