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CavemanCharlie

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I receive a magazine called Hemmings Classic Car. In the March 2021 issue (that has already arrived in my mailbox) there is a article called "Vintage Campers and Trailers" that I found interesting. It's printed under there "History Of Automotive Design 1916-1961" section. I thought that some of the members here might enjoy the article.

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Thanks. I love old school RV's back when they took pride in their craft.


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agesilaus wrote:

link?


The article is not online yet as far as I know. You will have to purchase the magazine. I didn't want to link on how to do that because I thought maybe that was to much like selling something and I didn't want to break any rules.

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CavemanCharlie wrote:

agesilaus wrote:

link?


The article is not online yet as far as I know. You will have to purchase the magazine. I didn't want to link on how to do that because I thought maybe that was to much like selling something and I didn't want to break any rules.


Good luck on that (the purchase)!
IIRC - (Rules) you can link to an article(?) - ask a Mod.

Most (all?) of the Hemmings mags are subscription only - which includes Hemmings Motor News ("World's Largest Collector car Marketplace").

Hemmings offers several additional "specialty" mags in advertised subscription offerings.

BTW - When there still was "brick & mortar" book stores, "Motor News" was usually available. (Like Trailer Life & Motor Home, LOL).

On edit: There is a *Vintage* Travel Trailer (sub-heading) in the Travel Trailer forum (here) - although not very popular....entering
threads from the last 12 months helps, but will only get about 8-10 posts.

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* This post was edited 02/03/21 12:11pm by ol Bombero-JC *

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ol Bombero-JC wrote:



Good luck on that (the purchase)!
IIRC - (Rules) you can link to an article(?) - ask a Mod.

Most (all?) of the Hemmings mags are subscription only - which includes Hemmings Motor News ("World's Largest Collector car Marketplace").

Hemmings offers several additional "specialty" mags in advertised subscription offerings.

BTW - When there still was "brick & mortar" book stores, "Motor News" was usually available. (Like Trailer Life & Motor Home, LOL).

On edit: There is a *Vintage* Travel Trailer (sub-heading) in the Travel Trailer forum (here) - although not very popular....entering
threads from the last 12 months helps, but will only get about 8-10 posts.

~


Hemmings does post some of their stories online, not this one so far.
https://www.hemmings.com/stories

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ol Bombero-JC wrote:

CavemanCharlie wrote:

agesilaus wrote:

link?


The article is not online yet as far as I know. You will have to purchase the magazine. I didn't want to link on how to do that because I thought maybe that was to much like selling something and I didn't want to break any rules.


Good luck on that (the purchase)!
IIRC - (Rules) you can link to an article(?) - ask a Mod.

Most (all?) of the Hemmings mags are subscription only - which includes Hemmings Motor News ("World's Largest Collector car Marketplace").

Hemmings offers several additional "specialty" mags in advertised subscription offerings.

BTW - When there still was "brick & mortar" book stores, "Motor News" was usually available. (Like Trailer Life & Motor Home, LOL).

On edit: There is a *Vintage* Travel Trailer (sub-heading) in the Travel Trailer forum (here) - although not very popular....entering
threads from the last 12 months helps, but will only get about 8-10 posts.

~


There is still a Barnes & Noble (brick and mortar) Book Store not to far from me.

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