This 26-foot 1972 Krager motorhome was built by the Krager Company in Winona, Minnesota. Winona’s other claim to fame is that it is the birthplace of actress Winona Ryder. Like Ryder, whose family moved to Petaluma, California, when she was a small child, the Krager motorhome’s tenure in Winona was very brief. At most, there were a few dozen units manufactured under the name Krager Kustom Koach, but despite their limited numbers they are very easy to spot thanks to their unusual front end. The modestly proportioned vehicle was powered by a generous 392 V8 International “Cornbinder” engine. The Krager’s short wheelbase, high center, and noncorrosive fiberglass body made it more adaptable to backcountry roads than other bulky motorhomes. These qualities were meant to appeal to outdoorsmen and hunters. The unit was fully self-contained and was equipped with sleeping accommodations for four adults in bunk beds, rather than the standard two double beds. This lodging style definitely appealed to manly outdoorsmen. The Krager is owned by James Weaver Jr. Photographed at the Deming Log Show Grounds, Bellingham, Washington.