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I don’t know what cosmic influences caused this, but I’ve had a buildup of oddball motorhome material in my Inbox for the last month or so, which means plenty of RV posts for you this week.
We’ll start with photos Geoff Hacker recently sent us of Frank Cornell’s Krager Kustom Koach, a 26-foot motorhome that originated in Winona, Minnesota. Started by Eugene Krager, the motorhome featured an International Harvester chassis and 392 engine and a fully fiberglass body shell. It was apparently marketed to sportsmen and hunters, especially those who brought their buddies out on backwoods trips with them, and contained four bunk beds to accommodate all the manly men. A 1970 patent (D219,012) covers the design of the Krager, though I imagine they were fairly safe from copycats. Allegedly, just a couple dozen were built.