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Fascinating Evolution of the American RV

AutoNXT Logo By Perry Stern of AutoNXT | Slide 1 of 120:      Many Americans love the idea of escaping their everyday lives and traveling the country in an RV. This isn’t a new notion — people have been enjoying the benefits of RV travel for more than 100 years. We paid a visit to the Recreational Vehicle / Motor Home Hall of Fame Museum in Elkhart, Indiana, and relished a trip to the past as we wandered through the surprisingly varied collection of RVs and travel trailers that date back to 1913. Those passing through Elkhart should definitely stop for a look around; in the meantime, take a quick break to appreciate highlights of an American pastime still going strong today.

A Look Back

Many Americans love the idea of escaping their everyday lives and traveling the country in an RV. This isn’t a new notion — people have been enjoying the benefits of RV travel for more than 100 years. We paid a visit to the Recreational Vehicle / Motor Home Hall of Fame Museum in Elkhart, Indiana, and relished a trip to the past as we wandered through the surprisingly varied collection of RVs and travel trailers that date back to 1913. Those passing through Elkhart should definitely stop for a look around; in the meantime, take a quick break to appreciate highlights of an American pastime still going strong today.

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience

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