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Gallery of Completed Campers!
The one that started it all, 1962 Tepee. Click HERE to see it's history
Before & After pictures of one of our first restorations.
1953 Terry Playmate
Another recent project, a 1957 Siesta. Click HERE to see the rebuild.
Another trailer saved! 1956 Shasta. Click HERE to see the rebuild.
1959 Lakewood, taken from a big ugly white box to a 50's classic mobile home look. Click HERE to see it's very unique interior.
A vintage 1957 Teardrop made to match a classic Hudson
1963 Shasta Astrodome
1958 Shasta Airflyte Click HERE to see the complete restoration
1952 Rod & Reel Click HERE to see the restoration of this polished beauty
1959 Shasta Airflyte, another Shasta Restoration. Click HERE to see more!
1958 Corvette, an already restored trailer receives new skin and a new custom paint job. Click HERE to see what surprise we had under the skin
1964 Roadrunner. Click HERE to see the extensive work done on this camper
1957 Shasta. Click HERE to see the rebuild inside and out.
1954 Va-Ka-Shun-Ette, built to match a restored 1950 Hudson. Click HERE to see the extensive rebuild of this beautiful trailer.
1963 Aloha. This a was an Ebay purchase from another "restoration" shop. Everything covered up with a brush paint job using house paint, looked good in pictures. Hidden from view was damage from a previous accident. We rebuilt this trailer correctly for the disappointed buyer.
As seen in Newport Dunes, a 1956 Shasta. Click HERE to see the transformation from a total wreck.
Click HERE to see all the details of this complete transformation of a 57 Mobile Scout into a full custom trailer.
1959 DeVille. Looks like a solid old trailer. Click HERE to see what we found under the skin, and see our household type AC installation.
!957 Kenskill. Look at the difference a little polished skin will do for an old trailer.
This is a 1947 Homebuilt that showed incredible craftsmanship. Original Masonite siding was falling apart so we reskinned it in new Masonite.
1957 Corvette built into a hot rod theme trailer. Click HERE to see the unique interior.
The possibilities are endless at Retro Restoration.
Click HERE to see the amazing transformation of this incredible 1960 Holiday House
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