The RV/MH Hall of Fame museum has received an extremely rare Airstream trailer for exhibit. Now on display at the museum in Elkhart, Indiana, is the 1958, 10 foot long Airstream der Kleiner Prinz (Little Prince) made as a prototype, personally named by Airstream founder Wally Byam and the only one of its size ever produced.
A gift from the collection of Kenneth M. Faber, an avid vintage RV collector and restorer, the unit is in immaculate condition and demonstrates the variety of trailers made by Airstream through the years. Airstream is the oldest name in RVs today and is a part of the Thor Industries family of RV companies.
The RV/MH Hall of Fame in Elkhart honors pioneers of the RV and manufactured housing industries with induction into the hall of fame and displays vintage units from both industries in the related museum. The RV/MH Library contains nearly 20,000 volumes of books, periodicals and sales brochures and nearly 5,000 photographic images.
RV/MH Hall of Fame
21565 Executive Parkway
Elkhart, IN 46514