RV Daily Tips Issue 164. July 11, 2013 | RV TravelOne item that is in constant demand is an electrical adapter to hook into shore power. Depending on where you are, a different adapter may be needed from night to night. To easily locate the adapter needed, I found that mounting readily available broom handle holders to the inside surface of a basement door works great.
1912 Rambler Knickerbocker Limousine - The Rambler name was first used on an automobile in 1897 and continued with various manufacturers until 1969 under American Motors. This car weighed 4,000 pounds and carried seven passengers "in luxurious, spacious comfort." It had a 32-horsepower engine with four cylinders as well as "electric cigar lighter, bouquet holder, silk hat rack, umbrella holder, toilet case, card and cigar cases, clock, whisk broom and holder and megaphone chauffeur signal."