Everyone who has ever been camping knows how important it is to prepare their vehicle for long drives, heavy loads, and rugged terrain. Nowadays, we have SUVs and RVs for such endeavors, but back in 1923, campers had less sophisticated vehicles to work with. In this guide to auto camping, we suggested dismounting the tire rack to make room for a home-built wooden trunk held by brass guard rails. You would also need to attach wooden planks to the sides of the car to hold your tent in place. As far as equipment goes, we recommended bringing a shovel, baking pans, ponchos, and a 9x9x7 tent.
Read the full story in "Equipping the Auto-Camping Car"