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Would you buy this: classic RV edition

Motoring Research Logo By John Moroney of Motoring Research | Slide 1 of 17: Whether you’re a tin can tourist or just a canned ham fanatic, vintage trailers are definitely where it’s at. Unsurprisingly given the gentle climate, the Southwest has the most surviving gems, followed quickly by Portland, Oregon (insert joke about locally-sourced organic salt here). There are gems to be found all over the country, though, and many have already been restored, putting you that much closer to hitting the open road. We scoured the classified across the lower 48 to find some of the wildest wagons on the market today. Some here are unidentified: we just call them canned hams. More news from Motoring Research: The history of the Toyota Supra in picturesHome candles more toxic than diesel fumes, scientists sayStick it! The sports cars you can buy with a manual gearbox Follow MSN Autos on Facebook and Twitter

16 classic RVs we would definitely buy

Whether you’re a tin can tourist or just a canned ham fanatic, vintage trailers are definitely where it’s at. Unsurprisingly given the gentle climate, the Southwest has the most surviving gems, followed quickly by Portland, Oregon (insert joke about locally-sourced organic salt here). There are gems to be found all over the country, though, and many have already been restored, putting you that much closer to hitting the open road. We scoured the classified across the lower 48 to find some of the wildest wagons on the market today. Some here are unidentified: we just call them canned hams. 

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