Really neat how they had the 'kitchen' slide out on those channels - very inventive . .
Looks like they've modernized their prewar car with an electric tail light.
By the way, those cottonwoods are a hint that the park isn't high in the Rockies. It's at I-70 & Federal Boulevard in Denver.
That's a nifty aftermarket body on a '15-16 Runabout or cutoff Touring, can't tell which. It looks like one of those fold-out kitchen kits on the running board, but that one at the rear is really neat!
I think this would be a fun car to build!
Any idea of what is hanging off the side behind the chair?
Thats a canvas water bag.Very common item in the day when traveling by wagon or auto.
Love the bowtie and porkpie hat. Now thats class!
Photo of a young Peter Kable with his Kamper???
Here's the other side of the camper.
Was she texting her friends?
Appears to be a left over WWI ambulance body that has been repurposed.
Notice the gent's manners. When dinner was ready he removed his cap in the dining room. ;)
I think it's a bit narrow for a repurposed WWI ambulance but it does have some similarities. I could see a veteran of that war using any experience he may have had with an ambulance implementing some of the design.
I think the slide out storage/table is a neat use of space. The biggest problem with it would be cleaning all the dirt out of that compartment before you could use it. Anyone with a modern PU or SUV with the spare tire mounted in that location who has ever lived on a gravel or non hard surface road knows what I'm talking about.