Finally! A Vintage Trailer In The Driveway

It finally happened! After a very long search, and hearing a lot of “someone just bought it”, we were second to call and first on site for the chance to purchase a vintage trailer. And she is now home in our driveway (this is of course not our driveway). She is in need of some TLC and restoring, but structurally good. We know it’s a 12 foot Roadrunner, but unsure of the exact year in the 1960’s she is from. If you know more info about this model, we would love to hear from you.

Here is a small peek, with many more to come…

1960 something Roadrunner travel trailer - she's all ours!

1960 something Roadrunner travel trailer – she’s all ours!

Look at the cute spice rack with mini Ball jars.

Look at the cute spice rack with mini Ball jars.

Mini Ball spice jars

Mini Ball spice jars

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rustic, very rustic kitchen - Before

Rustic, very rustic kitchen – Before

Bedroom - The now and soon to be Before shot

Bedroom – The now and soon to be Before shot

If you happen to know the year and original layout of this trailer, please share!!

4 thoughts on “Finally! A Vintage Trailer In The Driveway

    • Atomic Hostess says:

      It was definitely worth the wait!! I’m guessing that this trailer has always lived in Southern CA, the interior wood showed very little sign of water damage. I did read that the Roadrunner trailers used oak for the interior. Keep watching….plenty more updates coming.

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      • Debbie says:

        The Pictures are exactly like my trailer that has been in the family since it was new. I looked on the licence plate form and it is a 1968. Same wood paneling, same hinges, same design, just different color of flooring and kitchen back splash. The flooring in mine was grayish linoleum. We had water leaks and it ruined some of the paneling but we are in the process of restoring the whole thing. (We live in New Mexico.)
        Hope this was of some help for you.

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