Meet Miss Marjorie: Airstream Tour - Bonnie Christine
Ever since we got married, David and I have dreamed of owning an Airstream. For 10 years, we casually looked at them, sometimes more serious than others. This spring we decided it was the right time for our family to do some traveling, so we went on a mission: to find an older Airstream that […]
Vintage Trailer Interiors From the 1940's, from OldTrailer.com
Travel Trailers built from 1940 thru 1949 are not as hand-built as in previous years, and aircraft-inspired Duralumin models were becoming more common. While more mass-produced than in the previous decade, trailer interiors from the 1940s are still some of the richest and most luxurious ever crafted for a travel coach. We offer lots of photos of beautiful, elegant and spacious vintage trailer kitchens, bedrooms, living rooms and sitting rooms from the 1940s.
Northern Indiana Vintage Camper Rally 2012
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Vintage Trailer Restoration - Not For The Faint Of Heart! - RVshare.com
If you love the idea of owning a vintage trailer, this article will share the true story behind the restoration process.
Vintage Shasta Trailer Interiors, from OldTrailer.com
Vintage Shasta trailers have beautiful interior wood work and cabinetry. With their retro upholstery, formica countertops and birch or ash cabinets and paneling finished to a honey gold color, vintage Shasta Trailers have very warm and cozy interiors.
Sisters on the Fly in Kennewick, WA.
It may have been cold and super windy but the Sisters on the Fly still know how to have a good time. We visit each others little vintage trailers, sit around campfires, hit garage sales and visit with each other. This is a new addition to our local group, a second trailer for Ms. Connie. She has it tricked out to the max….A+ adorable! Desert Daisy, belongs to Vicki, who was one of our hosts this last weekend. Isn’t she the cutest? I love the turquoise! Another hostest with the mostess, was…