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TJJ: Vintage Trailers

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Django, Apr 5, 2006.

  1. R1FIGHTER
    Joined: Apr 19, 2008
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    interior
     

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  2. BAILEIGH INC
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  3. stumpjumper
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    We just picked up this '57 Jewel. need to be completely torn apart and redone. gonna rip into it this month.
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  4. A 31 MO FO
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    1953 silver streak was gutted by the last owner but have had it redone. Not original but with two young boys hope to be having fun for a long time.
     

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  5. BAILEIGH INC
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    creepy
     
  6. invizibletouch
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    Bitten hard...

    FREEBIE from a buddy's boss. Was just sitting in the middle of 10 acres in north Baldwin County. Told me to take it, so I did!

    Needs a good bit of work but it's a great foundation. Think it's a 71'? Kid's are SUPER stoked to go camping at the beach later this summer.

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  7. invizibletouch
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    One more with a very jealous 49' Ford in the background. "I'll finish you, I swear!" :D

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  8. falconizer_62
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    that is sweet! what make is it? looks more like early '60's by the shape. more interior pics??
     
  9. invizibletouch
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    Shasta! The reason I say 71ish is because it's the same layout I've seen in the earlier models but they are more rounded on each end. Any help with ID is appreciated! I have all the pics here: http://public.fotki.com/invizibletouch/1971-shasta-travel-/
     
  10. Grumpy
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    Im guessing 69-73 also. Too squared to be mid early 60's. Cool though. Congrats..
     
  11. hvychvy
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    Here's one I scored on ebay a couple months ago.Its now taken apart for a slight refresher,and soon to be pulled behind my A sedan:D
     

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  12. willowbilly3
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  13. langy
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    Not vintage but here's my Teardrop i built a few years ago, Its a little bigger than normal at 10' long, 4' 6" wide.


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  14. mow too much
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    Langy you did a exellent job, most home builts don't look right at least the ones if seen, yours does.
     
  15. R1FIGHTER
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    I agree, that teardrop is perfect!
     
  16. 41woodie
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    Most homebuilts look, er well homebuilt. You did a great job and got the proportions just right. Who owns the wooden tear parked beside yours. I am finishing up a 41 Ford Woodie that would look great on the other end of that ones hitch.
     
  17. langy
    Joined: Apr 27, 2006
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    Thanks guys here's some more pics you may like, The trad trailer next to mine is my best buddy's Brian Lucas, I don't think he comes here much but i will see if i can get him to post some pics of his.


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  18. falconizer_62
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    love the teardrop! great work :)
     
  19. tattedfordguy
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    I just picked this up today...
     
  20. onemintcaddy
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    Now I can see it,,,, That little shit is realy cool,,,,,,,,,,
     

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  21. 64chrysler300
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    ours is a '64 Wolfe that weve had for 2 years and its a cool little camper. ill try an post some pics. these old campers are fun!
     
  22. greasy50chevy
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  23. tattedfordguy
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    Does anyone know about this model??? Any info would be great...
     
  24. Leon
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  25. Trent_A
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    Here is my 1960 Oasis and my Belair. The camper was a fun winter project.
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  26. BadLuck
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    Heres an updated pic of my 1960 Shasta...just painted the light blue.....

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  27. Grumpy
    Joined: Jan 28, 2003
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    Well, its been 2 months exactly, so time for a big fat BTTT..
    Just cuz I love these little things.

    We sold our 61 Scotty Silverside because at 11'8, it was just too small. And we found a 61 Yellowstone, which is 14' and nicer than the scotty was.
    We bought it off a 77yr old guy. And its very well preserved. And we kept our red and white striped awning, so it'll look great on the yellowstone.

    **Note, I already removed the goofy add-on awning track from the yellowstone and it has painted steel wheels with 55 pontiac hubcaps now.:D
    I'll have better updated pics of it in a week or so, once we're done with it.
     

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  28. falconizer_62
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    can we see the inside?
     
  29. rusty28a
    Joined: Jun 10, 2008
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    Here's the one I just bought. Not sure why. 1966 Northwest Coach. I have been stripping the paint off for a month and am still on one side! The top was an ant colony and the floor was rotten so it's half gutted now. Plans are two tone polish/paint and to the backyard for the kids playhouse. I will have less invested in this than buying a crap wooden playhouse from Sams!
     

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  30. oldpl8s
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    call me chicken, but I wouldn't sleep in that...
     

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