Tour this vintage Shasta Airflyte restoration: the sleeping arrangements are perfect

The unique design of Shasta trailers is one that will never go out of style. Whether you are looking for that retro flair or a well-made shell for a brand new interior, it is hard to go wrong with a Shasta. Not only are the vintage models highly sought after for restoration projects but the Shasta name is still going strong with numerous new models.
This incredible makeover was made possible by 'Agent Ninety-Nine', a man that specializes in the restoration of vintage travel trailers. This 1963 Shasta Airflyte restoration has been given the name 'Old Glory' because, well, she was immaculately restored back to her glory days. The best part about this restoration is just how authentic it is. Many of the original elements can still be found tucked away in its fresh, new interior.
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We love how the interior color scheme matches the bold application of yellow on the exterior. You really get a sense of the craftsmanship that went into building these little campers as well just by paying close attention to the shelving and cabinets.
This new and improved Shasta also comes with a new and improved dinette. At night, the table can easily be lowered down to create a firm and comfortable bed in which to enjoy the most important part of the day: sleep.
The kitchenette is filled with storage and all original appliances. It wasn't easy cleaning up the vintage oven, but you would be surprised what a little elbow grease can accomplish.
More authentic elements from 1963 on the opposite side of the kitchen including this mirror and an ironing board that is tucked away in the larger closet.
Even though this Shasta is on the small side, you would be amazed by how many people she can sleep. On the opposite side of the camper, you will find the main bed which can be converted into a sofa...
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For children or for one adventurous adult, there is even a hammock set up. Cool, right?
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