A 2005 Monaco Dynasty motorhome manufactured by Monaco Coach Corp. has been selected by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) for RV historian David Woodworth’s 30 city, 6,500 mile National RV History Tour, which launches March 28 from Palm Springs, Calif.
The National RV History Tour features Mae West’s 1931 HouseCar, an early motorhome that allowed the famed Hollywood actress to travel the country in the luxury of her “bungalow on wheels.”
Accompanying the actress’ vintage motorhome on the tour, and serving as its 21st century counterpart, is the 2005 42-foot Monaco Dynasty. 
“All the luxuries and amenities featured in the Monaco Dynasty that historian David Woodworth will have on this tour represent the many technological advancements that have been incorporated into RV manufacturing since Mae West ventured onto the highway in her 1931 HouseCar,” said John Nepute, president of Monaco.
This year, the National RV History Tour will be stopping at public campgrounds throughout the U.S. The “rolling museum” is free of charge and open to the public.