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Welcome to one of the largest collections of vintage mobile homes online!

We love vintage mobile homes and like to share articles about their history. From tents to the huge manufactured homes we have today, there were a lot of cool models and awkward steps in between. Learn about a few of them here.

Remodeled Bus Converted Into A Tiny Home

We here at Mobile Home Living are fans of all kinds of mobile and manufactured homes. Especially ones that go beyond what you would typically think of. Perfect example, this completely remodeled bus converted into a tiny home that was recently shared on Facebook. Enjoy! A Look at This Remodeled Bus Here are the Details of the Listing:  REMODELED…

This Vintage Airstream Remodel is so Cool

I am just a tad bit obsessed with vintage Airstream remodels. There's just something about that shiny aluminum, I guess! I especially love seeing how people remodel a vintage camper - will they keep it original or will they add modern touches? This vintage Airstream remodel has lots of modern additions but still lets the vintage shine through. The…

Years in Review: Popular Features of Mobile Homes Built In 1985

By the time the 1980's rolled around mobile home builders had been designing homes for over 60 years and every possible layout and design had been tried so mobile homes built in 1985 were kind of boring, to be honest. It had taken the industry a few years to work the kinks out after the HUD code became the law of the land in 1976. A lot of changes…

This Iconic Vintage Mobile Home in Blue Skies Village is too Cool

Bing Crosby sang and danced his way into the hearts of millions and is known as one of the most influential entertainers of the 20th century. He had a little side interest that was pretty cool, too - he was a big fan of mobile homes and helped develop one of the most famous mobile home parks in America, the Blue Skies Village. The mobile homes in…

Rachel Ashwell’s Paradise Cove Shabby Chic Masterpiece

Here at Mobile Home Living, we have featured many Paradise Cove Homes. Known as the most expensive mobile home park in America, this park is home to some of the most amazing mobile homes around! Rachel Ashwell's home is no exception!  Featured on My Domaine blog we just had to share Rachel's masterpiece. Stylish Shabby Chic Rachel…

1957 Casa Manana Mobile Home is Vintage Perfection

This 1957 Casa Manana mobile home is an excellent piece of history! The Henslee Company, out of Arlington, Texas built this 36' long and 8' wide mobile home. Research shows that the Henslee Company began building mobile homes around 1954. Atlas Mobile Home Directory states in 1955 a 27' Casa Mobile Home sold for $2395.00. The 33' was $2995.00,…

Vintage Camper Restoration: 1962 Streamline Duchess

Paula Lajoie just completed her second vintage camper restoration on a 54 year old Streamline Duchess and the result is amazing! 1962 Streamline Duchess Before the Vintage Camper Restoration Restoring vintage campers is a great outlet for Paula's creativity. She's an avid DIYer and a passionate admirer of vintage campers.  For the last 17 years…

This 1956 Spartan Executive Mansion is Iconic

This 1956 Spartan Executive Mansion is charming and cozy and the true tiny house. Being environmentally friendly and affordable should get tiny house fans to take a second look at mobile homes. Unfortunately, mobile homes have a nasty stigma hanging on to them and that may be too much for those that are only interested in appearances.

Vintage Mobile Home Series: Stewart Bi-Level Mobile Home

A Bi-Level Mobile Home is a favorite among vintage mobile home fans. Their great use of space and unique floor plans were ahead of their time. Stewart Bi-Level Mobile Home This restored Stewart Bi-Level Mobile Home is a beauty! Unfortunately, the park it's located in closed in January and the owners needed to sell it. Since the original Craigslist…

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