I bought a guted 1969 yellowstone travel trailer and I have no
ideal what the inside should have looked like. I know
what I would like for to look like but I'd like to keep
it retro. Help bc

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Brenda, type Yellowstone in the Search Good Old RVS box top right of home page. There are over 12 pages of members with pictures of their Yellowstones. Feel free to send anyone a message if you have questions.

Welcome.  My page has a few pics, but I can try to send more.  I also have saved a few links with old floor plans and advertisements.  Mine is nearly finished...I am doing a "revival", retro, respectful work without the headaches of perfection or exact "restoration", while adding modern updates.  I have redone all systems to include a solar panel, propane fridge, and hot water, Wave 3 heater...built in a shower room (eliminated the porcelain toilet and cast iron plumbing).  VKtrailers has been a most gracious host (so much so that I sent her/and him my old propane light as a gift).  Write with any questions and I'll try to help out.  I found (through painstaking trial and error) how to match the old finish on new Birch exactly...

This sounds exactly what I have in mind. Getting it solid and sound. I do not want a stove but I do want a shower and tolit. the underneath part of a trundle bed will fit perfectly and I have other things out of the house I can use. Thank you I will look!
David I went to your, highlighted name, and only got to "good ole rv's". How can I go to your page to see pics? Sorry I'm new

I am not too swift with the computer pages posts either...The long way round is look at all pictures/albums and find 1957 Yellowstone under my name.  I will try to throw on a pic or two to these replies in a few days.  Right now, i am SO EXCITED...I just cleaned all of my tools and dirt out of my project... soon to look like a home (It has been overloaded with clamps, sanders, toolboxes, a compressor, glues, caulks and just plain messy)  NOW I CAN PUT MY FINISHED TABLE and UPHOLSTERY BACK IN!!!  pics coming soon

I own a '63 Yellowstone cabover. What style is yours? If it's like mine, I'll be happy to send pictures.  april

Mine is not a cabover, just a 13 ft trailer.

I just bought one myself. Were you able to get any info or photos? I can't find any. Mine is not gutted. I will post photos soon. We are picking it up today. SO EXCITED!




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