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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. But this isn’t a new notion — people have been enjoying the benefits of RV travel for more than 100 years. Recently we visited to the Recreational Vehicle / Motor Home Hall of Fame Museum in Elkhart, Indiana, and enjoyed a trip to the past as we wandered through the surprisingly varied collection of RVs and travel trailers that date back to 1913. If you are ever passing through Elkhart be sure and stop for a look around; in the meantime, take a quick break from the everyday to appreciate highlights of an American pastime that is still going strong today.

A Look Back

Many Americans love the idea of escaping their everyday lives and traveling the country in an RV. But this isn’t a new notion — people have been enjoying the benefits of RV travel for more than 100 years. Recently we visited to the Recreational Vehicle / Motor Home Hall of Fame Museum in Elkhart, Indiana, and enjoyed a trip to the past as we wandered through the surprisingly varied collection of RVs and travel trailers that date back to 1913. If you are ever passing through Elkhart be sure and stop for a look around; in the meantime, take a quick break from the everyday to appreciate highlights of an American pastime that is still going strong today.
© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience

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