1977 Toyota (Keystone) Micro Mini

Class CTyler, TX
2 seatbeltsSleeps 216 ftYear 1977
100 miles/day free

Meet your host, Brian

Member since 2018

My wife and I bought our first motorhome about 6 years ago and left our townhome near downtown Austin TX to begin our journey as full-timer RVers. We traveled to 40 states and Canada in the RV, making memories all along the way. That experience convinced us that RVing is THE best way to see the USA!
A few years ago we bought a house, then had a baby, and we're mostly stationary now.
We sold our first motorhome after renting it out, but we're back at it again with my recent restoration of a 77 Toyota MicroMini!

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Your safety and health is key. This host has committed to a thorough cleaning regimen informed by CDC guidelines.


Class CRental #203044

Totally rebuilt vintage 77 Toyota MicroMini! I finished the rebuild in 2020, chassis to roof. The mighty 4-cylinder gas engine and Manual 4-speed transmission will get you there a little slower than the big rigs (55-60mph is it's happy place) but you can get 15mpg! Not ideal for interstate travel but perfect for iconic scenic routes!

  • Sleeps: 2 guests
  • Seats: 2 seatbelts
  • Fuel: Gas
  • Transmission: Manual


Owner rules

  • Pet friendly
  • No music festivals
  • Tailgating friendly
  • No smoking

The roof is not a patio! Contact me first if roof access is required for maintenance, repair, or inspection.
NO Smoking! Your deposit will be retained to cover the cost of cleaning and running an ozone machine if you smoke in the RV.
Pets are allowed, but I do prefer a very thorough cleaning of the rig before you return it! If it comes back hairy, yucky or smelling like a wet dog, I won't be able to offer it as a pet-friendly rig anymore, so please be respectful for everyone here ;)
The Toyota is limited to 60mph! Please don't try to exceed that speed, and try to avoid interstates.
Return it with a full tank of gas, just like a rental car. Failure to do so will cost you $3.00/gal. If the waste tanks are not empty when you return the RV, you will be charged a $40 dump fee.

Rates

  • Daily$125.00 /night
  • Weekly$112.50 /night9.9% discount
  • Monthly$100.00 /night19.9% discount
Minimum stay
1 night
Refundable security deposit
$500.00
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Enhance your trip

  • Locking Thule 2-bike carrier

  • Premium local coffee and nondairy creamer


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Have a question?Get answers directly from the owner

Q.What flexibility is available for picking up and dropping off the RV?
A.
I do my best to accommodate your schedule!

Q.Are there any special tricks and tips that would help with operating the RV easily?
A.
It is a vintage carbureted Toyota from the 70s... That means you may have to pump the gas pedal a couple of time before turning the key to start it, and it may require 3 or 4 attempts if the engine is cold. Once it starts, the electric choke will make the engine idle high, but tap the gas pedal and it returns to normal idle speed (this is a normal function for choke on carbureted engines). It is a manual transmission! Push the clutch pedal in All The Way when shifting!

Q.How do the electric, water and sewage hook up work while setting up at the campground?
A.
A 30-amp RV power cord pulls out of the rear driver's side of the vehicle. A converter plug is included if you only have access to a standard 15-amp outlet (though this may limit functionality of appliances). The storage under the passenger side rear dinette cushion houses a water hose and filter (for city hookup, which is exterior driver's side wall). Also you'll find a sewage hose (in a plastic trash bag). There is a dump valve for black water, and a separate valve for gray.

Q.Are there any limitations to operating a small vintage motorhome like this one?
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Glad you asked! Yes. While it's size makes it easy to maneuver in urban environments, and makes 15mpg attainable, it also means you're limited on space, and more importantly, cargo. You must limit all cargo, including passengers, to 500lbs! You also must empty the holding tanks before traveling, with the exception of about 10 gallons of fresh water.