Could this be the World’s MOST EXPENSIVE VINTAGE TRAILER??

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Well, if you add the BUGATTI CHIRON to it… yes. It would be about $3M and change.

And that brings to mind, what IS the best vehicle to pull your cool VT? If you can’t find the answer, then maybe just pick up a copy of our Coloring Book for options. With the Bugatti, you’re sure to get up into the BIG TREES quite quick!

‘Course, you may not have any money left over for Groceries…

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1971 OVERLANDER AIRSTREAM VINTAGE TRAILER – 3MINUTE KUSTOMS

1971 OVERLANDER AIRSTREAM VINTAGE TRAILER – 3MINUTE KUSTOMS – Fireball checks out a resto-modded 1971 Overlander Airstream Vintage Trailer. Classic on the outside, full-on new on the inside!

ULTIMATE VINTAGE TRAILER BARN FIND! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 911

SUBSCRIBE! http://www.youtube.com/fireballtimULTIMATE VINTAGE TRAILER BARN FIND! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 911 – After 24 hrs of packing, Fireball and the boys from The Murphy Museum head home… with the Ultimate Barn Find Vintage Trailer!

VINTAGE TRAILER DISCOVERED ON THE MOON! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 827

WATCH!! VINTAGE TRAILER DISCOVERED ON THE MOON! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 827 – After some Malibu goodness, Fireball sticks a Vintage Trailer on the Moon for his new Vintage Trailer Coloring Book!

AMAZING VINTAGE TRAILER SHOW IN GOLETA!! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 821

AMAZING VINTAGE TRAILER SHOW IN GOLETA!! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 821 – Groovin’ at the Grove goes off in Goleta, California with amazing Vintage Trailers. Fireball and Ken check it out along with some Classic Cars. Also featured is the beautiful Lake Shrine in Malibu.

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2017 BUELLTON VINTAGE TRAILER SHOW DAY 3! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 682

2017 BUELLTON VINTAGE TRAILER SHOW DAY 3! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 682 – Fireball and Actor Tony Dow cruise through the Buellton Vintage Trailer Show, picking their favorites for the Awards Ceremony. Scooter Parade Featured!

WATCH! 2017 BUELLTON VINTAGE TRAILER SHOW DAY 2 PART 2! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 681

2017 BUELLTON VINTAGE TRAILER SHOW DAY 2 PART 2! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 680 – Actor Tony Dow joins the 2017 Buellton Vintage Trailer Show as Fireball attends the Costume and Food Contest. Lots of Interviews!

1962 AIRSTREAM GLOBETROTTER VINTAGE TRAILER – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 617

1962 AIRSTREAM GLOBETROTTER VINTAGE TRAILER – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 617 – Fireball and Kathie head north to The Murphy Auto Museum in a Jeep Wagoneer and the 2017 Chevy Bolt. Learn about the 1962 Airstream Globetrotter Vintage Trailer and drive a Rat Hot Rod! Whew!

From WIKI… AIRSTREAM is an American brand of luxury trailers (“caravans” in British English) which are easily recognized by the distinctive shape of their rounded, polished aluminum coachwork.

This body shape dates back to the 1930s and is based on designs created by Hawley Bowlus, who had earlier overseen construction of Charles Lindbergh’s aircraft, the Spirit of St. Louis.

Airstream trailers and recreational vehicles are manufactured in Jackson Center, Ohio, USA. The company, a division of Thor Industries, now employs more than 600 people, and is the oldest in the industry.

The company was created by Wally Byam, a lawyer by training, who began building trailers out of Masonite in his backyard in Los Angeles during the late 1920s. Byam published a magazine selling “how-to” kits to customers wishing to build their own trailers.

After helping market Hawley Bowlus’ trailer, Byam acquired the struggling Bowlus Company. In 1936, Byam introduced the “Airstream Clipper”, which was essentially a rebadged 1935 Bowlus, with the door relocated from the front to the side.

The design cut down on wind resistance and thus improved fuel efficiency. It was the first of the now familiar sausage-shaped, silver aluminum Airstream trailers. The first Airstream, called the “Clipper” in 1936, was named after the first trans-Atlantic seaplane.

It slept four, carried its own water supply, was fitted with electric lights and cost $1,200. Of more than 400 travel trailer builders operating in 1936, Airstream was the sole survivor of the Depression.

During World War II, travel became a luxury most could not afford and non-military industries faced an acute aluminum shortage. When World War II ended, the economy boomed, and people’s attention once again turned towards leisure travel.

Byam’s company went back into production in 1948. In July 1952, a new facility in Jackson Center, Ohio, was established. 1979 saw the last #Airstreams to be manufactured in California.

In 1974, Airstream began manufacturing a Class A motorhome, badged “Argosy”.[1] They began as painted 20- and 24-foot (6.1 and 7.3 m) models, and were followed in 1979 by the first examples of the Classic model motorhome, with an unpainted aluminum body much like the trailers.

RESTORED 1960 HOLIDAY HOUSE VINTAGE TRAILER! – FMV564

Fireball heads to The Murphy Automotive Museum to check out a 1960 Holiday House Vintage Trailer, drive a 1952 Chevy Pickup and an amazing classic Lincoln Continental! WATCH BELOW!

From TinCan Tourists… David Holmes, President of “Harry and David” (mail-order fruit baskets and gifts) was looking for ways to keep his workers busy during the January to July “off season”. Capitalizing on his life-long interest in travel trailers and modern design, he decided to employ his skilled workers in the production of a new travel trailer with a very modern and daring design. Holmes’ new “Holiday House” travel trailers were based on the standard aluminum skin over a wood frame design, but the overall styling was very progressive and “space age” and a huge departure from the familiar “canned ham” styles being produced by most other travel trailer manufacturers. Holiday House trailer production began at the Medford, Oregon plant on November 2, 1959, and reached full production level in February 1960. For 1960, Holiday House production included 17ft. and 19ft. models as well as a dual axle 24ft model. For model year 1961, the company strengthened the chassis, enlarged the bathrooms and lengthened the 17ft and 19ft models by one foot.

Although well made and very stylish, Holiday House travel trailers were priced higher than most of the competition, so less than 200 units were manufactured for the 1960 and 1961 model years, before production ceased in January 1962. Besides the daring Holiday House with its “Googies” decorations and style, David Holmes is also famous for the super-modern limited-production “Geographic” travel trailer he began designing in mid 1960 as a “Trailer For The Rich”. Designed in conjunction with BMW race car designer Chuck Pelly, the Geographic’s styling was unlike any other travel trailer and was way ahead of its time.

With a price tag of almost $8500, less than 10 of these strikingly futuristic all fiberglass marvels were ever made. Tragically, the original fiberglass molds survived a factory fire on June 17, 1962, only to be discarded in 1985 when the Harry and David company was acquired. Only one Geographic travel trailer survived, and a complete restoration in 2007 retained the original teak woodwork, Norcold refrigerator, Magic Chef oven and dual “fold out” Magic Chef cook tops. In 2010, this lone surviving Geographic was listed for sale for $135,000.

Holiday House trailers were the brainchild of David H. Holmes, President of Harry and David Fruitiers in Medford, Oregon in 1959.