This is a rare gem in the world of vintage campers: this Great Dale House Car is built on a 1965 Mercury Park Lane and is 1 of only 52 Great Dale House Cars ever made.
Built by the legendary Dale Wasinger of Denver, CO, this vintage camper is a testament to his ingenuity and craftsmanship. Wasinger developed a system for chopping a car in half, and he reportedly married the front to a 3/4 ton GMC Chassis. The result was a one-of-a-kind motor home that turned heads wherever it went.
This Great Dale House Car features a 390 engine and has approximately 32,000 miles on the odometer. But don’t let its age fool you – it has been meticulously restored in 2020 to bring it back to its former glory. Airbags and a backup camera were added to enhance its safety features.
Inside, you’ll find a combination of restored and rebuilt cabinets, along with updated plumbing and electrical systems. The stove/oven and sink are original, giving the camper an authentic vintage feel. But a new refrigerator has been added, ensuring that you can keep your food and drinks cold on your adventures.
One of the most significant upgrades to this vintage camper is the addition of a window style air conditioning unit. This was not a standard feature back in the day, but it’s a must-have if you plan on cruising down the road during the hot summer months. And with the trailer hitch generator mount, you can run the a/c while you’re on the move, beating the heat in style.
All in all, this vintage camper is a unicorn – rare, unique, and full of character. If you’re a collector or an adventurer looking for a one-of-a-kind motor home, the Great Dale House Car is the perfect fit. And with its recent restoration, it’s ready for the open road. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of history – this unit is also for sale!