Monthly Archives: November 2009

Here is info about the trailer: Rare vintage Shasta camper/trailer painted vintage style. Painted by artist Teri Freeman. (rustycowboy2Painted like log cabin with sexy cowgirl, cactus, road signs, wheels, fence, etc.  The inside is western.  The stove is hooked up to propane. There is no heater. Water aquired with hose. […]

I always wanted a Log Cabin!

Hi Forrest I’d like to invite all TCT members to join us in Jackson Center Ohio, at the Airstream factory, for Alumapalooza 2010.  The dates are June 1-6. Although we expect the event to be attended largely by Airstream owners, all makes of trailers are welcome!  The program will include […]

Alumapalooza 2010 Wade F. B. Thompson, who revived the beloved Airstream brand of travel trailers and led a campaign to renovate the historic Park Avenue Armory in Manhattan, died on Nov. 12 at his home on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. He was 69.

Wade F. B. Thompson, Who Rebuilt Airstream Brand, Dies at ...

Back in July, Kate Heber & John Byfield launched themselves and their vintage 22′ Airstream trailer on an Eco-Discovery Tour for an indefinite amount of time. Their trailer, a 1962 Flying Cloud named “Doris Mae,” is open for public display at eco-friendly events and shops all around the country. After their 7 […]

John & Kate + Airstream

We ask our readers for details on this 1962 vintage camper A DISCOVERED TREASURE: There is little information available about this interesting find.—photos courtesy Sgt. Jason Brown Sgt. Jason Brown of the United States Army sent us an e-mail and some pictures of the vintage camper he just purchased. We […]

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Pretty fabulous Scamp Makeover The Wanderlusters are Stephanie and Taylor, formerly Houston residents, now full time wanderers. The couple purchased a 13′ fiberglass trailer (a 1977 Scamp) and renovated it, updating it to a more modern look. During their traveling life they have been spending their time re-prioritizing and deepening their relationships, and […]

Wanderlusters Scamp Trailer Makeover A guide to pimping out a vintage travel trailer and going large on the coast of Baja. It’s so simple to buy a cheap vintage travel trailer and experience a whole new way of living that I’m stunned more folks haven’t figured it out. Is it a big secret? […]

How to Get Off Grid in a Vintage Travel Trailer

Matt is a guy who is filming a documentary on fiberglass travel trailers. He has been traveling Canada and the US, taking part in rallies where a bunch of strangers camp together with their trailers. The film seems to be focusing on small 13′ fiberglass trailers, especially those made in […]

Fiberglass Travel Trailer Documentary