We love a good vintage trailer, but what happens behind the scenes of a vintage trailer restoration? Luckily for us, the good folks at Flyte Camp are sharing.

 

Flyte Camp is a vintage travel trailer restoration and renovation company located in Bend, Oregon. They recently restored a 1961 Holiday House Geographic Model X that is so mod it’s nearly too good to me true. To learn more about their process of vintage trailer restoration, watch below:

 

 

Looking for more on the Holiday House? Flyte Camp shares the vintage trailer’s specs on its listing—and they are too good not to share.

“Through out the coach original vintage light sconces are combined with LED lighting. Warm LED strip lighting accents the cabinetry, with lighting in cabinet, under cabinet and along the floor in the living area.  The kitchen is outfitted with a stainless two burner cook top, a two drawer stainless 3-way fridge, and a stainless sink with a built-in drain board. Stainless kitchen countertops, and luxury upholstery fabric, in moss, accented with high end custom pleated and lined drapery complete the interior finishes. Behind the scenes an LP on-demand hot water heater provides a steady flow of limitless hot water. Off grid the water holding system is made up of a 35 gallon fresh water tank, a 35 gallon black water tank and 40 gallon grey water holding. The 2000 watt Go Power! inverter system is powered by 4 Trojan 6-volt AGM batteries, and is solar capable. There are both 110 outlets, and 12 volt ports throughout the trailer. The A/V system includes a 32” TV, surround sound and a DVD/Bluetooth stereo system. The Air-conditioning system has a heat pump and is tastefully concealed under the front couch. The front L shaped sofa, is 30” deep with pillows removed and can comfortably sleep two. The gaucho couch also extends to sleep two. There is ample storage, with full extension drawers.  Aluminum trim and detailing has been added to the bottom of the cabinetry. No detail has been overlooked including the laser etched stainless steel transition with “Geographic Model X” inscribed.”

Want to know what goes into the vintage trailer restoration process? Flyte Camp shares a behind the scenes peek at their 1961 Holiday House Geographic Model X. Atomic Ranch

This retro beauty also happens to be a prize winner! It won Best of Modernism at the 2018 Palm Springs Modernism Vintage Travel Trailer Show and Best Mobile Mansion at the Pismo Coast Rally in May of 2018.