Gear Head Tuesday – Old Cars and Trailers

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A tip of the hat today to “Popcorn” for the material.

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1935 Pontiac with turquoise “canned ham” trailer.

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1936 Pierce-Arrow and Travelodge.

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1947 Buick Custom Sedanette and matching trailer.

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1949 Robert Bourke-designed Studebaker pickup with matching purple trailer.
No, this was NOT a standard Studebaker color!

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1951 Hudson “Step-Down” Commodore, apparently in Holland, with matching trailer.

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1956 Ford Customline Ranch Wagon and Shasta trailer.

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1952 Buick Special Riviera hardtop coupe and matching-colors trailer.

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1956 Ford Fairlane Ranch Wagon and teardrop trailer.

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1959 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe and customized Shasta trailer.

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1959 Chevrolet El Camino and Shasta trailer.

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1959 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special and matching-colors Shasta trailer.

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1962 Ford Cortina and custom trailer.

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  1. Beautiful units. Love ’em all. Some of those travel trailers I have never seen before. Many are standard fare from my childhood. I love the canned hams and tear drops. The Shasta was the cheap end Trailer, but I would bet these aren’t. LOL

    Thanks for the beauty from the past.

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  2. Those are new to me. Neat old cars and trailers, Like the chevs best.. Do some more if you find them.
    Unkle Jerry

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  3. James Greig 09/03/2019 — 13:01

    Having been interested in old Classic Caravans ( Trailers or Travel homes ) for many years here in West Aussie,
    I would like to thank the Person responsible for posting these fantastic pictures,
    If only there was more detail on these Caravans, it would make some very interesting reading,
    Thanks for posting anyway,
    K.J.

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