Tim Heintz shows us the difficulty of trying to identify a trailer by one picture. Here is the trailer that on of our facebook members is trying to identify: and here is a SMALL example of why you cannot just compare trailers by general appearance….and there are still a dozen other brands he could include… Continue reading Trying to Identify a trailer by a few pictures
The Tin Can Tourists welcomes the Oakdale RV resort into the Vintage Trailer Campground program and plans to have a TCT Rally in 2021 to celebrate their 95 year anniversary! The owners Luci and Philip are TCT members. This program allows select and member referred campgrounds to express their support of vintage trailers and motor… Continue reading Oakdale RV Resort joins the Vintage Trailer Friendly program
This is a frequent question that is posted in the Tin Can Tourists Facebook group. People see a lot of posts on Facebook about trailers being stolen and feel they want to be notified quickly if their vintage trailer is stolen and would like to be able to recover it by knowing where it is.… Continue reading How to Track a Stolen Vintage Trailer or Motorhome?
As the weather gets colder and leaves start to fall, we all need to warm up around the camp fire and there is no better way to enjoy a warm coffee or cider than in a beautiful enamel mug. We have a couple versions to chose from – one with the TCT diamond logo on… Continue reading Enamel Mugs and some Magic for Fall!
Eighteen months after the idea was conceived, Realize Bradenton has published a limited edition children’s book focused on the rich history and environment of the pioneer town of Manatee, where the city of Bradenton was born. Titled “Old Manatee A to Z,” the book marries writing and artwork about the East Bradenton area with each… Continue reading T is for Tin Can Tourists
A MAJOR Hurricane will impact so many with vintage trailers. As a native Floridian that has prepared many of my own vintage trailers for such storms I feel it may be helpful to share some helpful tips for preparing your trailer for such an impact….. of course the best course of action is to evacuate… Continue reading How to keep your Vintage Trailer safe in a Hurricane