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Historian Al Hasselbart offers a tour of The RV/MH Museum in Elkhart, IN - the world's largest collection of Recreational Vehicles and the historic archives of the Manufactured Housing and RV industry.

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Description
The RV/MH Museum in Elkhart, IN – the world’s largest collection of Recreational Vehicles and the historic archives of the Manufactured Housing and RV industry.
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2013-03-19 06:03
last episode published
2013-02-25 12:54
publication frequency
166.59 days
Contributors
Al Hasselbart author  
Nick Russell owner  
Explicit
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Number of Episodes
4
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Categories
Society & Culture Sports & Recreation Places & Travel History Outdoor

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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
25.02.2013

Model T Ford RV

Slide-Outs in 1916 The RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum features a collection of early RV’s – and one of the oldest of these is featured in this episode of History on Wheels. This is a 1915 Model T Ford with a 1916 Camper Box – sold for various runabout a...
Al Hasselbart author
27.10.2011

Bunk House Camper from the 60s

1966 Mustang Travel Trailer This trailer is one of the last of its kind, however, it is one of the very earliest of the bunk house campers and has  quite a remarkable kitchen, including a 2 bin stainless steel sink, Coleman style wall furnace, and one ...
Al Hasselbart author
21.10.2011

1964 Clark Cortez Motorhome

It took a fork lift manufacturer to develop America’s first front wheel drive motorhome. Host Al Hesselbart shows us a 1964  Clark Cortez, a product of the Clark Equipment Co., which at the time, was America’s leading manufacturer of fork lift vehicles...
Al Hasselbart author
14.10.2011

50s style close-quarters camping

Vintage 1957 Serro Scotty Trailer This qualifies as a 12′ unit, but has a shorter living space. John Serro began in 1956 & 1957 to build campers that could fit in a conventional garage doors. He built these into the 70’s. All though they were all c...
Al Hasselbart author