This retro Westwood trailer is packed with antiques

This well-kept Westwood camper dates back to 1948. One look inside and you'll get the sense that not much has been changed over the years. The beautiful light wood interior pairs nicely with the floral curtains and antiques lining the shelves. The trailer doesn't appear to have a bathroom (rather, one is not pictured), but that certainly doesn't take away from its magnificence.
In the photos below, you can see just how beautiful the woodwork is inside. The vintage teal oven is a standout feature as well.
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You can listen to the radio while lounging on the couch.
Opposite the sink is a retro coffee grinder. Have you seen one of those before?
The hardwood floor gives this Westwood a very classy feel.
Stepping inside this trailer is almost like stepping into a time travel machine.
The bedroom is tucked away in the back of the trailer. 
Lots of windows mean lots of natural light.
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