Inside the ‘time-warp’ 1970s motorhome with avocado bathroom suite, wood panelling and matching snowmobiles | The Sun

THE world's most 1970s motorhome has gone up for sale with an avocado bathroom suite and wood panelling.

The 1972 Ford C-750 Camelot Cruiser is up for auction with Bring a Trailer and the bidding is currently at $120,000.

The 1970s are famous for distinct design trends and they're found everywhere on this amazing motorhome.

It starts on the outside, with a head-turning two-tone green paint job with gold coach lines and lettering.

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But it's inside the Camelot Cruiser that will make you feel like you're stepping back in time.

There's wood panelling everywhere, yellow curtains, velvet furnishings and patterned tiling.


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It carries on in the bathroom, where you'll find an avocado-coloured sink and toilet, patterned wallpaper and a cream shower.

Much of the interior is also covered in a fetching green deep-pile carpet.

It's not short on luxury, though; the shower is a walk-in job, the kitchen is like the one you'd find in a house and there's a proper double bed too.

But perhaps the most amazing thing hidden away is a pair of matching snowmobiles.

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They're stored in a garage area at the base of the trailer and are painted in the same two-tone green as the motorhome itself.

Apparently, the truck and trailer started life separately but were fitted out and painted by Edler & Company of Skokie, Illinois.

The motorhome is up for sale in Florida and the hammer falls later today, so be quick if you fancy it.

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