What’s more festive than a vintage camper all decorated for the holidays? We say nothing. Here are a few of our favorites…
Some people deck the halls. Some people deck the trailer…. As lovers of all things vintage and travel-related, we thought we’d reach out to our friends at Tin Can Tourists and ask for some of their own trailers all decorated up for the holidays.
Tin Can Tourists, a group dedicated to the vintage trailer hobby, didn’t let us down. We present to you 17 different vintage trailers sure to bring you cheer this Christmas season:
Have plastic figures, will travel says the Fitzwater’s 1968 Frolic:
Christmas decorations + musical instrument + beer = a Merry Christmas for Jim and Donna Frederick:
JuLee Watson with her and Ray Rocha’s 1965 Silver Streak Atlas Continental:
This classic red and white trailer has just the right Christmas wreath and lights to bring cheer:
Of course, if you ask a vintage trailer person, Santa doesn’t need a sleigh. His reindeer look better in front of one of these:
Laura Law Brewer’s 1968 Scotty “Patsy Lee” looks straight from the North Pole…
“Mary Lou” is ready to take flight:
We’re sort of obsessed with this 1961 Scotty sporting a “Christmas in July” look:
Jim and Donna Stoughton’s “Betsy Ross” is celebrating Christmas like a real patriot:
And if you think these folks aren’t decking out the interiors too, here’s proof the Christmas fun runs inside and out:
The Warren’s 1960 Metzendorf even has a spot for Mrs. Claus:
Welcome to Christmas dinner in the Reger’s ’57 Airstream Sovereign of the Road:
Super rad retro aluminum Christmas tree rocking in the Heintz’s 1958 Skyline Deluxe:
Finally, we saved our favorite for last. This is the Wilson‘s 1955 Chevy Nomad 1963 Shasta Airflyte, and we think you’ll agree the Wilsons have done them both up right. From the exterior to the interior, this is sheer vintage Christmas camping bliss:
A special thank you to the folks in Tin Can Tourists for helping assemble all these great pictures. If you’re into vintage campers and trailers, check them out. They frequently meet up around the country for good times and old camper fun.
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