Pickup Truck Camper Cutaway, 1967

This pickup truck camper was pretty state-of-the-art stuff for RVs in the late 1960s.
It had a pass-through to the cab; 12v outlets; aircraft inclinometers to indicate when the camper was leveled off; stiff springs; and an over-the-cab bunk.
Source:  Popular Mechanics May 1967

1976 Woodsman 4x4 RV

Brian Terris submitted photos of his 1976 Woodsman. It originally came with a 360, but he is building a healthy 440 for it and will be converting it to part time 4wd. It was stripped out of it when he bought it. I did not realize that the back door lifted up like that. Does anyone have more information about these neat rigs?

1966 Dodge Power Wagon W300 Chinook RV

Texas resident Aaron Arnold has been collecting Power Wagons for over 20 years and recently brought home this rare 4×4 RV from New Mexico. It is a 1966 Dodge W300 Power Wagon with a 1966 Chinook full Camper body. It has a 318-3 Premium Poly, NP435 Trans, NP 201 T-case, and Braden LU-2 PTO winch. The Chinook Camper needs some attention to the ceiling but is still in good condition. The truck runs and operates and he is working on the camper part of it now.

Create Your Own RV Blog

So let me guess: You love to RV. And you love reading RV blogs.


1. Domain Name and Hosting
2. Installing WordPress
3. Making it Pretty


This part is fun!

What do you want your domain name to be?

Mine is (um, obvi) TruckCamperHQ.com. Here’s what worked for us –> Brainstorm as many different ideas as possible. Once you have thought of some possibilities head to Bluehost to see if your domain name is available by entering it in the box that looks like this:

You’ll also need to host your domain name. Hosting is like renting space on the web to display your blog. Bluehost has great rates and gives you your domain name for free if you decide to host with them.
You know how I love a good deal!

Below is a screenshot of what I use for package information settings.

The Domain Whois Privacy shields your personal address and phone number from being displayed to the public.


Once you’ve completed registration with Bluehost you’ll need to go through the process of installing WordPress.
WordPress is a blogging software. The best part is that it’s SUPER easy to use and it’s also super easy to install on your website. BINGO.

Here’s how: Login to Bluehost and scroll down to the Software/Services section of the first page. Click on WordPress logo.

On the next page click the option to “Install a brand new version”.

Here is what your installation preferences should look like:

Click complete.  Once you get the “Installation Complete” you’ll want to make note of the Login URL, Username, and Password to avoid lost password annoyance and frustration at yourself later. You can change these to something more personal and memorable later, but you’ll need them for your first time logging in.

Type your Login URL into your web browser. You’ll see a login screen like the one below. Enter your Username and Password you copied down from the previous step.


If I had a "that was easy button," I would tell you to press it right now.
Because, wow --- that WAS easy. Right?
You’re minutes away from sharing your famous RV with the world.
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Monster Truck Motorhome: Take Your RV Off Roading

This motorhome is a different take on a monster truck RV.

Where would you take this monster truck motorhome that would require this extreme outfitting.

Everyone's Talking About This Awesome 40 Year Old Beetle Camper

Look how maneuverable this thing is! I've hauled trailers before, and had to back them up, and always found that process a brain-melting exercise in frustration. Why aren't these common now? 

Maybe now's the time — maybe all the attention is a sign. It's time. Time for revolution. Revolution via towing little trailers. I'm ready.