TCT Fan Fiction

The Tin Can Tourists was used in this recent short story posted on Fan Fiction: Wikipedia describes Fan Fictions as: Fan fiction or fanfiction (also abbreviated to fan fic, fanfic or fic) is fiction about characters or settings from an original work of fiction, created by fans of that […]


CAMPER REPARADISE Camper Reparadise has proven itself to be one of the premium builders of travel trailers in the Southwest United States. Opening our doors four years ago, we have produced quality work for national and international clients. Our skills range from intimate Canned Ham builds to service windows for […]

Tiled look without the weight or the cost

RV Adventure: Live the Scandinavian Life! RVs are often seen as symbols of freedom and youth. Wind in your hair, going where you want with the convenience of bringing your home everywhere you go, are precious experiences of a treasured lifestyle. Redecorating a small space can be stressful, but it […]

Argosy/Airstream Window Covers

Hornsby Canvas has come out with a new product that should make vintage Airstream and Argosy trailer owners pretty happy. They just started making Padded Window Covers (Rock Guards) for Argosy/Airstreams. It’s not exactly for restoration but it’s certainly for protection. They are located in Tillsonburg, Ontario and certainly ship. […]

Vintage Trailer Decals

Do you need a decal for your trailer? Contact and either they have it in stock or can reproduce the decal for you! Vintage Trailer Decals Quantity Views Date Posted 1 100 Fri October 14, 2016 Asking Price Shipping Amount Condition Best Offer None Excellent Description: I have the largest collection […]

Hymn for Her

Check out “Hymn for Her” travelling around the country in their 1961 Bambi UPCOMING SHOWS Oct 27: Cavalcade/Fruita, CO Oct 28: House Concert/Carbondale, CO Oct 29: House Concert/Denver, CO Oct 30: eTown/Boulder, CO Nov 4: Fiddlehead Art Ctr/Gray, ME Nov 5: Free Range Music Series/Unity, ME Nov 9: Norey’s/Newport, RI […]

New Avion Forum 3

Rob McFall has created an Avion threaded forum for their owners and admirers. The website is Check it out! It’s brand new and will take a little time to get going. Rob’s email is if you have questions. Tags: Avion

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.

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 […]

10 Vintage Trailers up For Sale just in time for a Summer Road Trip 10 Vintage Trailers up For Sale just in time for a Summer Road Trip By MessyNessy 16TH APR, 2014  5 See, you’re just like me– you see a picture of a vintage trailer and you click on it! And that pretty much sums up how I ended up on my […]

Airfloat Report

Dear All, Thought you might be interested in seeing the evolution of the 1956 Airfloat we acquired last October. More info can be found at I am currently making an aluminum framework for the additions to the original body shape, which are mounted on Sing Panels ( You also might find my daughter’s […]

Pop-up Camper History Website

    This website has some history on pop-up campers and many advertisements and images. Nearly every manufacturer is covered – very impressive! Welcome! This web site is dedicated specifically to the history of North American-made pop-up campers. Primarily this web site will accomplish three goals. First it will explore […]

We get letters (ok – email)

Here is an email we recently received – kinds words for the TCT and a trailer for sale: I’ve pulled my hair out trying to figure out why my old camper I just bought didn’t have the “Wings” like the older Shasta Aeroflyte campers did;  I figured that someone just […]