Take a look inside this luxuriously restored 1954 Airstream Flying Cloud

The thought of going across the country in a 1954 trailer may not make the average person jump for joy, but wait until you take a look at this immaculate restoration. The gleaming exterior of this one-of-a-kind 1954 Airstream Flying Cloud is just the tip of the iceberg as far as the amazing job done by Timeless Travel Trailers is concerned. Timeless Travel Trailers restores, renovates and customizes travel trailers.  This one was procured for Orvis, an American retailer. 
Deep pockets were necessary for the restoration, as it was completely overhauled, making it better than when it first rolled off the assembly line. The trailer is a glamper's dream come true. The luxuriously done interior features lots of leather and wood. 
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Previously used as a hunting and fishing lodge, the trailer got a complete overhaul. Everything from the brakes, axles and suspension to tires and wheels as well as chassis were replaced to allow this beauty to venture anywhere across America.  
For the interior, the main living area is done in beautiful brown leather. Timeless Travel Trailers used wood liberally in the Airstream, as can be seen on the walls and furniture. The floor is made from aged oak. 
Overhead lighting and wall sconces illuminate the seating area. Blue accent pillows polish the look. 
The kitchen also features lots of wood. The sink is a stainless steel undermount sink with a dark faucet that blends with the color of the countertops. 
The vent is made from polished copper and breaks up the monotony of the wood but blends in seamlessly. Near the vent is a cleverly placed wine rack.
The color of the duvet dominates the bedroom.  The bed is made using a hinged mattress that opens up to reveal storage space. A shelf that can be used as extra storage space is located over the bed. 
Drawers and more storage space are located on the left side of the bed. 
The Airstream features powered roof vents in the shower and lavatory. These two areas are separate. The toilet keeps up the wood theme, but the shower walls were spared this treatment, for obvious reasons.
The shower walls show off the hand-polished shine of the Airstream and feature a small nook for your shampoos and soaps. 
Creature comforts in the trailer include a Blue-Ray player and HDTV. Clearly, no expense was spared during this remodel. 
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What do you think of this trailer? We would love to go fishing in it. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section and SHARE this with your friends on Facebook.

Justin and Anna Scribner from Flyte Camp specialize in renovating rare old trailers. This one is a doozy.
March 30   ·  
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