Sunday, April 10, 2011

XXX triple vintage trailer rally in Issaquah, Wa

This is the inside of the historic Triple X drive-in. Such a fabulous collection of 50's memorabilia!
Is this the coolest old bus and 40's trailer!
This was a sweet combo love the turquose and white! I think they are both 1956
This little jewel is a 58? Chinook super cute!
And a trail r boat how cool is this one! WOW! I wish I would have taken more pics, but it started raining and it was cold out, so we didn't stay that long.

12 comments:

  1. i am so excited to find your blog! we recently brought home a 69 fireball. two words, excited and overwhelmed, best describe us right now. we're looking at this as a long-term project. she's actually usable now so we're taking our time, no need to rush. thanks for all the inspiration you share on this blog!

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  2. My day is MADE by finding your sweet blog(s). I'm in search of THE perfect gem for my heart, and maybe I'll find her here... until that happens, I will SO enjoy reading about yours!

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  3. Hey Amy!!!
    How do I get information on the little yellow trailer for sale???? Am also considering the fireball, as Bob has it for sale...what to do???
    Hope to see you soon! It's about time for a road trip to Sumner!

    Holly

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  4. I don't know how on earth I found this blog but it is darling!! I just love the old vintage trailers and who know I might buy one form you some time. Until then I'll just enjoy the eye candy
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane
    from Alabama

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  5. We are looking for a vintage trailer and was wondering what ones you had for sale...like is the 64 yellow Shasta still for sale...do you have other ones...you can contact me at
    TONJA859 AT YAHOO DOT COM
    Thanks
    Tonja

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  6. OH! I am sooooo thrilled to have found your blog. I came over from A Cottage Muse. We just bought a vintage motor home (1976 GMC) and are rehabbing it and hope to have it done by Fall. I am excited to sign up as a follower here and I'm smiling right out loud!!! Hugs- Diana

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  7. I am adding you to the blog list of my Nora Pearl vintage cottage camper blog! Your site is sooooo helpful for all those ladies out there whom want to buy a vintage camper. Who knows we may buy one from you someday! I'm always tempted. If we had land I know we would have more. Someday I believe my children will want one of their own. AND I would sure love to have a Shasta one day. Our timberline was given to us. Well, actually our friends sold it to us for $2000, but our dear old neighbor bought it for us. She needs to be restored now. Lots of water damage. So we won't be taking her out much anymore until we can restore her. I love love love glamping and it is hard to wait.

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  8. I'm helping my mom find a 1950-1965 canned ham. What do you have available? Also, I am finally bringing home my 1958 12' Cardinal, and will need some vintage accessories, and will need to redo the dinette cushions. I would love some links for accessories and fabric. Great blog, I'm excited to join the vintage trailer community!
    sheatheviking@hotmail.com

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  9. Love your blog! We just purchased a 67' Fireball ourselfs and have turned it into a toy hauler/50s dinner. We have some work to do and she is an ongoing project but I can say we have already taken her out on her maiden voyage and she did very well! Look forward in reading everything you have on here. Great pictures!
    ps. know of any rallies in the area? If so do we need to sign up or is there a vintage trailer club? ;)

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  10. Looking to find my self and sweet lil' vintage camper. Just starting to look and see all the different models. Thinking a 15ft/16ft one. Love any advise or info you have. We are in Portland, Or
    but I will be looking for in Wa too.
    Love your blog! Hope we end up in your store someday we are in Sumner.
    Cheers

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  11. Thanks for your blog! It's really hard to find info on Fireball campers, we've found! My girlfriend and I recently bought a 1963 Fireball. We bought it in great condition with all the original appliances in excellent working order. There are no leaks or water damage. We have done some design work on the interior: painting, new tile floors, etc. The next step is going to be to make the outside look nice. Do you have any advice on refurbishing the exterior? We got a great deal on it, but we're unsure of just how much it's worth. How do we go about appraising it?

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  12. I'm a sucker for anything retro. I can't contain my excitement; I wish I could customize our RV soon. I've been eye-ing ToyHauler Parts for some RV accessories, they have a great selection and at an affordable price.

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