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Leigha in Bend OR

Redmond, OR

#536 Mar 19, 2010
Elsie Grant wrote:
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Did you ever find your wings?
We have a 62 Shasta 10 foot and parts are hard to find. There are some "plans" for makin gyour own wings online, but finding the real deal will be costly and VERY hard. Best of luck!
Vicki in Indiana

Plymouth, IN

#537 Mar 24, 2010
Could someone please let me know if you have any info on a 1953-55 Little Gem only maybe 13 ft long. Ive tried to find something on it, dont know what its worth, woods pretty good, cute, but boy is she old lol


#538 Mar 26, 2010
could be

Aurora, CO

#539 Mar 28, 2010
Hi! New here! I just bought a vintage camper trailer...1971 Lark. Has anyone ever heard of one or know where I might be able to take a peak at a manual? I am having a heck of a time finding anything like it, and I would love to see what it looked like back inthe 70's! I would like to finish refurbishing it, the original owner had started doing the walls, but I am getting ready to do the floor, seat cushions and stuff. I have never refurbished a trailer before, just a 1977 Itasca interior....and it turnedout so cute before the entire drive train took a dive!

Mesa, AZ

#540 Mar 28, 2010
Just bought a 1973 Cardinal Capri 13' travel trailer. Plate on it says it was manufactured by Adams Travel Trailer Manufacturer, Inc. in El Monte, CA. Can't find anything about this trailer anywhere! Anyone know anything about it?

Jeffersonville, IN

#541 Mar 29, 2010
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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We purchased a 1970 BeeLine. I can find no information on the line of trailers other than the name of several models...I have come across a Hornet and a Bee both manufactured by BeeLine.

Since it has been a while since your original post, can you now add anything to the information you have?
Lori Hartman

United States

#542 Mar 29, 2010
Stemchick wrote:
Hey, my husband and I have been given an older camper trailer. From what we can tell it is a Jet, "crafted by lofgrens". I can't find anything like that anywhere on here. Can anyone tell me anything about it? or where I can find anything out. It is a 1965, no bathroom, propane run stove, furnace, oven. water tank, dinette, sofa that both turn into beds.
contact me at [email protected]
Did you ever find anything I have a Camper by the same maker 1973 looking for info. Very nice floor plan lots of space & loaded.
Jim-Pine Valley

Ramona, CA

#543 Mar 30, 2010
lijo---Ebay has a Bee Line travel Trailer Brochure up for bid--Go to Vintage travel trailer-Jim
Peter OBoyle Oregon

United States

#544 Apr 3, 2010
Tad wrote:
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Steve, I just got a '63 Mobile Scout and have the same problem. Did you ever find it? Any help you can offer will be appreciated.
Tad in Texas
I just brought home a 16 ft '63 Mobile Scout. Self contained, great floor plan. No title and haven't found vin yet, been raining.

Newport, PA

#545 Apr 3, 2010
The Beeline Ramblers wrote:
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Hi, we purchased Beeline camper about 1 year ago and have the same problem. Lets stay in touch and share info as we find it OK?
Hi we just bought a Bee Line for 450.00. We are also looking for manual to restore it. I have lots of good pics if anyone wants to see them email me [email protected]
Peter OBoyle Oregon

United States

#546 Apr 4, 2010
Just brought home a '63 Mobile Scout. 16 ft w/ hitch, self contained, very original inside and out. Still has canvas upper bunk, gaucho pull out w/legs,toilet in shower, gas fridge, water heater, stove & hood and sink. Leaks so some paneling will need to be replaced.
Help out with new list

United States

#547 Apr 4, 2010
Everyone has at least one....A favorite (vintage trailer freindly)campground that is.
You add them and others and yourself get to leave comments on your stays at the
listed campgrounds....Tell us where and why you camp, add pictures, a website
for the campground and much more.....Ones you add the campgrounds physical
address ...a map of the area is automatically generated to your post.
So give it a try...Share your favorite campground or campgrounds with other
vintage trailer trailerites today! \

Aurora, CO

#548 Apr 4, 2010
I used your information about googling "vintage trailer" and came up with some better luck! Thanks! check out you may be able to find your vintage camper. I did not find mine, for it seems I went with a very unpopular name brand! But I am still looking for any information on a 1971 Lark if anyone has ever heard of one. I had seen one pic of a 1974 one...nothing really changed except for the color scheme.


#549 Apr 10, 2010
Nancy wrote:
Help please. Do most people use 1/4 inch or 1/8 inch birch plywood to replace the old trailer walls? Thanks.
what was on mine was 1/8 but I put in the thicker stuff and varnished over the front and painted the back with some old paint


#550 Apr 10, 2010
still having problems with find the trim if any one came help ?
Fox valley Todd

Bronx, NY

#551 Apr 10, 2010
Just got a 60s vintage bee line for a case of old style beer.

Since: Feb 09

Jasper, GA

#552 Apr 13, 2010
Who was the manufacture of the L'il Beaver campers?
Travel railer Tammy

La Jolla, CA

#553 Apr 14, 2010
Nancy Knudsen wrote:
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I also just purchased a 13 ft trailer and would love to paint it soon. If you could email me any information your receive I would be very happy.
[email protected]
Thank You
I have a 65 Oasis and I've painted it some. I have only painted some of door panels, window casings, and front awning, and little vents to give it some character. It was all white - boring! She looks very cute now, BUT the white, oxidized paint on the aluminun needs help!

Since: Apr 10

La Jolla, CA

#554 Apr 14, 2010
wyoduck wrote:
Hi, My father left my a 1959 oasis. I have been tring to find out info about it. I'm very interested and would love some feed back. Thank you, Tammy
I've had my 65 Oasis for about 2 years now and have done quite a bit to it to restore it. She's small, only about 11', single axle, but a great floor plan! Sleeps 4 easy (2 adults, 2 kids). This Oasis was well taken care of my a doctor who owned her most of her life, even installed an A/C at some point (nice!). it has the original oven/stove top and fridge - all working great! The heater had been yanked out, and a door/storage in it's place - which is fine by me. Original pink little sink (with small chip in it that I'd like to try to fix someday). Mine had brakes on it, too. Great big front picture window, which I love!!! What else can I tell you about her? Have you tried paining yours yet?

Since: Apr 10

La Jolla, CA

#555 Apr 14, 2010
Travel railer Tammy wrote:
<quoted text> I have a 65 Oasis and I've painted it some. I have only painted some of door panels, window casings, and front awning, and little vents to give it some character. It was all white - boring! She looks very cute now, BUT the white, oxidized paint on the aluminun needs help!
I sanded the aluminum window casings, rain gutters, and door panels fist. Then I primed them with Krylon spray primer, followed by Krylon high gloss spray paint in a vintage blue. Worked great. The spray came out nice and even. The hardest part was covering up the rest of the trailer with newspaper and tape!! The painting part was easy. Send me your email, and I"ll send you some photos!

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