A Gleaming 1954 Airstream Restoration

by on Dec 6, 2011

A shiny silver trailer is parked in a clearing near a wooded area.

This glorious 1954 Flying Cloud used to be a hunting and fishing cabin. It was reincarnated by a company the builds custom travel trailers: Timeless Travel Trailers. From its mirror-like, hand-polished shell to its aged oak flooring, the builder was meticulous in its renovation, which was commissioned by Orvis. If you are familiar with Orvis, you know they are a sporting goods/apparel retailer. This, of course, explains the choices for its new design. It now oozes high-end woodsy. Take a look:
An RV with a rounded ceiling with a booth for sitting at the end.
 
The trailer is actually being auction off through December 11, 2011. As of the writing of this post, the bid was at $86,000. For more detailed info and pictures of the trailer, click here. (Seems the rig is being auctioned off for charity, but I can’t seem to find who the lucky beneficiary will be.)
 
A flat screen on a wooden wall in a kitchen.
Spotted at Dwelling Gawker

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