Calif. RV Show to Feature ‘Rock My RV’ Vehicles

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October 3, 2013 by   Comments Off on Calif. RV Show to Feature ‘Rock My RV’ Vehicles

"Scum Scouts," a used Coachmen motorhome revamped on "Rock My RV With Brett Michaels"

Fueled perhaps by the ongoing resurgence of the RV market, viewers of the popular reality television show “Rock My RV With Brett Michaels” tune in weekly to watch as used recreational vehicles are updated in with unique interiors and wild exterior designs.

At the upcoming 61st Annual California RV Show, hosted by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association and held Oct. 11-20 at the Fairplex in Pomona, Calif., followers of the Travel Channel series can view several of these creations in person.

As noted in a release, all of the RVs featured in the show had to be unique in several ways. First they had to be older than 10 years and still being used by the owners. Secondly, the RV owners had personal stories related to how they use their RV for vacations, traveling or to live in most of the time. Finally, each owner had to allow Bret Michaels and his team of engineers and designers to scrap the interiors and start from an empty shell.

Among the RVs redesigned by Michaels and his crew:

• Dan Caldwell’s Tapout. The RV has a gatling gun mounted on the roof — but instead of bullets, it shoots out t-shirts. A one-of-a-kind spiral stairway allows the owner to get to the top of the RV.

• Gypsy, owned by photographer Meeno Peluce, which features a rear slideout built to give the motorhome an unusual bed that looks like a gypsy’s caravan. The exterior graphics also reflect the gypsy theme.

• The Scum Scouts RV, a Coachman model owned by Tracy and Juanita Mendonsa that was a special dedication to their son, Zach, who passed away. His drawing of a Scum Scout was used as the exterior graphics while the interior incorporates all the bright colors in Zach’s design.

The West Coast’s largest RV show, the California RV Show will feature more than 1,000 RVs on display plus entertainment, food and educational seminars. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sun. – Thurs. and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Fri. and Sat. Adult admission is $10; kids 17 and under are free. For more information, call (818) 248-6600.

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