All Blog Posts Tagged 'trailer' (11)

1962 Fireball Meteor 16’ w/title



1962 Fireball Meteor 16' Travel a trailer RV in need of TLC with Free and Clear Title $2,800

New: Axel/Bearings packed and new tow tongue 2" ball. Tires and wheels are solid. 

Lights work. Have not tested stove/frig/heater (YES, it has a heater!)

Original stove, refrigerator, inside lighting, shelf niches, faucet, heater, even the…

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Added by Chris on October 29, 2019 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Looking for advice on transforming truck camper...

...into a small trailer. 

I'm selling my truck and buying a van, so I don't need the two camper projects I've gathered.  I only have one set of jacks, so if I get rid of the '68 Frolic, and keep the (approx) '70 Real-Lite, I was thinking of cutting off the cab-over bunk, and slicing off the two feet at the back that currently has no floor and fixing it up and attaching ti to a trailer frame. 

I could leave the two feet on the back, it'll have the trailer floor…

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Added by Cyn on August 8, 2016 at 4:31pm — 1 Comment

Vintage Yellowstone camper, and metal art.

January 24, 2015

I began to write this blog so I can share my experience of rebuilding my Vintage 60's Yellowstone Camper. My plan is to post videos and pictures of my progress.

One day as I was peacefully ejoying my quiet retired life, my son came home and decided we needed to clean out the garage! We ended up with a large pile of scrap we didn’t know what to do with. Chris got creative and started welding pieces together creating beautiful art. That looked pretty interesting…

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Added by leluce on January 26, 2015 at 10:59am — No Comments

1961 Holiday House

I was waiting for it to warm a bit before we went out to work on the Holiday House and I saw this invitation to start a blog. At 62, computers in general, and "new media" in particular are as foreign to me as a foreign language. I have never blogged, or journaled and anything that took time or effort on the computer. As a general contractor by trade, I feel much more comfortable doing the work than talking about it. But what the heck, why not give it a try? 

The story of the Holiday…

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Added by Bruce Booher on January 22, 2015 at 12:00pm — No Comments

The M74 is started...

007.JPGA military themed camper built on an 8 foot pop-up camper frame. Queen size bed, flat screen, inside sink and porta-potty, small dinette table and two side benches. A rear galley is being fashioned with roll out cooler, microwave, gas cook top and lots of storage...view progress photos at…

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Added by Glenn Wallin on July 13, 2013 at 8:00pm — 2 Comments

More Decor

http://restoringavintagecamper.blogspot.com/2013/05/more-decor.html

 

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

More Decor…

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Added by Cathy Strate on May 8, 2013 at 4:21am — 1 Comment

Our new Wigwam

Wow! And oh my?!!?
After drooling for over a year at canned hams and vintage trailers of all kinds-
we did it!
Found a lovely vintage trailer to call our own...
a 1968 Wigwam!
We have only seen two total postings about wigwams t.t. on the Internet
and one
is here at good old rv's -
missyloopy.

We will post pictures soon!

Added by Valerie and Mark Woodard on March 6, 2013 at 2:00am — 2 Comments

1965 FAN!

She's not the Style Liner I've been trying to buy from the 'hoarding farmer' but she's mine!  Soon as it warms up, I'll put my carpenter to work on the mess someone made putting in a microwave--and then roll on a whole lot of Kilz.  Then pick a color that…

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Added by Keith & Dinah on January 16, 2013 at 12:51pm — No Comments

Old Faithful the 1959 Yellowstone Travel Trailer Restoration

Hello everyone! We are at it again, trying to save one more old travel trailer from the scrap yard and hopefully making it desirable to someone who will enjoy it for years to come. This time it is a 1959 Yellowstone we are calling "Old Faithful". I started a blog and here is a portion of it. To follow along in the coming weeks please go to this link and become a follower or just check back every so often… Continue

Added by Prospector's Paradise on December 3, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

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