RV History: Motorized RVs

By Al Hesselbart From the earliest days of “motor camping,” (that is camping with motorized vehicles either to drive or to pull a trailer) driven RVs were known as “house cars.” One of the earliest was the “Touring Landau,” a chauffeur-driven camping limo built by the Pierce-Arrow Motor Car company. It was much like a modern type “B” van camper where…

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