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Aloha 30'

Aloha 30' in Beethoven's 3rd, Movie, 2000 IMDB

Class: Bus, Class A Motorhome — Model origin: US

Aloha 30'

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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TheDriver CH

2006-04-12 11:20

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Are the wheels the only round pieces that this ugly bunch of crap posseses?

coopey ES

2006-04-12 12:34

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headlights are round too :p

antp BE

2006-04-12 18:26

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And the steering wheel too ? Or did they put the square steering wheel of the Austin Allegro ? :D

hiergehts CH

2006-04-14 01:14

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A cheap and ugly cardboard box masquerading as a motorhome.. ;)

firebird86 US

2006-04-16 01:31

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wow, I wouldnt let my dog stay in that !!!

darth j

2006-04-20 18:54

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A Winnibago ? Couldn't find a picture this ugly ...

jplemoine FR

2006-04-20 19:20

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Le concours des horreurs continue!

jplemoine FR

2006-04-21 17:07

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Ce bunker à roulettes semble bien faire l'unanimité... a real dream car... :cry:

ben68 BE

2006-04-21 19:17

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Possibly Winnebago something...

Ddey65 US

2006-04-22 19:31

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Oh, it's anything BUT a Winnebago. I know Winnebagoes from the 1960's & '70's and they looked nothing like this.

firebird86 US

2006-05-21 02:03

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This thing looks like an OLD Champion

texwiller FI

2006-05-22 11:33

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I believe it's a Dodge motorhome. I have seen a picture of Elvis Presleys car collection and he had a dodge motorhome just like this.

Ddey65 US

2006-07-09 00:21

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texwiller wrote I believe it's a Dodge motorhome. I have seen a picture of Elvis Presleys car collection and he had a dodge motorhome just like this.

I can see a bit of Dodge influence in the grille.

firebird86 wrote This thing looks like an OLD Champion

Any chance there's a link to it?


Firebird86 US

2006-07-09 00:43

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Ive never stopped looking for this thing, :lol:

banger134 EN

2007-01-31 12:47

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could it be a frank Link to "jaycronen.com"

CrazyCars EN

2008-01-07 09:36

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Could be yes

Ddey65 US

2008-03-31 05:52

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banger134 wrote could it be a frank Link to "jaycronen.com"

Ooh, that looks close. The grille bars on this one doesn't spread out that wide, though. Plus, the sides tend to stretch out in front of it.

-- Last edit: 2008-03-31 05:52:44

frixmax DE

2010-10-07 19:40

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Could be a very early "Hymer Mobil", a German mobile home maker (see: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hymer)

Ddey65 US

2011-05-22 05:46

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I'm afraid there haven't been too many German motor homes on this side of the Atlantic, other than Volkswagen Campmobiles.


ingo DE

2011-05-22 14:30

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frixmax wrote Could be a very early "Hymer Mobil", a German mobile home maker (see: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hymer)


For sure not. :o It's definetely some American Camper. The old boxy Hymers are also smaller, based often on Bedford CF, Mercedes T1 and IIRC also on the T1-predecessor, the 207, resp.Hanomag F20.

Mudflap SX

2011-05-24 19:25

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I've been working on this for a LONG time. :D I think, I've finally found something..

Could it be, Tiffin Allegro? /vehicle_327980-Tiffin-Allegro-1978.html

It has some minor differences, but overall, seems to match. :think:

What do you think??

chicomarx BE

2011-05-24 19:28

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Close but no cigar, as Bill Clinton would say.

carcrasher88 US

2011-05-24 19:34

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Actually, that seems even further off...

Ddey65 US

2011-05-31 00:43

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Yeah, carcrasher88 is right. I've seen Tiffin Allegros of the late-1980's and I even submitted one. That's way off.

AMC man

2011-10-04 00:01

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I think it might be a Champion motorhome the squared off front and the paint job all match a Champion motorhome but there are some details that dont match like the grill and headlights they remind me more of a Tiffin Allegro an executive motorhome or an AMF Skamper.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-04 00:02:24

kudos SX

2011-10-07 21:53

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Foretravel?
http://www.dodgetravcos.com/index.php?p=1_33_Foretravel-History

ingo DE

2011-10-07 22:29

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:think: Hmmm, it seems indeed so.

AMC man

2011-10-15 21:24

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OK there are not a lot of campers out there that are quite this ugly so I have gathered up some possibilities we have a Champion motorhome Link to "3.bp.blogspot.com" we have the Tiffin Allegro /vehicle_331144-Tiffin-Allegro.html the AMF Skamper /vehicle_437333-AMF-Skamper.html a Winnebago /vehicle_365273-Winnebago-Brave-1972.html along with these http://www.dodgetravcos.com/index.php?p=1_42&p2=1 I found this one that seems to match pretty well Link to "www.dodgetravcos.com" unfortunately I cant figure out what the one in my link is. so make your own opinion or think of more possibilities. by the way I doubt it is the Foretravel above it is just a bit to ugly to be a Foretravel we may never know what it is unless we ask someone who worked on the film. the links were the closest things I could find

-- Last edit: 2011-10-18 17:03:50

antp BE

2011-11-25 14:06

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They are similar because they are just boxes on wheels, but the details very too much.
(and Cheif is written Chief)

-- Last edit: 2011-11-25 14:06:26

tom11

2012-01-06 04:13

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The windows, door, and wheelbase look a lot like a mid 1970s Executive Diplomat II /vehicle_167883-Executive-Diplomat-II.html they also look a lot like a mid 1970s Champion http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/123/campingcaradwk8.jpg/ or a 1971 Georgie boy Cruise-Air /vehicle_61092-Georgie-Boy-Cruise-Air-1971.html or a 1976 Dodge Southwind http://www.freeride.co.uk/img/review/large/2462.jpg

chrome83 CA

2012-04-14 10:55

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I can't find anything like it. Kinda Looks like an old Dodge Aloha Link to "www.google.ca" But the front grill and angeled windows do not match.

-- Last edit: 2012-04-14 10:59:30

tom11

2012-04-17 04:07

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I agree with you chrome83, I think you've finally found it. This is an early-1970s Aloha, although probably not the same year or model, it looks quite similar to this one when it drives closer http://imgc.classistatic.com/cps/poc/120223/364r1/9993f9_27.jpeg its probably not the same year or model, but its definitely an Aloha.

tom11

2012-04-17 17:05

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After thinking about the year and model, its probably an Aloha 30', as 24' was shorter, and the year is about 1973.

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