When stopping to buy strawberries earlier this spring we saw this vintage motorhome parked at a restaurant nearby.
It is a 1966 Corvair Ultra Van - built by a tinkerer who wanted to have a place to stay when he traveled - it took him four years to perfect it and then others wanted one - so he began production.
It has a Corvair engine, which is air cooled so it was touted as being able to travel in summer or winter because there was no radiator full of water to worry about - well, we all know how successful that idea was.
There are now Ultra Van motoring clubs that travel together - though this one seemed to be on a solo journey. When restored, these early motorhomes go for up to 35,000.00.