Video: Vintage Trailer Supply and the pandemic

RECORDED ON 2/20/21: Join Vintage Trailer Supply founder and president Steve Hingtgen this afternoon for an interview by Terry Bone of the Tin Can Tourists club.

Steve and Terry will discuss how Vintage Trailer Supply has been weathering the pandemic and how the vintage trailer hobby and industry have adapted and will need to adapt going forward. Steve and Terry have an exceptionally broad vantage point on our shared passion of vintage trailers.

Join us for this brief, powerful discussion and ask Steve and Terry the questions that are on your mind.

6 comments

  1. I was out snowshoeing and missed the conference online! Nuts! Hi Steve! Thought I would give you some progress on my 46 CW2. The shell is dismantled and the frame has been addressed and powder coated. I had the remove the old torsion spring axle due to no one able to rebuild the axle mounts. The shell is being rebuilt by Camper Reparadise of SLC since they have a skill set I do not have. Three of the windows were sawed to a larger size so I am getting some new sheets to put them back to original. We found a Cali. company that can build the windows back to period, expensive of course. Flooring is going down and new interior wheel wells and wiring. I have located period exterior lights so I am hoping to have her as close to the 46 era, although all the trailers I have seen prior to rebuild are all over the map! Let me know if you are interested in build pics, I have tons! She should be done by mid to late summer.

    Dennis R.
    SLC Utah
    801 792 1097

  2. Sorry Charles but we really can’t give you advice on tracking down a specific trailer. Craigslist, ebay, TCT classifieds and other vintage trailer classifieds will be your best bet. Set up search criteria that regularly search for you. Good luck!

  3. I have a 1948 camper and I have brought it back to life sink with water,a refrigerator,microwave,toilet,a window ac,heat
    air conditioning

  4. where can i get information on skamper travel trailer i think they were made in canada in 70 & 80 i am redoing 16′ 2 axle camper Thanks Ralph

  5. Looking to buy interior vent trim square 14 inch. Do you have that to purchase?

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