What would you do with a self-sufficient wooden house-truck like the one featured here today?
Ivan Morison built a tiny house on the back of this decommissioned 1954 Goddess firetruck.
1970s House-Truck Movement
During the 1970’s Roger Beck was one of the first pioneers of the house truck movement on the west coast of America.
He used them as a home during travels throughout the United States, according to his interview on Ivan Morison’s article Tales of Space and Time, where he interviews Roger.
According to Ivan’s article, he held a workshop in Eugene, Oregon, in January of 2007.
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This house truck movement happened during the 70’s because of folks’ discontentment with politics, war, and the economy and today, the situation sounds awfully familiar…
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