Author(s): John Brunkowski
Although the phrase "trailer trash" is catchy and kitschy in describing mobile home living, this revealing peek into a stereotype that has dogged the mobile home since its earliest days challenges that label and defends the honor of the trailer home. Via nearly 400 colorful and fun imagesincluding 300 postcards, home advertising, emblems, newspaper articles, memorabilia, and other items of interestthe novel point is made: the mobile home most assuredly deserves greater respect. Ten chapters explore features of mobile home living from the history, residential parks and amenities, and mobile mansions to interior and exterior designs, and the people who live in them. So, keep an open mind. You may come away with a new attitude about the mobile home.
John Brunkowski and Michael Closen have been RVers for over 25 years, own a vintage Airstream trailer and a Tiffin motorhome, are members of several RV organizations, have written RVing articles for several magazines, and have authored five previous RV books.