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Old 09-02-2016, 12:39 AM   #1
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Can you ID this RV?

Does anyone out there know the make, model, or year, of this RV.

I have this photo to go on and that is all. Needless to say, I'm smitten over it.

Appreciate your help!
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Old 09-02-2016, 03:32 AM   #2
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, Well, it is a late 60's early 70's model, so start your search in that time frame, see what you come up with? Google is your friend!
I had a 74 Shasta Class A, 25', on a P-30 Chevy chassis, 454, turbo 400, and loved it! The windows that are cut with the slash on the sides are from that era! Good luck with your search! Rail!
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1970 Starcraft Starliner? This is from member L8asusul's photo ablum:



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Looks like we have a winner . That didn't take long.


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Nice job Erik, that is being right on the ball.
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Wow! You guys are good!!

Thanks Clifftall for putting this posting in the right category.

I love the look of these and will continue doing my research now that I know what I'm actually searching for! If anyone viewing this thread has anymore photos, info, or ownership opinions on these I'd love to hear it.

Appreciate it guys!
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You're welcome and welcome to the forum.

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Happy to help! Please post pictures when you find your gem.
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Thanks, Erik.

Unfortunately I don't think it'll be all that easy to find one! I was reading elsewhere in these forums and online that only 12 of these 19' models were produced?! The picture I'd posted was of one in SoCal about 2-3 years back with a for sale sticker in one of the windows... Just never really thought to inquire at the time and don't see it around anymore. If I'd known then what I know now...
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Here's a couple of color photo of it via google maps (10/01/2014).
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starcraft

hears one all tricked out
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The more I look into this the more I think it might be possible that the one Cliff posted above to ID the make/model (L8asusul's) is the same as the one I'd posted photos of... Hopefully L8asusul will chime in but it sounds like he purchased his in Orange County around 5/2013 and the one I knew of was street parked in OC around 10/14 - 5/15. Could very likely be the one he purchased and by the time I saw it she was cleaned up a bit. I'd be amazed if there were two white/orange one's in OC around the same time...
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The picture you have is not mine, it is in Lancaster as far as I know. That one is more original than mine. But it is a 1970 Starcraft Starliner 19ft. I talked to the man that was vice-president of Starcraft a few years ago trying to get info on the windshield.They supposedly built 19 of those over a two year period. 13 were sold to the public and the others were demos and donation vehicles.The HotRodRV was built using two motorhomes though he was selling the donor vehicle. I knew of two Blue models in northern Cali and mine so that was 5 accounted for. Your picture and mind had original windshields while the HRRV had option 2. Take windshields from a 60-70 Ford C600-800 and then add a bridging piece between them. I really miss that MH but did not have the space, time, nor money to do it justice.
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If you can't find a Starcraft, consider a Glastron. They appear to be very similar. Here's a link to one for sale:

1969 Glastron Motorhome (A) | Dodge | ViewRVs.com


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Thanks, Erik.

Unfortunately I don't think it'll be all that easy to find one! I was reading elsewhere in these forums and online that only 12 of these 19' models were produced?! The picture I'd posted was of one in SoCal about 2-3 years back with a for sale sticker in one of the windows... Just never really thought to inquire at the time and don't see it around anymore. If I'd known then what I know now...
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