Thursday, August 26, 2010

Vintage trailer Junkies your not alone!

This is the 64 Shasta "Buttercup" we fixed up for my 80 year old parents. See your never too old to be a Vintage trailer junkie!
Well, you know by now I have turned into a trailer Junkie, but me and my friend thought maybe there was something wrong with us, because we just have gone looney over these little nostalgic bubbles! Then I found Nancy's Vintage Trailers blog and I was so relieved' it's not just us' I told my friend we aren't the only Crazies!

Check out Nancys blog here if you need a REAL trailer fix!


Happy Trails

xo

Amy

9 comments:

A Cottage Muse said...

Thanks for the link ~ lately I have been enjoying peeking in the little old beauties! We camp all summer in a 2006 38' sandpiper. I mentioned to my husband how I would love an old one, he thinks I am nuts!!

gail said...

you're killin me here....I have to get one of those adorable things for my inn!
gail
adventuresininnkeeping.blogspot.com

Lisa's Creative Home said...

My husband has always wanted to take me camping but I don't do tents! I have always wanted to get my hands on a little vintage camper and fix it up. I am going to hop on over Nancy'c blog now!

" SHABBY JUNK" said...

Love the Shasta trailer, wish I had one. So cute!

Rug Cottage and Iowa Barntiques Antique Mall said...

Dear Amy,

You are so sweet to mention my blog in your posting. You aren't Crazy... just bit by the vintage trailer bug. I couldn't explain it either, but I know I've got the bug as well.

I see them as a big part of Ameicana.. just like John Deere, Harley Davdison, Chevy etc. Usually trailers are kind of utlitarian, but why not make them fun by decorating them in a theme or vintage style.

I'm very partial to Shasta trailers. It's really neat that you restored one for your parents.

I love your blog as well,

Thanks again for the kind words,
Nancy
Nancy's Vintage Trailers

A Vintage Girl said...

This is such a super blog! I love these old trailers. Yours is looking fabulous! I read about the 3/50 project and I am all for supporting small businesses. I live in a small town in Long Island, NY that has a downtown which I try to patronize whenever possible. Keep up the great work and I will be back to check your blog out again!

Maija said...

Your still crazy wonderful!!! oxox

glimpse of my world said...

I just redid a 1962 Shasta... stop by my blog to see her... we love her..

Connie said...

Would love to see some pics of the inside of this beauty! :-)