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The Toyota RV-2 Camper Wagon That Never Took Off


Had this gem come out AFTER the release of Back To The Future, it would have taken off well into tomorrow. Unfortunately, this compact camper idea with its DeLorean-like look never made it out of the 1970’s.

Made by Toyota, the RV-2 was a concept camper wagon made on a Corona Mark II chassis. Easy enough to drive, park and garage and when expanded, roomy enough for the four passengers to camp out… and maybe even travel through time in?

Now, who’s ready to pop in an 8-track tape and drive this baby back to the future? Check out more details on the 1973 preview of the Toyota RV-2 in this small write up.

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