Toyota Motorhomes For Sale
Toyota Class C RV Classifieds – North America
Welcome to Toyota RV For Sale!
The Toyota Motorhome is a classic Class C RV that encompasses a variety of motorhome models from various manufactures. These vintage and collectible motorhomes were made in 70s, 80s and early 1990s. For more information on this see the Toyota Motorhome History below.
Toyota Motorhomes are highly sought after today for a variety of reasons including the fuel economy, low price and vintage style. Motorhome buyers can find a Toyota Motorhome For Sale on Craigslist, eBay and RV Trader along with a variety of scattered resources online. We aim however to give buyers specifically looking for Toyota Motorhomes a one stop shop.
RARE – 6 Cylinder Toyota RV THIS IS THE ONE YOU’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR – CLEAN CLEAN CLEAN – The Wee Rose is for Sale – This 22-foot vintage RV has been babied and is […]
Hard to find 1981 Toyota SUNRADER for sale! -Current registration -Working AC -Upgraded 1-Ton rear Axle -Fiberglass – No Leaks ! This amazing little TOYhome is powered by the legendary 22R Engine (4 cylinder) with […]
1992 Toyota Liteace JDM Camper 4×4 1992 Toyota LiteAce, JDM, solar-powered cabin, lived in for 7 months as circled North America. It has everything needed for comfortable living. Very low-mileage, mechanically-sound, self-converted as journey transpired […]
Custom- Rare. Toyota, automatic 2WD with duallies and extended sleeper cab has less than 64,000 (CAN 103k km) original miles. Runs/handles great. This set is in excellent condition for its age. Great gas mileage. Matching […]
Restored 1978 pop top camper on a 1997 Toyota T100 2 wheel drive. I custom built this and I’ve driven it out West the last 10 Summers and stored in the winter time. Call me […]
1985 Toyota RV with low miles. Has about 35k original miles. New fuel pump , however there is a wiring issue. It will need to be towed. Bought with the intention of remodeling, but haven’t […]
I am selling my beloved 1991 Toyota! This beast is road worthy and ready to go! Well maintained and has been checked over recently by a mechanic. I just returned from living in it for […]
CLEAN 1975 Toyota Chinook This is a well taken care of road trip ready Chinook. I’ve been working on it here and there for a few years now. THE BAD Let’s get the bad out […]
1991 Winnebago Warrior 73k Miles V6 automatic engine 6 lug Engine fully serviced, fluids changed regularly, runs perfectly. 6 Brand new Hankook Vantra 8 ply tires (less than 100 miles on them) Fully inspected, passes […]
NO TITLE, DOESNT RUN. I originally bought this to restore but decided to build a camper van instead, it didn’t come with a title when i bought it and i never got around to getting […]
Class C Motorhome
Most of the visitors on this are familiar with the motorhome classifications but for those who are not here is a quick general reference guide.
• Class A – Full Size Motor Coach
• Class B – Camper Van
• Class C – “Mini Motorhome”
Class C Motorhomes are often referred to as Alcove or Cab-Over Motorhomes as they commonly have a double berth (sleeping area) over the driving cab. This is combined with a caravan style body of medium length, usually 22 to 33 feet long.
Class C motorhomes are advantageous because the owner receives better gas mileage like a camper van but has more self contained accommodations like a full size Class A motorhome. This class of motorhome is considered semi-integrated as sometimes the cab is separate from the camper portion, similar to a truck with a camper shell. Toyota Motorhomes are iconic as they were some of the first Class C motorhomes to hit the road back in the 70s.
Toyota Motorhome History
Today most major motorhome manufactures utilize the Ford E Series chassis to base their motorhome designs on, however back in 1970s they used the Toyota Truck.
This is the truck that the Toyota Tacoma was originally based on, but at the time was simply known as the Toyota Pickup in the United States or the Toyota Hilux in international markets.
Motorhomes were made on the standard duty Toyota truck chassis from 1977 to 1985 before moving to a one-ton cab and chassis in 1986. Motorhome makers continued to fabricate their shells on Toyota trucks until 1993 when weight restrictions caused them to move to the Ford E-Series (E450/550) Econoline chassis.
Models (Brands) & Manufacturers
The top three brands that most enthusiasts are aware of are the Toyota Chinook, Dolphin and Sea Breeze. The Chinook brand was made by Chinook the company while the Dolphin and Sea Breeze where made by the following manufactures.
• National RV
• New Horizons
Other popular Toyota Motorhome models were the Itasca and Winnebago Warrior both made by Winnebago Industries. Lastly Gardner Pacific was responsible for making the popular and iconic Toyota Sunrader Motorhome.