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Vintage Trailer Brand Wiki Table of Contents

Here are the Vintage trailer, camper and motor homes with wiki pages:

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INDEX

Categories:

Decade Made
   1910s
   1920s
   1930s
   1940s
   1950s
   1960s
   1970s
   1980s
   1990s
   2000s
State
   Alabama
   Alberta
   California
   Canada
   European
   Florida
   Georgia
   Idaho
   Illinois
   Indiana
   Iowa
   Kansas
   Maine
   Michigan
   Mississippi
   Nebraska
   New Brunswick
   New York
   Ohio
   Ontario
   Oregon
   Pennsylvania
   South Carolina
   Tennessee
   Texas
   Washington
   Wisconsin

Vintage Camper History

More popular than ever, vintage camper trailers appeal to both young and old alike. There are many styles to choose from, including teardrop, pop-up, folding, and Airstream. Vintage house trailers, built in either plywood, aluminium and fiberglass, were once built only by skilled tradesmen, but modern mass production methods have made campers less expensive and more obtainable than ever.

vintage camper history

The main selling point of house trailers, also referred to as caravans, was the affordable price, appealing mainly to middle class families. They now had the option to drive to other U.S. states or European towns they had never been to, as other travel methods were too expensive. After WWII, people realized how much easier and cheaper it was to travel with a house trailer, and soon trailer sites started to appear in the countryside and parks.

Origins Of The Travel Trailer

Praised as one of the most revolutionary eras in history in terms of technology, the 1930s paved the way for many of the inventions we use on a regula