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From 1949: Crosley wagon is used as outrigger.

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  • LouRugani
    (Hutchinson, Kansas News-Herald, July 19, 1949) How would you like to take a mobile house and garage, complete with a small automobile, on your vacation trips?
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      (Hutchinson, Kansas News-Herald, July 19, 1949)

      How would you like to take a mobile house and garage, complete with a small automobile, on your vacation trips?

      The Paul Holland family of Hollywood, Cal., does just that. The Hollands, who are visiting the Raymond Sprinkle family, 1000 West Ninth, travel in a 23-passenger Flxible bus converted into a home that sleeps five, with a small trailer containing a Crosley station
      wagon attached to the bus.

      The bus makes good time on the highway, Holland points out, since he usually travels at 60 to 70 miles an hour and has once had the vehicle, with trailer attached, up to 100. "When you get to your
      stopping point," he added, "you can drive your little Crosley
      around on sightseeing trips and leave the bus at the campsite."

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