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Old Campers...Let's see what you got!

Discussion in 'The Antiquated' started by mctim64, Jun 4, 2009.

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    The gray international truck & trailer is about 5 miles from me..Know them well.
    They found this rig in a barn several yrs ago ,and restored them both in their small shop in Ontario,Canada..
     
  2. chopt49
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  3. Patrick46
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    Say Gtnrkix...I'd put a pair of whitewalls with matching hubcaps to match yer teardrop to your shoebox. I love Kenskills and Benroys.
     
  4. Great stuff! Keep 'em coming. ;)
     
  5. Frankie47
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    from omaha ne.

    Camping old world style:DI've never seen this style camper before, cottage on wheels...what's the truck driving thru?
     

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  6. Tim G
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    I've seen one of those caravans before somewhere, not sure if it was in real life or on the net somewhere. truck could be an Austin maybe?
     
  7. Tim G
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    maybe an Austin A40?

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  8. czuch
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    from vail az

    I picked up an Alumalite. 1960. C/L special for $450.Gotta dump the 36' motorholmes and still like the softer side of roughing it. I'm going through the wires and bearings of course but it still has the original dog dish hub caps.
     
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    Here is one of my friends:
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    '66 F-250 4x4 with a '60 Airstream.
     
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  13. frankenstein1948
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    Our 53 Pontiac housecar and 61 scad-a-bout.
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  14. I'd like to find or build a cool tear drop trailer for my '53 Ranch Wagon. Like was mentioned earlier - no scuzzy hotel beds and great security for the hot rod !
     
  15. screwball
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    Find one? Just make one or advertise on your local kijiji site I picked up 3 old trailers free for the taking this summer. Lots of parts good tin and windows all I would need now would be the time if I wanted a tear drop just cut one of the trailers down they are not hard to do.
     
  16. George T
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    from Colorado

    Greetings from Colorado!

    Here's a shot of my 1951 Hudson Hornet [in process] and "The Lost Teardrop" trailer. The teardrop took me 7 years to build and has about 25,000 miles on it so far....

    I am a trailer nut and have several other trailers.

    Happy camping!

    George T.

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  19. Here's some old trailers from back in the day

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