Sunday, August 21, 2011

We are goin' campin'!!!!!!

Haven't posted in a while so here is what we have been up to.

We finished the exterior by adding the pinstriping. We also added the trim rings and the baby moon hubcaps.

We decided to hide the battery and the propane tank in a vintage cooler on the trailer tongue.

The interior is also coming right along. The last post detailed the dinette seats and since then we have gotten the table finished, complete with a cool retro looking laminate and ribbed metal edging.

Here is a picture of the kitchen sink. This is the original sink and trim. We found a bathroom pull out faucet that fit the decor perfectly. Since we have no water heater, one side of the faucet is plumbed to the city water and one side is plumbed to the on board tank. 

Our trailer did not originally have a cabinet above the bed, but we were in need of more storage. Steve built this awesome curved cabinet that looks like it was original.

Bed is finally in.

Microwave is under the bed. Small trailers call for creative appliance placement.

Kitchen area.

Next weekend we will take the trailer out on it's maiden voyage to Stub Stewart State Park, near Vernonia, OR. We will post pictures of that soon.


  1. I am so very jealous and impressed with your cabinetry skills. I just recently got a trailer that I believe to be either a DeVille or a Westner (not Sure) and will hopefuly be posting some videos and pics as i go.

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