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Somewhere Else » Time Machines. On the weekend we caught up with a bunch of vintage caravan enthusiasts who were camping in Bunbury, about 200km south of Perth in Western Australia. Here are some of their time machines. The unusual clam-top caravan above is a Hutchison Hatch, which was built in South Australia in the 1950s. It is an early forerunner of the pop-top caravan style, which became popular in the 1970s. The tow car is a 1950 Chev ute. **This is in Australia**

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