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Beth

Saginaw, MI

#413 Jul 27, 2009
Chet wrote:
I am restoring a 1967 frolic camper, should I put a vapor barrier between the outside wall and the new birch paneling?
Chet
I don't know about that, but we are restoring a 1965 Frolic camper. Her name is Lucy. We need some interiour parts and also the name plate for the front. Do you have a good website for parts?
Trailer Restorer

United States

#414 Jul 27, 2009
There are several Yahoo Groups for many of the Vintage Trailer Brands listed below!!
Check out:
< http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/Vintagetr... ;
In the links section you will find links to all of the other known Brand Specific Groups!
Hope this helps!
Matt Perkins

United States

#415 Aug 2, 2009
Jeff Steele wrote:
I'm looking for any info on a cree camper looks to be from 50s-60s I can't find any info on them please help Thanks.
I can tell you they were built in Marcellus, Michigan about 25 miles south of where I live. I have had a 60s model Cree pickup camper and now have an '84 23' cree 5th wheel. Cree coach co. went out of business in the late 80s. They made some very solid campers. I did some research and found cree made the 1st pickup camper back in the 50s. Mine is a great trailer that has held up great for the last 25yrs. I have been doing some updating and freshening up on it, we love it. Thanks, Matt
alan idle

Owosso, MI

#416 Aug 3, 2009
Laura wrote:
Hello, I just bought a 1964 Shasta. My eighty year old father and I are having the time of our lives restoring it!
My question, the silver stripe everyone seems to be putting on theirs, which seperates two colors, what is it? Paint, metal, or some sort of pre-stick tape, maybe like on cars? Please can anyone help with this question? Thanks, Laura
the paint sepperation was polished aluminum of the trailer metal before the body color was applied
Art

Roswell, NM

#417 Aug 3, 2009
I got two original
Michael wrote:
I am looking for a set of original aluminum Shasta travel trailer wings. We are restoring a 1967 17' Shasta Astroflyte. Any help in locating a set would be greatly appreciated.
Art

Roswell, NM

#418 Aug 3, 2009
I got two original trailer wings
Ann

Plainfield, IN

#419 Aug 9, 2009
I have a 1960 Holiday travel trailer - 15 feet long. Anyone have any information on Holiday trailers or know where I can research them? Also, the seller said it's 4000 pounds, and our truck has only a 3500 pound towing capacity. Any chance you think the seller is off (that figure seemed high to me)? If not, I have to buy an additional towing package. Thanks for responding.
gilwanda

Blanchard, OK

#420 Aug 10, 2009
Utah steve wrote:
Where can I find vintage range/ovens for 1950's "canned ham" style trailer I am restoring.
I have a early 60's torquoise 3-burner stove/oven made by Holiday for sale. If you are interested please contact me at [email protected]
gilwanda

Blanchard, OK

#421 Aug 10, 2009
Sadly, I have had to scrap my restoration of a 1964 vintage canned ham trailer. The title says it is a TearDrop Model, but it's not a tiny trailer. 16 feet long and 7 feet wide. Looks like a Shasta or such. Anyway I have salvaged everything except walls. I have all of the windows, door, roof vent, torquoise Holiday stove/oven, sink, faucets, lights and lamps. I also have the rear exterior trailer lights, cabinet pulls. If you are looking for an orginal part to restore your vintage trailer, please contact me to see if I have something you are looking for. I even have the base trailer for sale, if someone is interested starting a project from the ground up...
It was sad to have to part the trailer out, but it had too much water damage for my restoration skills. Anyway contact me at [email protected] for more info on what I have for sale.
Kim

Hawley, TX

#422 Aug 13, 2009
I am looking for a small vintage trailer, similar to a Shast or a Scoty. I am new to this and really want a small trailer that can be pulled with my pontiac vibe. I am not finding to many for sale in Texas...if you know of some that are in decent shape for a single mom and her son could you please let me know? I hope to hear from some of you soon. Thanks...Kim [email protected] (email)
Kim

