Well I finally went out to get the paint for the Camper Carquest had some real decent colours so I went with a Sky Blue Mattalic which I think is gonna look pretty awesome when done. I can not really believe that I finally went in on buying a Ole Camper with my girlfriend Chris. But we would like to do some camping this year and have some Fun at it.
I can't believe that there is a website that actually helps individuals out with different types of info or suggestions about… Continue
Added by cliff on April 30, 2010 at 3:32pm —
is an artist who paints pictures of Airstream trailers. These are realistic paintings, not photos! She is amazing!! She is graduating from college next month and going out into the big wide world. She is working on a series of t-shirts, greeting cards and other items - so if you are a bit Airstream fan, bookmark her page for more news! She sells her stuff on ebay...and I'm not sure where else right now...but she has some beautiful… Continue
Added by Becky Blanton on April 29, 2010 at 2:37am —
I have posted the Magic Chef Manual for those who want it - These stoves were found in many of the 50's and 60's vintage trailers.( and later)
Added by Duane Brown on April 25, 2010 at 9:00pm —
Need new tongue jack for our 1970 Aristocrat LoLiner and of course they don't make the original so you make do with what they have. The problem being the new jack is to long and hits the ground pulling into driveways. Does anybody know it they make shorter ones. Side jack would be great but no room with the toolbox and propane tanks - see my pic keeping it together. It's great seeing this warmer weather and hope everybody is thinking about camping. Thanks - DB
Added by Duane Brown on April 25, 2010 at 5:13pm —
Added by Ernest Lingerfelt on April 24, 2010 at 11:49am —
Well after a winter spent working on the Cabana, we actually got make a long weekend trip. Just up to friends in Culp Creek OR. (see photos) There are a number of great parks and such up this way but when you can stay with friends and have a creek just behind the Cabana, and a neighbor like "Cutie" why not.
Our winter list of work was long. We focused on getting things dependable. Front brakes were redone completly from the rubber brake lines to the brake drums and everything… Continue
Added by Tony and Joy Durfey on April 22, 2010 at 10:57am —
Our Customer wanted their Canned Ham to resemble a 50's Diner.
View at: http://www.sierratrailerrestoration.com/cannedhams-lora.html
If you scroll to the bottom of the page you can click a link that shows the process.
Added by Pete & Vicki Snyder on April 9, 2010 at 12:31pm —
There are a lot of RV and camping sites out there and it can be hard to find the one that suits your needs after you figure out the basics. Here's a site I discovered today. It came from a boondocking group I belong to. What I love about it is they give topographical map information. Some of you might like that - particularly if you like to four-wheel or snowmobile or hike etc. They also include a lot of great links to other, little known but very useful sites. All the information on the site… Continue
Added by Becky Blanton on April 7, 2010 at 9:43am —
Hi there I am a new member to the group, and i have looked through some amazing photo's. I just purchased a 1971 Lark, and would like to know what others may look like. The original owner did some stuff to it, I would like to restore it, but would like to know more about the little critter! Any ideas would be so much appreciated.
Added by Lora Mann on April 4, 2010 at 4:59pm —
I love to read. And I do a lot of it - rarely reading a book more than once because there are so many new ones out there demanding my attention!! But I did get to preview "The Leisure Seeker," because I write for Airstream Magazine and the publicist thought the story took place in an Airstream. It doesn't. But she sent me the book anyway and I'm so glad she did. It's WONDERFUL!! It's also NOT for… Continue
Added by Becky Blanton on April 4, 2010 at 12:00pm —
If you have any knowlege of this camper, or have one your self, I`d love to hear from you.
Added by David Rouse on April 1, 2010 at 5:59pm —