We can fix just about anything. We find parts that seem impossible to locate, and can also modify or fabricate a part to do the job.

It is difficult for vintage trailer enthusiasts to find skilled and experienced craftsmen that know the complex details of their vintage projects. We get most of our business through word-of-mouth. We appreciate happy customers who tell other vintage trailer enthusiasts about us. It is a close circle of people interested in the bygone era of style and quality work. Most RV shops turn away work on the older trailers because they do not have an instruction manual for repairs. We have been doing this for so long that we love the work and the challenge.

The variety of working on different projects from various eras of time. I appreciate both modern RV’s and vintage trailers. My favorite projects are the vintage Airstream, Spartan, and Canned Ham trailers like the Shastas; other favorites include Vagabonds, and Silverstreak Clippers.

The price is based on the time it will take and the material costs.

We are booking new projects every week. Please call us for our next available start date.

Most projects can be finished within two or three weeks. Larger restorations may take up to 2 or 3 months. Custom projects can take 6 months or more.

Often times customers come to us with a vintage trailer they’ve been tinkering with for years – one they’ve worked on a little and also paid someone else to work on, yet it never gets finished. One of the best rewards ever is finishing up a long-standing pet project for a thrilled customer!