Retro Kenskill with a stylish interior

Kenskill trailers have stood the test of time. They started production in the 1940s and ran until some point during the '70s, according to My Vintage Travel Trailer. Though there hasn't been a Kenskill manufactured in decades, they're still extremely popular today. The Kenskill trailer is the perfect size for a traveling family and doesn't require the maintenance that a Vagabond or Spartanette might.
The vintage interior is a standout feature of this Kenskill. Just take a look at that dining area.
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The sizable dining area rests right next to the trendy kitchen. 
That oven is certainly a relic!
The wood backdrop of the kitchen is a nice touch.
Tucked away in the rear of the trailer is the bedroom, surrounded by windows. 
The chrome bathroom has both a shower and toilet. There's no need to venture outdoors to do your business.
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This bathroom was added just to the left of the entry door.

Posted by Vintage Camper Trailers on Tuesday, February 2, 2016
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