Looking for Vintage Trailer Restoration Tips for painting? You can pay a fortune, and get a great job, or, you can pay a tiny little bit and… also get a great job! It’s just a matter of elbow grease and knowledge, and a little bit of tractor paint!
The best way to learn how to paint your vintage camper is to talk to someone that’s already done it, read up on the vintage trailer restoration techniques, and visit their websites. On that note, please visit this site: Vintage Trailer Paint Restoration. You’ll read about traditional and roller methods with affordable paints, and you can learn the easy way from the previous restoration work that has been completed. Plus you’ll love the pictures!
Are you working on a vintage trailer restoration project? How is it going for you? Did you know that there’s an entire website for Vintage Trailer Supply? It’s easy to locate those hard to find vintage trailer parts!!! Trailer awnings really make a vintage trailer look sharp, so why not find the lovely trailer awning you need?
If you need ideas and supplies for restoring your vintage camper trailer, you’ll love the Vintage Trailer Supply website!
Click Here: Vintage Trailer Supply
What type of vintage trailer do you have, and what projects are you working on? Is this what you’re looking for? What do you need for your vintage trailer restoration project? Here are some of the items you can find on the Vintage Trailer Supply site:
- Vintage Trailer Windows, Doors, Vents Restoration
- Vintage Trailer Chassis Restoration
- Table Parts, Curtain Hardware, Interior Lighting, Cabinet Hardware
- Vintage Trailer Moulding and Trim for Restoration Projects
- Vintage Trailer Baggage Compartments and Front Doors – Replacements and Upgrades
- Electrical, Plumbing, Propane, Appliances for your Vintage Camper Trailer Restoration Work
- Polishing Aluminum, Caulks and Sealants, Rust Preventers, Cleaners for your Vintage Campers
- Vintage Awnings, Rivets and Fasteners For Exterior Restoration Projects
Please leave a comment and share with us about the vintage camper trailer restoration project you’re working on, and if you’d like to show of some pictures we’d love to post them!
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Hope you can help me. I own a Aljo 1960 or 61, 1500X. I can’t find a thing on the internet about this trailer. I’ve told it is one of 100 built by Modernistic Industries, Gardena CA and would like to verify this. hope you can help!
i have been told that in order to be able to use a travel trailer in alot of rv parks that it has to be certified as vintage however have not been able to find any information on how to go about getting it certified. any help would be appreciated.
hello,im looking for somewhere to obtain a catalog of vintage camper parts and accesories?
I have a 1951 Silver Streak Clipper. It is fully vintage complete with a full bath in the front. I would appreciate thoughts on its restoration
1) value of restoring it to vintage origional condition
2) thoughts on keeping all the “cool vintage stuff” but modifying it with greater usability such as removing the bath and placing a dinette in its place
3) a source to find aluminum molding that seals around the outside (alien eye) windows
Wow, it sounds like you have a fabulous travel trailer! I’m taking the challenge to look into your questions more fully on this post: Travel Trailers. Thanks so much for taking the time to comment!
Penny – the blog admin
I am doing a full restoration on a 1968 Aristocrat Land Commander and having some problems finding a supplier of any kind for vintage camper parts and trim,windows,door..ect any info would be Greatly appreciated..anyone? any info, feel free to e-mail me.Mainly need exterior parts doing inside myself, easy enough to do,Thanks so much.
I apologize that it took me so long to respond to your comment on the camper blog, by now you’ve probably already found the plastic molding for your starcraft tent trailer. I do have a really great supplier that you might try, if you still need it.
Have you tried the link to Vintage Trailer Supply? They have a really nice website, I think you’ll have good luck there. If you have a chance to let me know, that would be great. If this doesn’t work out for you please come back to the blog and leave another comment. I hope you don’t mind but I modified your comment, so that you address and phone number don’t show up on the internet.
Thanks for visiting the blog,
Penny – the blog admin
I need the plstic molding the goes in the channel all arouhd my 1978 starc5aft tent trailer black is fine where can I get some? (Address deleted by blog admin for privacy.)
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