Vintage RVs always stay in style with their classic design, cute and cozy vibe, and simplicity for towing and camping. These days, new models of vintage and retro-styled travel trailers and RVs give you all of the appeal of classic vehicles, but without the maintenance, repairs, and endless searching for replacement parts that can come with especially old campers. Plus, many still come with all the latest tech and gadgets found with modern vehicles. RVT is sharing five retro-style RVs that are new and available on the marketplace.
1. Airstream Bambi
A compact and lightweight travel trailer, Airstream Bambi evokes a mid-century style with an aluminum shell but boasts contemporary features. You can tow your Bambi with your SUV or truck, and it fits easily in most camping spots. Inside, there’s a galley with a dinette and stainless steel appliances, bathroom, lounging space, and enough room for four to sleep comfortably. Some of Bambi’s most appealing modern amenities include adjustable AC and heat, a Bluetooth stereo, retractable awning, and a solar pre-wire kit for off-grid camping.
2. Heartland Terry Classic
You can take a trip down memory lane with modern comforts in a Heartland Terry Classic, one of the coolest retro-style campers to be released in recent years. Fitted with a stainless steel body with a streak of red or black paint on its side, the Heartland Terry Classic is spacious yet still towable, and comes with stabilizer jacks. Its interior has a dinette, bed, and bath, along with stainless steel appliances to match the frame. You can camp out or lounge at night under its awning while enjoying its colorful LED ambiance lighting.
3. NuCamp TAB 320S
NuCamp TAB 320S is a lightweight teardrop camper that recollects the early days of RVing and camping while giving you the modern conventions found with today’s vehicles. TAB 320S’s aluminum frame comes with a classy trim and several colors to choose from. Along with its fully functional galley kitchen, its dinette converts to a sleeping area with AC and a heating system, so you can boondock comfortably year round. This convenient camper makes the most of its small space, and is one that stands out among teardrop travel trailers.
4. Riverside RV Retro
Reminiscent of the 1950s, Riverside RV Retro is one of the most popular lightweight travel trailers on the market. Retro is instantly recognizable with its bright colors, while it comes in multiple sizes that make it easy to tow. Inside, you’ll see some of its best features, including its checkerboard flooring that reminds you of American diners. Retro’s dinette also comes with birchwood cabinets and a microwave, and additional accessories like a Bluetooth radio and speaker setup.
5. Winnebago Brave
Winnebago Brave was reintroduced to the market to much fanfare as a Class A with a retro-style design. This insta-classic has an iconic “W” emblem on the side of the vehicle, and guarantees fun for RVers looking for an adventure, whether they’re going on a road trip or camping. Brave’s spacious interior has a dinette and sofa bed, and room to relax while you watch your favorite shows on its retractable HDTV. Still available on the market but out of production, Brave’s discontinuation only makes it more like other true classics that are rare, harder to find, and wonderful to own.
Charming and cool, retro-style RVs and travel trailers add to your adventure. These modern day throwbacks have the style of yesteryear but come with the best of today’s amenities. If you’re looking for your next new or used RV, be sure to see all of the listings available on RVT.com.
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