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RV & Camper Toys — The History of RVing in Miniature

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

2165851_rv_&_camper_toys.jpgFrom the distinctive silver Airstream trailers to Raggedy Ann and Andy’s camper van, from
perfectly constructed pop-up trailers to Fisher Price’s fold-open Class C, the world of
miniatures and miniature collecting has fascinated motorhomers and aficionados alike. RV & Camper Toys – the History of RVing in Miniature by John Brunkowski and
Michael Closen reflects the world of RVing in miniscule detail, though these RV miniatures
are much more than just playthings – but rest assured, the fanciful world of RV toys is
covered as well, with Barbie, Fisher Price, Weebles, Sesame Street, Matchbox and many more
making a delightful appearance in the world of motorhoming miniatures.


Organized by
sections that include: Early RV Toys, Airstream Toys, Camper Van & Class B RV Toys,
Class A Motorhome Toys, Little Kids’ RV Toys, Foreign RV Toys, and more.


A must-have for
motorhomers, vintage toy collectors, or for those wanting to start their own collection,
this full-color history makes a wonderful addition to your coffee-table collection – both
in the RV and out.


Published by Iconografix, MSRP $34.95. Available at major booksellers
online. For more information, visit Iconografix.

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