Suddenly the market is flooded with interesting campers, it’s been dry for a bit. So here are some more finds. the first one I HAD to list of course.
1953 Hanson Lovebug. Gilbert, AZ. $11,500.00 Very rare camper apparently. Some work done but very original.
1955 Sierra Vista. Phoenix, AZ. $9,500.00 Nicely updated, not an authentic restoration but tastefully overhauled with modern concessions.
1955 Highway Cruiser. Spokane, WA. $6,000.00 very fair price for a 1950’s camper that looks quite nice and ready to go.
This Ford camper is too cool not to list:
1972 Ford Wick Motorhome. Madison, WI. $4,950.00 Very original condition.
1960 Fan Camper. Buffalo, NY. $2,500.00 Very original, could use a little TLC but a nice camper and great price.
1958 Trotwood. Louisville, KY. $4,800.00 Great price for a nicely refurbished and updated camper.
Hello! It looks like my last post did not publish for some reason, sorry about that! Here are some cool ones I found this week.
I want to live in this first one:
1951 Royal Spartanette. Fayeteville, AR. $10,700.00 Lots of work and upgrades in this one.
1950 M System. Austin, TX. $45,000.00 restored, very nice.
1954 Westerner. Sacramento, CA. $6,500.00 Helluva deal for this package. Restored and upgraded tastefully.
1948 Spartanette. Edneyville, NC. $5,500.00 This is a very solid looking trailer. Sadly the vintage kitchen is missing but for the price it would be worthwhile to take the time and re-create it. Noting a lack of a bathroom in this one though other details like the desk in the bedroom and original fridge are great.
1954 Yellowstone. Hartford, CN. $1,000.00 Needs work but is a great price for the model and condition.
1936 Prairie Schooner. Stamford, NY. $11,995.00 Good price on a solid, early trailer. Has been updated a little, nice new woodwork and wiring. WANT…..
1940s Vagabond. Santa Cruz, CA. $15,500. Very very original, more on the story of this camper at www.vintagetrailermuseum.com
1950s? Stewart Coach. Santa Barbara, CA. No price ?? This seems to have been used as a cabin, exterior looks battered but solid, the interior is ammaculate and shows that this camper is well sealed and always has been.
Lastly a small one from Salt Lake City.
1956 Siesta. York, PA. $20,000.00 Pricey but perfect. This may be priced out of the market honestly, but the workmanship is beautiful so its nice to look at at least.
1947 Home-built. Greensboro, NC. $3,500.00 It’s a tear drop but a bit bigger. More like an egg. Interesting.
1967 Taylor Craft. Dayton, OH. $5,500.00. This has been tastefully redone. I like it.
1955 American Trailer Co. Phoenix, AZ. $22,500.00 “All woodwork has been refinished and is gorgeous, retro cabinetry detail lines, little cool touches everywhere.
They just don’t make them like this anymore, and this one is brought back to Show Stopper Condition. Exterior was stripped to bare metal — primed — then painted in a soft Miami Vice Theme. Windows , doors, locks, and even original sliding screen on front door are perfect….!”
1958 Homebuilt. Yakima, WA. $7,500.00 Love the interior of this one, especially with the insertion of the coal/ wood stove.
1952 DeVille. Portland, OR. $7,950.00
1954 Lakewood. Seattle, WA. $11,750.00 This was featured in Vintage Trailer Camper Magazine in August after a 4,000 mile trek.
1963 (Make?). Parkersburg, WV. $6,500.00
1960 Fan. Baltimore, MD. $4,200.00 All original barn find with only minor wood stain in a couple spots. Even has the original awning!
1959 National. Lansing, MI. $6,250.00 A very nice time capsule. this would make a veyr nice guest house.
1957 Eljay. Telluride, CO. $13,600.00 ready to roll, love the detail of this restoration.
1958 Easy Travlr. Seattle, WA $7,000.00 Great price for a totally torn down and restored camper.
1961 Siesta 13′. San Francisco Bay area, CA. $10,500.00. “Ruby” is a perfect camping trailer for a couple or young family, road ready for immediate use now. This is not a project or a beat up trailer. Everything is in good working order.
1959 Styleline. Portland, OR. $6,950.00
1953 Westerner. Phoenix, AZ. $8,000.00 Selling our Vintage 1953 Westerner 12 ft. travel trailer. We have restored this little gem to about 90 % and kept the integrity of the trailer intact.