Post by CorvettCrzy on May 14, 2014 19:09:30 GMT -8
I guess this answers my question about whether someone can attend a vintage trailer rally. Anyone here going to be there?
Folks have been finding ways to hitch the wagon to the back of the family car since family cars first rolled off the lines. Michigan's automotive history wouldn't be complete without a good travel plan. And one group has been coming to Camp Dearborn to celebrate the rich and colorful history of the travel trailer. Tin Can Tourists are holding their 17th Annual Gathering at the Milford, Michigan, campground this month. Nearly 200 travel trailers of all vintages will camp out from May 15 through the 18th. The North American Vintage Trailer and Motor Coach Show on Saturday, (May 17th from 11 to 3pm) will feature trailers and mobile mansions from days gone by including a 1948 Spartanette, with its polished wood interior and Art Deco curves, a 1936 Bowlus Road Chief, and a rare 1937 Curtiss Aerocar towed by a custom built 1938 International Truck. The show also includes shiny 1960s Airstreams, as well as Scotties and Shasta’s of every description and unique campers from GMC, Flxible and Travco. $3 admission fee per vehicle.
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