Friday, October 28, 2011


For sale cute little 10 foot Fleetcraft, made in Seattle in 1964
New trailer tires, wheel bearings packed and ready to tow!

Interior freshly painted, floor is original linoleum and solid!

Super rooomy floor plan for a small trailer. The sofa/bed across the back with the table on the side and another little bench seat on the otherside of the table.

The front kitchen is great, with an extra long counter that goes back beyond the icebox. Original formica counters and table top, all original appliances.

Wrap around windows up front, keeps this trailer lite and bright

Tons of cabinets and storage. (11total)

The bunk has been shortened into a shelf , but easily converted back to a bunk.

********* SALE PRICE $2895.00************


  1. That is just darling! It'll be gone in a heartbeat, I bet! xo Diana

  2. Love it! I formerly was an Airstream trailer camper. I was wondering about the floorplans in these small vintage ones --- do they have potties and / or beds in them? Obviously they are small so I understand how limited the space is. Just curious.

  3. I'm so glad I found your blog. I can't wait till I'm able to buy one of these little gems of my own. Wish it could be this one.

  4. jeff and vicki, i couldnt find your e-mail address? mine is

  5. Drooling again. Probablya good thing you are sooo far away!

  6. Wonderful, these just captivate some of us. I'm redoing my own. You do a lot of work just to make one road worthy, I don't think many people realize how much time and difficulty goes into this.
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  7. i love this trailer....did it sell yet?

  8. Oh my goodness! I had no idea there was such a wonderful community of vintage trailer lovers! I am hooked now. As a teacher, I spend much time camping in the summer with my family. I've been considering a camper now that my back is getting older-sleeping on the ground is not as appealing as it once was. I was considering a new trailer, but I am completely in love with these sweet, vintage gems. I will be following your site for sure!

  9. What a lovely trailer. One could really relax in this place. A reprieve from the noisy city life. Too bad its sold already.
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  10. Cute! Headed to see the Sisters on the Fly open house this weekend in Pigeon Forge. I have owned a 1955 Scottsman, and a 1962 Shasta. Have a modern trailer now, but want another vintage!!

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  12. hello! ... just recently bought one of my own - a 1962 shasta airflyte ... maggie mae, is her name!
    any suggestions on how to paint the exterior? as i'm off in summer, my daughters and i plan to do it on our own - professionally done it would cost between $2500 and $3000 -
    thanks so much ... great blog!

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