This Ford tractor trailer has everything you could love and hate about the ’70s.
Camelot Cruiser is the name of an RV, which is towed by a Ford C-750 tractor unit with a 6.4-liter V8 engine and four-speed automatic transmission. You can tell instantly from the two-tone green paint that it’s from the ’70s, but when you step inside, you’re instantly taken back in time.
In addition to the carpets and floors, the furniture and decor also reflect the 70’s style.
Which can now be considered outdated and even ugly. However, there was no need to skimp on space, as the complex includes a separate living room, bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom, with double sink, separate shower, and toilet.
The interesting thing about the tractor is that the driver also gets a place to sleep, while at it
It was possible to talk between the driver’s cab and the rooms on the mobile home phone,
That shell even got into the toilet. The Camelot Cruiser is not in the best condition, in addition to its worn equipment, rusty body and non-functioning air conditioning display.
The living room floor is completely flat, so there was a huge storage space in the back half of the trailer, which not only accommodated extra lockers, but also two snow sleds, which are about the same age as a camper van. You can bid on a nearly fifty-year-old trailer at Bring’s Trailer Auction, and we’d love to know how much they’d pay for it.
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