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"Motor camping is in it's infancy", observed the shrewd and sure-footed motoring journalist George W. Sutton in this 1921 VANITY FAIR article concerning the evolution of campers. To further illuminate his readers, Sutton provided black and white plans illustrating the interior of two campers mounted on the back of Ford chassis (during the 1920s, Ford Model Ts were by far the most common make of automobile). Although there were a handful of camper-shell manufacturers at the time, the two pictured here were custom made.

Facts about American car ownership in the 1920s can be read here...

     


Campers of 1921 (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1921)

Campers of 1921 (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1921)

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