1967 Kit Companion
1962 Shasta Compact
1968 Cardinal Deluxe
1957 Cardinal Deluxe (sold to another restorer)
1966 Red Dale
1969 Streamline Count (became a tiny home beside a lake)
1977 Concorde Motorhome
1982 Komfort Lite 2
1956 Moroccan Deville by Cat-O-Lac.
Very cool vintage travel trailer. 26 feet long overall, 6′ 3+” inside clearance. Renovation began with everything stripped out except the original art-deco style cabinets. New, solid sub-floor has been installed (some of it painted shabby white). This would be great for a traveling retro store/shop (antiques, clothing, jewelry, etc.), food cart, bakery, man cave, studio, extra living space, etc. No leaks! The roof was completely rebuilt and resealed Fall of 2016. Wheel bearings repacked and new tires installed. Working brake/tail lights and running lights. Pulls beautifully. We can build to suit, let us know want you want to use it for. Clean Title.
1970 Timberline Midlander Deluxe. $
This cute, 17′ is a combo of original and reno. Full bath (shower). Roof AC. Retro awning and poles included. Great floor plan. All systems and lights work. We acquired this one about six months ago and have performed a lot of work. All weatherized; sealed exterior completely and professionally. We’ve checked and fixed so that everything works. New Interstate deep-cycle battery, new clearance lights, porch lights and taillights (Peterson’s, like or near original styles). New shower valve and wand sprayer. New water pump. New galley long-neck faucet. All plumbing gone through. New city water hook up. Gray and black holding is one tank. LP comfort heater was removed (before us), so a new heat source will be needed if desired (elec space heater or Mr Heater Portable Buddy?). Someone before us replaced the cushion covers and curtains with a fabulous, mid-century modern theme. Cook stove works. Two new propane tanks painted to match. The original front window awning/rock guard is included, but not pictured. Includes new custom awning with poles, and rock guard cover. Tires are good, no sidewalk cracking visible and lots of good tread. We greased the axle bearings. Clean Title. We repaired one roof leak due to a plumbing vent getting old, but no other noted rot. We did not do a frame-off, or complete skin-off, resto. This is an updated and repaired original vintage travel trailer. $6,900. Paul 541-944-7541. Optional delivery available. Timberline operated in Sandy, Oregon from mid 1960’s to mid 1970’s. Owner/Operator Paul Kipers Jr. estimated they made about 4,000 travel trailers. And this is one of them 🙂
1963 El Camino Dexter…….
14′ overall (body is 12′). Canned Ham style. Completely restored and remodeled in a vintage red, white, and blue theme. New fridge and sink (quick link only). No bathroom and no holding tanks to hassle with. No built-in cook stove. Lots of storage. Lightweight. No leaks! Includes all the accessories and everything that’s in it! So Cute!