This is the story of a San Antonio couple who specialize in rebuilding and restoring vintage travel trailers with their company Go Vintage Trailers.
According to a recent article on the San Antonio Express-News, they have restored around 20 trailers, most of them for clients. He’s redone a 1965 Serro Scotty Sportsman, two early ’70’s Streamline trailers, a Shasta Airflyte, and many more. He and his wife do it together as a team. They also offer their vintage campers as accommodation for events like weddings, parties, festivals, and more.
Meet the Longnecker Family, they are a family of six that travel full-time in their 1972 Airstream travel trailer.
Starting next week (October 1st) they are hosting a 5-day challenge to help you plan your first boondocking trip. Get more details below, take a virtual tour of their Airstream tiny home, and please re-share this story on your Facebook to help us spread the word. Thank you!🙏
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