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Well my 7 year old grandson found it for me. I have been told that the "Happy Max" motorhome in the movie, RV really didn't exist, but we have located it in a museum in Amarillo, TX! We will be going through Amarillo tomorrow, July 12th and hope to stop and see it and others in this RV museum. I believe it is even a free museum, I will post updates soon.


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Yes it is there. I was just on their website last week. Looks like an interesting place to fritter away a few hours.


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They did a story on Texas Country Reporter about this place and the guy (Jack Sisemore) that built the RV dealership and museum. Looks pretty cool.

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texasjayco wrote:

They did a story on Texas Country Reporter about this place and the guy (Jack Sisemore) that built the RV dealership and museum. Looks pretty cool.

HERE'S THE WEBSITE

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Thanks for the link. This is the first that I've heard about this place -looks cool!


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It is a great museum, and the owner of the RV dealership and museum could not be nicer. Very nice historical RVs and motorcycles in there and it is all at no charge. Go see it when visiting the Amarillo area.

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