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1974 Silver Streak Travel Trailer Turned Tiny House


This is a 1974 Silver Streak travel trailer turned into a modern tiny house on wheels — and it’s for sale.

In 2020, it was fully remodeled and modernized but it still retains its original character. It’s listed for $50,000 out of Silverton, Oregon. Learn more below!

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Remodeled 1974 Silver Streak Vintage Travel Trailer

This single-story vintage travel trailer tiny home is perfect for those who don’t want to deal with a loft, and its lower profile makes it easy to tow.

With electric and propane appliances, 30Amp hookup powers 120&12V systems, LED lighting, Kimberly wood stove, Mini-split air conditioner, Nature’s Head composting toilet (plumbing intact for flush), Girard GSWH-2 on-demand water heater, queen bed with under storage, this tiny home is ready for all-weather living.

As I mentioned earlier, in 2020, it was fully remodeled and modernized, but it still retains its original character as a vintage travel trailer. It’s listed for $50,000 out of Silverton, Oregon over at the Tiny House Marketplace via DR Scott. Learn more below!

What are your thoughts on this vintage travel trailer conversion?

Highlights

  • This is a 1974 Silver Streak travel trailer turned modern tiny house on wheels.
  • It was fully remodeled and modernized in 2020 but still retains its original character.
  • The single-story tiny home is perfect for those who don’t want to deal with a loft.
  • Its lower profile makes it easy to tow than most tiny houses on trailers.
  • It has electric and propane appliances, 30Amp hookup powers 120&12V systems, LED lighting, Kimberly wood stove, Mini-split air conditioner, Nature’s Head composting toilet (but there is plumbing intact for a flush toilet), Girard GSWH-2 on-demand water heater, queen bed with under storage.
  • It’s ready for all-weather living.
  • It’s listed for $50,000 out of Silverton, Oregon over at the Tiny House Marketplace via DR Scott.
  • What are your thoughts on this vintage travel trailer conversion?
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Alex

Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Marsha Cowan
    July 26, 2022, 7:59 pm

    It’s actually pretty cute! Love the kitchen area with the wood tones. I like that the wall and ceiling boards are painted white, but I might have to lighten up the black walls a bit. The bathroom is adorable, and the whole camper seems to have a lot of space. Looks like wood floors. It’s a very nice camper.

  • Michael
    August 6, 2022, 7:28 pm

    Indeed, it’s nice and seems to be well done. A bit to rustic for my taste and as Martha said the wood is a bit to dark. I like vintage travel trailers and these are streamlined and really up to date to save on fuel.
    A perfect solution for people who like to travel.

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