Re: Rally to celebrate 40 years of the Roadtrek.
That is an amazing feat, and they keep on doing it right - listening to the owner's and making improvements along the way. I can remember seeing my first one in the late 70's outside a Naval Air Station in VA; it was off the side of a road, and I thought the guy was broken down. I stopped to offer help....they were having coffee. They gave me a tour, and I was hooked. I never forgot that machine...now I have one and just as proud of mine as that couple was of theirs. Safe travels.
Ron J. Moore