Throwback Thursday Vintage RV: 1989 Holiday Rambler

by | Jan 12, 2017 | RV Spotlight | 0 comments

Optimum RV is one of the largest RV dealers in the Southeast, and they just happen to have a vintage motorhome we had to share! This 1989 Holiday Rambler 37Limited is our Throwback Thursday Vintage RV of the week! Keep reading to learn more.

Holiday Rambler is one of the top manufacturers of motorhomes in the country, and each RV is designed with full-time RV living in mind. With this vintage 1989 Holiday Rambler, you can live out your RVing dream for an affordable price of $19,995! This used motorhome sleeps 4, and is on sale at Optimum RV in Ocala, Florida. This dealer accepts all trades, including cars, trucks, boats, and even cattle!

This Holiday Rambler 37Limited includes air conditioning and heating, kitchen appliances, water heater, TV, and leveling jacks. To get more information about purchasing this motorhome, call 352-622-2886 or click here.

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