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A true blast from the past — a five-motorhome Ultra Van convoy (including Mini Mo and Whale) turned plenty of heads in the middle of the Arizona desert.
The original retro dash and between seats table on the Mellos’ Mini Mo.
Thar She Blows! Only 330 Corvair-powered Ultra Vans were produced before production ended in 1969. A dozen or more are currently available on the used market, ranging in price from $500 for a true project to $22,000 for a turnkey motorhome. To learn more, check out the Ultra Van Motor Coach Club (UVMCC) website www.corvair.org/chapters/Ultra Van.

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