1957 Comet. St. Louis, MO. $6,500.00 Alot of work was put into this camper (including the floor made of pennies!!), from the listing: “This is a 1957 Comet camper manufactured in Coffeyville Kansas.She sat with a hole in the roof for a number of years. We purchased , renovated and left original where we could. We camped many times (Ind,Mo,IL).Pulls great at 2200 lbs. there are no water tanks, toilet(never was). Sink works with a hose attachment. Most camping sites have b/r facilities. Sleeps 2 adults and 2 small children. PO must of turned to sharp and dented front where it has 2 patches. I use a 13″ extension hitch so it is not a problem now, she has some dents and dings. You do too if your 60 years old. One window was missing so i replaced it with a piece of stained glass.”
1957 ??. Sacramento, CA. $2,500.00 This is a diamond in the rough. The interior is beautiful.
1964 Frolic. Detroit, MI. $3,500.00 Another scruffy one with a fantastic vintage interior. It shows no leaks, looks like original upholstery. Beautiful original turquoise appliances. This will spruce up nicely.
1961 Lil Loafer. Spokane, WA. $7,000.00 This is a gorgeous restoration that has alot of effort and hours in it. Nicely priced for the end result.
1964? Trotwood. Owensville, KY. $2,000.00 I am wondering if this might be older? The interior honestly looks like a dorm room and this may be a total teardown restoration but I love the shape and size. Its dimensions are too cute to pass by.
1955 Dalton Apache. Escondido, CA. $4,500.00 very detailed listing, quite an original and rare camper. This seems very solid and should be ready for the road with just a moderate amount of work.
We are going to show off some very early travel trailers today!!
1940s Alma Trailers. Ellensberg, WA. $7,500.00 I think this is the price for the pair as the advertisement talks about using parts from one in the other. Aluminum with wood interiors. it would be very cool for someone with some land to restore the pair as matching guesthouses.
1948 Pan American 25′. Bend, OR. $1,800.00 I have posted this before but it’s a steal now at this price. Someone please save it and love it!
1937 Hayes. Bonney Lake, WA. $16,500.00 This one has been restored with a steampunk theme. I love it. It looks like they just had a shell to start with and rolled from there.
1957 Aljoa. Colorado Springs, CO. $6,500.00 Nicely refurbished and ready to roll at a fair price.
1962 Fan. Kalamazoo, MI. $6,250.00 Nice and well loved it appears. The dog seems happy in it what better endorsement is there??
1959 Layton. Muskegon, MI. $3,500.00 Very fair price for a nice little camper. Someone grab this!!
Hello, we are alive out here. It was Spring break for school so I went and got lost in our restoration shop.
1959 Little Gem. Greenbay, WI. $4,000.00 This nicely restored camper is being offered for an insanely fair price!
1968 Airstream Caravel. Oklahoma City, OK. $19,000.00 I don’t often list Airstreams as they have their own following, clubs etc.. But this one is just plain cute and in wonderful shape. Looks to be nicely restored.
1967 Pathfinder. Waterloo, IA. $6,400.00 This was very tastefully restored and updated. The price is beyond fair, especially with the appliances and the beautiful awning.
Spring is in the air and I see more listings appearing 🙂
1961 Shasta Airflyte. Gulfport, MS. $7,900.00!!!! Compare the pricing of this vs the recent reproductions of these going for over $15,000.00 Someone needs to jump on this one.
1957 Dalton. Denver, CO. $6,500.00 Very detailed listing. take a look through it, another wonderful deal, though not quite as mind blowing as the price on that Shasta.
1964 Phenix. Milwaukee, WI. $1,495.00 Complete and very original but has alot of issues with internal wood due to leaking.
A few more to whet the appetite that warming weather brings 🙂
I wish the photos were better on this one:
1955 Aloha. Mendocino, CO. no price, grrrrr…..
1957 King. Denver, CO. $4,000.00 apparently some work has been put into this, I assume after the photos were taken.
1957 Corvette. Los Angeles, CA. $17,500.00 totally restored, a beautiful little trailer.
We are going with a few bunkover types today as they all popped up at once.
1962 Terry Bunkover. Sandiego, CA. $4,250.00 This is in really nice condition and has been turned into a time capsule of period details.
1960 Franklin. Bat Cave, NC. $3,500.00 very solid and unrestored showing a few minor leaks that can probably be repaired without a teardown.
1962 Deville. Medford, OR. At $900.00 this is more budget friendly but obviously needs a total restoration.
Helloooo, it’s been a very busy past couple of weeks at our restoration shop so I am catching up on posting. This group seems to have interesting interior renovations.
1966 Comanche. Charlottesville, VA. $4,000.00
19?? Tag-A-Long. Duluth, MN. $6,500.00 I love the woodwork in this one. Alot of attention to detail here, this is basically brand new.
1959 Field and Stream. Nashville, TN. $4,000.00 Clean, equipped and ready to camp.
I have had some better luck with different searches this week so we have some more travel trailers to stare at 🙂
1950’s Forester? Austin, TX. $7,900.00 This is listed as a 1947 Marvel, and I believe I listed it a month or two ago before it was spruced up. Marvel is actually the manufacturer of the hitch so I believe this is a Forester, a camper manufacturer they made hitches for. The paint work on the exterior, replacement of the air conditioner and cleaning up and polishing of the interior have made it look much more liveable.
1967 Forester. Sioux Falls, SD. $3,200.00
1940’s? Kit Companion. Fort Dodge, IA. $1,500.00 Listed as a 1971 I am 99.9% sure that is wrong. This is probably quite a restoration project but the end results would be very cool. you can see a restored one on the December 7th listings.