A Twenties Motor Home Complete with a Lawn

Charles Miller of Ogden, Oregon, built this most creative motor home with its own lawn. Miller had visited every state in the Union according to this press photo dated Sept. 6, 1929. The caption goes on to tell us that the grass had to be cut frequently. The banner on the rear most panel tells us, Road courtesy costs nothing….Pays lots. The Old Motor photo.

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4 Responses to A Twenties Motor Home Complete with a Lawn

  1. Jeff Downer Indianapolis says:

    is that yard a slideout feature? Might be some something present day RV manufacturers should consider. lol.

  2. Hope says:

    There is nothing new under the sun. He was a man before his time.

  3. Stevie Tseng says:

    This is exactly what I want! Though differently I plan to plant veg on the top because of the sun . It is my dream to live self sufficiently while traveling. Hope to recive more ideas to make my dream come true!

  4. Stevie Tseng says:

    Did it has toilet ,shower and kitchen? Would be great if it ran on air!!

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