The owner of this Harley Davidson Softail wanted a retro looking white seat and had a special request. Could we reuse the original black studded skirt so that it would tie in with his saddle bags? No problem! Very cool…who’d a thought…a white seat! And those white wall tires!!! Wowza!
The owners of this 1975 Sovereign went to the great folks at A & P Vintage Trailerworks for a complete makeover including many mechanical upgrades. The front of the trailer originally had a sofa but the owners hired A & P to build a fantastic booth style dinette area with seating for a trailer full of guests! The hydraulic base table lowers to create a platform for a huge sleeping area. It was up to us to design and fit cushions and bolsters, to not only provide comfortable seating, but fit together to form the sleeping area. The owner chose a beautiful Sunbrella fabric in a dove grey color with bright orange Sunbrella for the pillows. The end result turned a dated 70’s Airstream into a modern stylish Airstream with a fantastic retro feel.
This trailer recently made the pages of D Magazine! To see more of the inside, visit their website!
Someone must have been good this year! This 1926 T-Bucket just screams…HO…HO…HO…!!!
The snow white Ultra-leather seating with bright red trim make for an Ultra-soft and comfy ride. Custom coal black floor mats, red shift lever boots and a hand stitched brake handle cover send it to the top of the NICE list!
We don’t think the reindeer are going to be very happy about this. Too much horsepower!
Good Luck Joe and Happy New Year!
This 1961 Boles Aero was rescued from a field and sent to A & P Vintage Trailerworks for a full restoration. They did an amazing job bringing the owner’s vision of bling and glamour to life. When they were done working their magic they brought her to us for upholstery and window treatments. Yes, it’s a “her” and her name is officially “Jackie Sue”!
The owner’s choice of teal crushed velvet and deep purple velvets for the seating, silver linen for the curtains topped in more cut velvet and beaded trim gives the term Glamping a whole new meaning! Add the chandelier and….WOW!
It’s a beauty….Happy Glamping!
After several years of restoration, Ruthie is almost complete! We were told the “Sightseer” was built for use by The National Parks System but it is unknown for certain which park Ruthie started out her life in. She originally had an additional set of windows in the center but these were removed to accommodate the galley and stainless wet bath. We fabricated a vinyl and chrome headliner, side panels, door and wall panels. The bench seating folds down for additional sleeping and includes carpet lined storage beneath. The front A/C enclosure is copied in the rear. (It has been removed for access to the A/C unit in the photos.) She has a few more details to go before her transformation is complete and I’m hoping to get final photos one day, but for now, behold the coolness of….Ruthie!