Monthly Archives: March 2016

Vintage Camping Gear Winners

We have our winners: Noelle Mays from Auburn, California won the starter set Bill & Christine Smith from Crescent Sarnia, Ontario won the Cutting board. Thanks to for the items and check out their website! No tags for this post.

Renningers Recap

The Renningers gathering was a great event. You can read the recap here with lots of photos. Thanks to Jon & Stacy Schneiderman for representing and organizing the Tin Can Tourists at the event! They also won an award for “Best Glamping Campsite”   Spring Vintage RV/Glamping Highlights   Last […]

Greenbelt Car and trailer Show cancelled

Alas, Greenbelt Park’s superintendent today decided to CANCEL the “Back in Time” Car Show scheduled for May 7, 2016.  Since we had firm commitments from only 9 participants with 4 more almost certain, and one cancellation already, it was prudently determined to cancel the event, as we had asked for […]

1949 Pacific Liner

Just in case anyone is interest, my extremely rare 14’ 1949 Pacific Liner travel trailer (canned ham) is now listed for sale on EBAY. I have never come across another one. Lots of pics available on the listing. Didn’t want any interested members to miss out. Steve Irving – Venus […]

Pink Flamingo RV Radio

Pink Flamingo RV Radio Published by Podomatic · March 18 at 10:18am · Join us this week as we visit with Monty Hutson of For Veterans Sake Foundation as he discusses the reception received on a recent trip to Washington state. Jean Bundschuh explains different materials and processes used to create her outstanding Tin Can Awnings for vintage […]

Featured Brand: Alma Trailer Corporation

From the TCT wiki page – Alma Alma Trailer Corporation Made in Alma, Michigan The Alma Trailer Corp. was formed in 1934 by William and Harold Redmond and Allen Hathaway who was the designer and patentee of the trailer. Years Built 1934 – 60s? Models Liberator, Challenger pictures 1942 Alma […]

1935 Steamline

Doug Keister has been doing some research for a little video he is making. In the process, he stumbled on this clip dating from 1935 that is quite unrelated to the research he is doing, but he thought some of my trailer-centric friends might enjoy it

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