Please note the aluminum colored trim piece at the top of the side in the above images does not appear on the RV at the below images... or the 5 circles on the beltline next to the side door, and full length sidewindows on one, and the other has windows with about a foot of exterior paneling between the back corner of the rv and the back edge of the side window
The above one is in the Motorhome Recreational Vehicle and Motor Home Hall of Fame in Elkhart, Indiana
Found on https://www.facebook.com/HCCCmagazine I posted this years ago in a gallery of unusual things, but it seems to deserve a place of it's own.
This one is in the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento permanent collection. It has been for at least 5-6 years. It is a hand built, one of a kind RV built by an Air Force officer with several engineering degrees.
It is based on a 1971 Olds Toronado chassis and has OEM trim from Cadillac. The panels, glass and such was all hand fabricated. The drivers location feels very much like an aircraft cockpit. It was designed to fit in the mans garage and after he and his wife put over 100,000 miles on it touring the U.S.
Thanks to Lou, who is a docent at the Cal Auto Museum in Sacramento, and told me that info!