Vintage Motorhomes

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Motorhomes of yesteryear. These amazing vintage motorhomes were once road tripping across the lands.

Which is your favourite? Could you imagine driving in one of these today?

1926
1926 Motorhome Coffs Coast Holiday Parks

1926 Motorhome

 

1929
Homemade motor home 1929 coffs coast holiday parks

1929 Homemade motorhome

 

1909

A 1909 ‘picnic tender’ complete with refrigerator, stove and folding table.

A 1909 ‘picnic tender’ complete with refrigerator, stove and folding table.

1909 ‘Picnic Tender’ complete with refrigerator, stove and folding table

 

1924
1924 Custom-built motor home in Ohio.

1924 Custom-built motorhome in Ohio, USA

 

1920

The sides of this 1920 trailer dropped down to make two canvas-covered sleeping compartments for four people.

 

1939

This pop up trailer was featured in the 1939 edition of Popular Mechanic

This pop up trailer was featured in the 1939 edition of Popular Mechanic

This pop up trailer was featured in the 1939 edition of Popular Mechanic

This pop up trailer was featured in the 1939 edition of Popular Mechanic

 

1920’s
1920’s Model T Cottage Conversion

1920’s Model T Cottage Conversion

 

1926

1926 Detroit Family in their Custom Motorhome, traveling to Florida

1926 Detroit Family in their Custom Motorhome, traveling to Florida

1926 Detroit family in their custom motorhome, traveling to Florida

 

1919

Gospel Car Number 1 belonged to a preacher and his family. Came with a mobile pulpit and organ. These photos were taken in 1919.

1919 Gospel Car Number 1 belonged to a preacher and featured a mobile pulpit and organ.

1919 Gospel Car Number 1 belonged to a preacher and featured a mobile pulpit and organ

 

1947
The Shoreland Tandem Town and Country, made by Streamlite, was a great attraction at the 1947-48 Sport & Travel Show in Chicago, Illinois. Designer Donald Hamm styled the thirty-footer to match Chrysler’s Town and Country woodie.

The Shoreland Tandem Town and Country, made by Streamlite, was a great attraction at the 1947-48 Sport & Travel Show in Chicago, Illinois. Designer Donald Hamm styled the thirty-footer to match Chrysler’s Town and Country woodie.

 

1920’s
1920s RV

1920s RV

 

1918
1918 Camper – Pull out picnic table and roll up curtains.

1918 Camper – featuring pull-out picnic table and roll up curtains.

 

1921
1921 Motorhome

1921 Motorhome

 

1924
1924 Family Displaying Custom Chevrolet Motorhome in Texas.

1924 Family Displaying Custom Chevrolet Motorhome in Texas.

 

1920’s
1920s RV

1920s RV

 

1922
1922 Motorhome

1922 Motorhome, Germany

 

1920’s
1920s RV made from a single Douglas Fir log.

1920s RV made from a single Douglas Fir log

 

Vintage Teardrop Trailer.

Vintage Teardrop

 

 

Photos courtesy of The Homestead Guru.