We recently decided to sell our vintage 1950s American Vagabond trailer and have advertised it on several channels. It needs a lot of work but it could look absolutely stunning with the right amount of TLC. It is offered for sale in the UK either for you to take away or you can buy it and let us do the renovation work for you.
In case you need a little bit of inspiration to see what it could be like here is a lovely picture of a sunshine yellow 1952 Vagabond trailer that we have found. As for the interior, the sky is the limit, just look at our gallery page for examples of some of the refit and renovation work we have done in a range of Airstream trailers and motorhomes, plus Winnie the Winnebago.
You can find out more about our beautiful vintage Vagabond trailer for sale (pictured below) – which is also a 1952 model – on our for sale page. If you are genuinely interested please call the office – our contact info can also be found on our website.
In the ARC workshop today, this 1950’s classic Whale Tail Flying Cloud Airstream project is almost ready to go to it’s delighted owner. We’ll be having a photoshoot of the Airstream in the owner’s garden with our expert photographer, Jeremy Phillips: so watch this space for some super glamorous interior shots coming soon!
In the workshop today – this 1950s Airstream Safari is all polished and finished and ready to leave the workshop:
Now we’re starting restoration on this new project:
This Airstream is also awaiting restoration – Next year is going to be a very busy and exciting one for ARC.
In the workshop today, the floor of the 1956 Airstream Safari is finished, with underfloor heating installed and insulated wheel arches, all ready for the next phase of the restoration.
In the ARC Workshop today: these end caps are being fitted in the 1956 Airstream Safari. Here’s a pic of them on the ground, prior to being fitted.
Here they are in situ, layered over felt insulation and our standard Airtek insulation.
Close up of the 2 insulation layers
In the workshop today – following the structural work last week – the 1953 Airstream Cruiser now has a new phenolic floor:
…and here’s an exterior shot of the Airstream Safari which is being transformed into a deluxe pool house, enjoying the spring sunshine:
In the workshop today – this 1952 Airstream Cruiser is getting the ARC treatment. The interior is being stripped out, the floor is coming out, the chassis is being painted and then it is being fitted with new insulation and a new floor as we repair it from the ground up. At the moment it is in a very sorry state so do stay tuned to the blog to see how this project progresses, we just love the original features like the door handles and original Airstream badge.
Here’s one of the first Airstreams ever renovated here at ARC. This 1956 Airstream Custom has come in for a quick re-buff to get it shiny for Glastonbury festival.
Today we’ve got a few more photos of the bedroom from our photoshoot with the 22ft Airstream Safari. It’s upholstered throughout with overhead storage in real cherrywood veneer and integrated lighting and spotlamp fixtures.
Here are the superb results of another glam finished project photoshoot with our favourite photographer, Jeremy Phillips. This 22ft 1959 Airstream Safari has been refitted throughout and has been a joy to work on for our upholstery team! The design was created by Andrea Chappell and ACME Studios and the interior construction and fit out was of course completed at our workshop in Somerset.
With real cherry wood veneers throughout and bright clean lines this Airstream is now heading off to Scotland where it will be used for family holidays. The feature that sets this Airstream apart from our other projects is the playful egg-shaped hole leading into the master bedroom, which is padded throughout in bright tomato coloured upholstery.
We’ll post some more piccies later in the week!