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Bowlus Road Chief Vintage Travel Trailers


This is the Bowlus Road Chief Series of Vintage Travel Trailers.

It’s a very expensive but really awesome-looking vintage-style travel trailer. Currently, they have two models to choose from, the On The Road model which starts at $137,000, and the Endless Highways model which starts at $185,000.

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Bowlus Road Chief Vintage Travel Trailers

Bowlus Road Chief On The Road Model Copyright Bowlus Road Chief LLC 001

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The Bowlus Road Chief – On The Road © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

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The Bowlus Road Chief – On The Road © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

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The Bowlus Road Chief – On The Road © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

Sanctuary on wheels. Mobile office. Home away from home. The On The Road is stunningly crafted to balance elegance with practicality. This Road Chief is the perfect adventure companion for small families and singles. Inspired by our adventures along the Malibu coast, the On The Road is quintessential California: cozy, and connection-cultivating.

Learn more about this model: https://bowlusroadchief.com/on-the-road/

Endless Highways Vintage Travel Trailer By Bowlus Road Chief

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The Bowlus Road Chief – Endless Highways © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

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The Bowlus Road Chief – Endless Highways © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

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The Bowlus Road Chief – Endless Highways © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

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The Bowlus Road Chief – Endless Highways © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

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The Bowlus Road Chief – Endless Highways © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

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The Bowlus Road Chief – Endless Highways © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

The Bowlus Road Chief – Endless Highways © Bowlus Road Chief LLC

Video walkthrough of the Bowlus Endless Highways

Learn more about this model: https://bowlusroadchief.com/endless-highways/

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Bowlus Road Chief | Endless Highways | On The Road

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  • Avatar Lee Ann
    October 24, 2019, 1:57 pm

    These are gorgeous! And…..the beds and couches are not near the sinks. 😀 They really do look comfortable, as well as beautiful.

  • Avatar BRADLEY BOLTZ
    October 24, 2019, 3:10 pm

    How do you get out if there’s a fire? Otherwise, looks really well made and I like the streamlined exterior and clean lines of the interior. The tow vehicle’s a nice touch. bB

    • Avatar James D.
      October 25, 2019, 12:50 am

      In RV’s it’s typically whatever has a red lever to open it… Look at the bathroom wall by the shower and just past the wheel well bench seat…

    • Avatar David Pedersen
      October 28, 2019, 4:15 am

      I was thinking the exact same thing. If you are caught in the front bedroom, you can not get out. Windows are too small.

      • Avatar Mike
        October 28, 2019, 11:47 am

        There is a mandated escape hatch in the shower room. It’s also handy for opening to vent the humidity and to use the shower hose outside.

  • Avatar Jerry Dycus
    October 24, 2019, 4:52 pm

    The sad thing is this fine aero lightweight trailer is still state of the art and more, far better than made now. Note it only needs 1 axle as built to aircraft standards of the time. And a fine restoration on it.

  • Avatar Melissa
    October 25, 2019, 8:46 am

    Wow! During the video, I was thinking, that’s “what I would’ve done! Or that’s the exact electrical system I daydream of!” I was impressed by the weight. The bath and shower area were awesome! It seems the folks that executed this fine pull-behind travel trailer has experience in camping. There are so many little things I see here that add up to AWESOME! 👍🏼

  • Avatar Mike
    October 26, 2019, 5:49 pm

    We average 28+ mpg while traveling over 14,000 miles in our Bowlus Road Chief. Tow vehicle is BMW X3 with 2-liter diesel. The construction and engineering and even the layout is far, far better than our 2006 Airstream 25 FB as well as 3,000 pounds lighter but only 1 foot shorter.

  • Avatar Phill
    November 4, 2019, 8:01 am

    I absolutely “love” that second photo, from the top. The plate at bottom-left is spotless, despite being covered by “food”. I smell a sales and marketing rat. The Porsche hauler is “perfect”. Perfect bullshit. No sale, mother trucker!

    • Avatar Mike
      November 4, 2019, 10:36 am

      Yes, all these photos are company photos. The Bowlus Road Chief was towed routinely by a Porsche Panamera, a company car, three years ago. Now, the company car is a Porsche Macan, which also has no trouble towing a Bowlus Road Chief or it’s larger sibling. Heck, right from the start, the Bowlus Road Chief company demonstrator was towed by a Saab 900 convertible with about 180 hp, if memory serves. One owner that I know of tows theirs with a Tesla. When the dry weight is only 2,300 pounds, you have lots of towing options. BTW, the tongue weight of the Bowlus Road Chief is only about 150 pounds. Contrast that to over 600 pounds for my 0ld 25-foot Airstream. No anti-sway or leveling hitch required for the Bowlus unlike the Airstream.

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