The Legend of the Carterbago
Legends are born, not made. Well, except for the Carterbago. Seriously, look at the size of that thing. Ain’t nobody birthing that. Most definitely, somebody made it.
You may be wondering why in the world Carter Chevrolet has its very own tricked-out Winnebago. After all, it’s maybe the biggest thing that sets us apart from any other dealer you’ve ever visited — setting aside the t-shirts, cargo shorts, beards, and fried chicken, of course.
The legend of the Carterbago is vast and complex, passed down from generation to generation. Some suggest that the Carterbago was forged in the kiln of a great smith from days of yore who vowed to create a vehicle so awesome that only the raddest dudes could ride around in it. Its skeleton is crafted from dragon bones and pure molten steel, and the sheet metal over those bones was pulled from a spaceship that crash landed on Earth from Planet Funk. If you listen closely at night, you can hear it predicting the future in its sleep.
No, not really. Here’s the full story: A customer had an RV they wanted to trade-in. We called an RV store, who told us we’d get $4,000 for it. But when we brought the RV in, it turned out that it had a water leak. So, thus, no four large and we’ve got an RV. And what does a dealership do when it has an RV it can’t do anything with? We wrap it, trick it out, and turn it into a party bus. Simple!
Sure, the dragon bones story is a touch more interesting, but what matters is that the Carterbago is 100 percent sweet and 100 percent Carter. You’ll find it right here in Okarche at Carter Chevy.