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Ever think about wanting to own or rent an rv? Maybe you know someone who owned a recreational vehicle at one point and always wondered what it would have been like to take it on those fun holiday trip you’ve dreamt about. Well as time has passed, we’ve seen different style of travel trailers come and go and as more time passes, those vintage trailers people were so drawn to in the past are becoming more and more extinct. Well, if you’re one of those people that wants a classic trailer without sacrificing the perks of modern technology, there’s a certain travel trailer on the market that may grab your attention.
Whether you’ve been in travel trailers throughout your life or it’s your first time, the Riverside RV Whitewater Retro is the perfect fit for most travelers looking for that nostalgic look in a travel trailer without sacrificing the comfort of modern living. Aside from its vintage look being the center of attention, it also is recognized for its weight capacity, durable structure, and overall comfort; making this particular retro style trailer grow more in popularity for people who may want to own a classic trailer.
Combining a classic look with modern features, the Riverside RV Whitewater Retro uses sleek lines and a color pallet popular in the 1960’s. For two of its styles, the Polar White Aqua Retro and the Pewter Red Retro, each has a 155, 155XL, 175, and a 177 version which differentiate in size and carrying capacity. While the 155 has a length of 14’9 feet and a total dry weight of 1840 which is small enough to fit in a garage, the 177 has a larger length of 18’6 feet, having a total dry weight of 2530 lbs.; making it one of the easiest travel trailers to tow with just about any vehicle regardless of whatever version you choose.
Aside from its great style and nice features, this recreational vehicle was built to last. Created with genuine Amish craftsmanship, the Whitewater Retro is created with a welded aluminum cage, batting insulation, and a radiant barrier; making this particular travel trailer, very durable and also very affordable.
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Now if you’re in the market to rent an rv or own a vintage style travel trailer in the Houston Texas area, I’d begin your search by visiting Holiday World (www.hwhrv.com) (www.hwhrv.com/Riverside RV) and taking a look at a Whitewater Retro in person. Be one of those people that grab other travelers attention at campgrounds with a one of a kind vintage style travel trailer from Riverside RV and stand out from the crowd.
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There was a time in the RV business when travel trailers were made with 1×2 wood studs and covered in tin with a little bit of paint slapped on the outside. They were heavy, ugly and were not much more than a metal sided camper. How things have changed!
New technologies have brought RVs to an entirely new level of quality and comfort unheard of before. Aluminum framing, laminated fiberglass side walls and one piece roofs have made RV much lighter and more durable than they have even been. Advances in sealers and construction techniques have virtually eliminated the typical problems camper trailers have had with leaking and inefficient use of space.
Lighter weight construction coupled with advancements in suspension systems and hitches make towing so much easier than ever before. RV enthusiasts have so much more control over their trailers when towing than they have ever had. This makes for a much safer and more enjoyable trip with the family.
There was a time when RV manufacturers used the lightest and cheapest furniture and interior appointments they could get. The result was even expensive trailers looked cheap. Couches were extremely uncomfortable to sit on much less sleep on and dinettes tables were so bad no one wanted to even eat there. Mattresses were so thin you could almost read the paper through one and you felt every spring in the middle of your back all night. After using one during a vacation you could not wait to get back home.
Now manufacturers have begun using quality furniture and appliances. Many have gourmet kitchens, pillow top mattresses and air beds sleeper sofas. You can even get a recliner to sit in while you watch you 50″ LCD TV in the comfort of ducted air-conditioning. RVs have definitely changed a lot.
The biggest change however, has come with the advent of the Internet. Gone are the days of trudging to one RV lot after another, listening to one sales pitch after another just to see different floor plans and prices. You can now do it all in your underwear sitting at your computer. You can compare prices, see floor plans and options and then go buy the one that trips your trigger.
For proof of this, all you have to do is look in the mirror. You are reading this article about RVs on your computer rather than going to your local RV dealership and looking at RVs for yourself. A-HA!! I do know what I am talking about after all.
No matter how you shop for the RV you want, just remember they are not your grandparents camper trailer any more. Get an RV and see our great country the way it was meant to be seen. Go RVing today. You will be glad you did.