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Almost Prehistoric Photos Of A 1920s Douglas Fir Cabin RV Built On A 3 Ton Truck

You might think that 100 hundred years is a long time – and it is on a human scale. And my, oh my how far RVs have come in just a few generations.

These photos were taken sometime in the 1920s. If you know more about the origins of these photos, please let us know. They were found on the National Serro Scotty Organization Newsletter.

The RV looks to be made from a single, enormous Douglas fir log. Douglas fir trees can grow upwards of 250 feet in height, and are the second-tallest conifer in the world, after the coast redwood.

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