Hawley, TX

#423 Aug 13, 2009
Jeanie wrote:
guess what i bought the lady told me it was a 1976 trailer when i went back the second time to buy it not really knowing what kind it was. I saw shasta the logo on it. Which i had been looking those up latly. Any I paid $400.00 for it. But I get it home which its not in that bad a shape at all. I went through a draw an there it was a registration paper with 1968 shasta on it red an white. Hell all i wanted was a camper to go camping in. Now i got me a good one. What do you think.
I am so jealous!! There are hard to come by here in Texas...you are one luckkkkky person. Have fun!
LISA

Jeffersonville, IN

#424 Aug 14, 2009
Mark wrote:
I am currently looking at a 13' Interior length Bee-Line. Some interior water damage / dents. All in all "good" shape. 1957 3 owners, very clean and absolutely no odor. Is $1500 a fair price?
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I have just offered $2100 for a 1970 Beeline 14' trailer camper. I think the offer has been accepted. Waiting for authorization from his wife! Inside has been redone (new floor, they added microwave and electric refirdg) and roof resealed. They have replaced windows with what I think may be larger ones than original windows so not original but, plenty of room for us and in great shape.
LISA

Jeffersonville, IN

#425 Aug 14, 2009
Jeanie wrote:
Can anyone tell me is $400.00 to much to pay for a 1976 i believe frolic camper sleeps 6 not in to bad shape but I could fix it to look nice im sure respond quick because i dont want this to get away from me.
I've been shopping for a camper for about 90 days not, day in and day out. Sounds like a great deal!
LISA

Jeffersonville, IN

#426 Aug 14, 2009
ernie wrote:
I have a 1960 beeline hornet 13 ft long total and with a drop down floor <quoted text>
I hope to soon purchase a 1970 Beeline and would be interested in any info you might find also.

My email is [email protected]

Thanks for including me.

Lisa
Deb

Aurora, CO

#427 Aug 20, 2009
I have a lead on an Oberlin trailer, 15 feet from hitch to back, so probably 12 or 13 feet. Unsure if it is a Spotty Sports but from the pics on another trailer site I think it is. Current owner doesn't know the weight and I need to know if I can comfortably pull it with a Subaru Forester. Any Spotty fans out there know the weight on the small model?
Thanks, Deb
Lil Miss Iodine

United States

#428 Aug 20, 2009
How do I become a member of this group? I just brought home a vintage shasta trailer , dont even know how old it is
yocken61

Herriman, UT

#429 Aug 24, 2009
Hi everyone I have a 1966 fireball travel traler that im trying to restore I have everything I need except the the fire ball emblems for the front and back if anyone has any Idea where to find them please E-mail me at [email protected] any help at all would be deeply appreciated.
David

Paso Robles, CA

#430 Aug 24, 2009
WANTED: 1947 'Great Western Travel Trailer' made in Los Gatos CA.
WANTED: 1964-66 'Travel Car Lodge' with rear door, made by silver Streak
EMail me at [email protected]
Thanks
David
Sandra

Ozark, AL

#431 Aug 25, 2009
I have a 1961 Shasta Airflyte that I have been trying to restore, but I am unable to finish it. If interested you can contact me at [email protected] and I will send you more information. This would be my loss and your gain.
Papatya Curtis

Louisville, KY

#433 Aug 31, 2009
Hi! I HAVE a 1963 Norris Woodsman, with the Owner's Manual. I jacked the cabin up, pulled the trailer out. I brushed off the rust with a right angle grinder with a steel brush attachment, painted it, and rebuilt the floor. I then put the cabin back on the trailer. Now I'm almost finished replacing rotten wood, after peeling the skin off. I'm replacing everything that's rotten, but trying to keep it as original as possible. I still have the fridge, stove/oven, heater, and sink. I'm going to replace all the laminate in the kitchen, and will be installing real linoleum. I had to clean all the windows with a steel brush, BY HAND. I've had it for a year and it's almost dried in.

Would you like me to copy the manual and send it to you? I'd be happy to.
Shane wrote:
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Good luck finding any info on Norris. I bought a 1964 12' Norris a few years back. We love the trailer and worked on it quite a bit to restore it the best that we could. I have only found an old add for a similar one online. I also found a little info on the company that built it which has changed names several times over the years. Nobody that is employed there now knows the history or anything really. Good luck...any info that you find please share.

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