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The Tiki Bago is one of Starlite’s fun and popular themed campers.  All we are missing is the ocean!

Styling is based on the great Tiki Bars of the 60’s... Think Trader Vic’s with dark wood & bamboo everywhere.

The Tiki Bago sleeps up to six.  In the rear of the coach is a full size bed to sleep two, the dinette folds down to a ¾ full for two more, and a ¾ full size bed for two more in the overhead bunk above the drivers seat.  All bedding and towels (except pool towels) are included.

Tiki’s kitchen has a stove with oven, sink and a refrigerator.  Basic dishes and cookware is included!

The Tiki Bago has a RV style restroom known as a wet bath... Shower, basin and RV type toilet in one room.  For guest wanting a bit more room the Starlite’s clean and comfortable common area restrooms are just a few steps away.

It’s Party Time!  

One of the fun features of the TikiBago is the included Tiki Bar, complete with a hand crank blender!  (Bring your own cocktails, booze not included)

Other outside amenities include a patio cover, picnic table, chairs, a fire ring and an elevated grill, and a Limbo Bar... How low can you go?

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History of the TikiBago

The TikiBago started life in 1973 as a Winnebago Brave.  In the early 70’s Winnebago Industries (Forest City, IO) revolutionized the motor home industry by developing a unique construction that allowed motor homes to be built economically and changed the RV world from trailers to motor homes.  When Tiki was first purchased the interior had been poorly painted... White latex paint was everywhere.  While it was ruined for restoration it did give the opportunity to create a custom interior that you see today.  The wood is leftover scraps from other restoration projects, you can find birch, oak and ash panels incorporated into the paneling.  It was one of the most fun projects to date!  Just an FYI for the mechanical types, the Tiki still runs great with a big Dodge 440 Cu In motor with just over 50,000 miles, however travel in it was not all that pleasant... It’s noisy, hot and drinks lots of gas!

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