Futuristic 1940’s/50’s/60’s Custom Made Motorhome.

Futuristic 1940’s/50’s/60’s Custom Made Motorhome.

Who wants to steer their motorhome from the roof?

Apparently, a guy named Randy Grubb did….

A few weeks ago I ran across across an episode of Jay Leno’s Garage where he featured a custom built motorhome called the Decoliner. You really have to see this thing to believe it! It’s really cool.

It was custom built by Randy Grubb from Oregon and it was built on a 1973 GMC chassis that was based on a front wheel drive Oldsmobile 455 platform.

 

Decoliner Multticlique
Decoliner                                                                                                    Multticlique

 

The motorhome was inspired by houseboat on Lake Shasta that had a flying bridge. Randy thought that was cool so he decided to build a motorhome with a flying bridge so he could drive it like a convertible from upstairs or from the inside like a normal motorhome. It is custom built out of aluminum and weighs around seven thousand pounds.

 

Decoliner Multticlique
Decoliner                                                                                                    Multticlique

 

It’s really cool…especially hand blown portholes and the stairs.

Check it out…

 

 

Go to the next page for a video from Storage Wars with the Decoliner.

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