If you’ve ever owned or admired an Airstream, Camper Van, Motorhome, RV, or are into vintage toys, this book is for you. A colorful and exciting look at the world of miniature RV's & travel trailers, this fun-filled adventure won’t leave you wanting facts. The authors have added plenty of history and tidbits about each piece, along with a concise history of each segment of toy, including: Early RV Toys, Airstream Toys, Japan Tin RV Toys, Travel Trailer Toys, Camper Van Toys, Truck Camper Toys, Motorhome Toys, Little Kids’ RV Toys, Foreign RV Toys, and last but not least the fun but useful RV toys that were also salt and pepper shakers, birdhouses, tea pots, paperweights, Christmas ornaments, cardboards cutouts, and more. A star-rating guide helps depict which toys are the most collectible, although the authors’ have picked the best selection from the largest collection of RV/Camper toys. Makes a great gift book for anyone into camping or toy nostalgia. This is the only book on RV/Camping toys available at this time.
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John Brunkowski began RVing with his parents and has been collecting toys for over 40 years. Currently he owns two full-size vintage travel trailers, a 1948 Vagabond and a 1966 Airstream.
Michael Closen has been collecting RV toys for about 20 years and has a Monaco brand motorhome. Together they have amassed the largest collection of RV/Camper toys and have chosen the best of the best from their collection. They have also written articles on RV toy collecting for Family Motor Coaching and Airstream Life magazines, and are the leading authorities on this subject.
Rich Lurh is an avid Airstream enthusiast, Publisher & Editor of Airstream Life magazine.
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