How About a Toy Hauler?

Alonzo, Bob
September 2010
PN;Sep2010, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p28
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the author's experience of living in Holiday Rambler Corp.'s motorhome. The author asserts that the motorhome had the recreational vehicle (RV) adapted to fit the special needs of a paraplegic. He adds that the entry door of the RV had been widened and a wheelchair life had been installed. He says that he and his wife had so much fun and felt comfortable living in the RV.


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