World’s Oldest Motorhome: A 1914 Ford Model T Caravan

World’s Oldest Motorhome: A 1914 Ford Model T Caravan

By Ritesh B

When World War I started, in 1914, the 1914 Ford Model T motorhome was specially constructed.

As of today it is almost 108 years old and is said to be the world's oldest motorhome!

The camper's bespoke bodywork has facilities for the driver.

The whole front of it had a home interior and a large picture panel.

So, who did the motorhome belong to?

In the United Kingdom, Dunton of Reading constructed the unique campervan chassis.

The entire chassis and the interior is made out of wood.

Large planks serve as the primary framework for the sidewalls and ceiling, while the flooring are lacquered wood.

On September 11, it will be put up for auction with an anticipated price range of $22,000 to $35,000.