Can't afford the mid-century modern home of your dreams? A popular option is to make over a vintage travel trailer for a colorful "glamping" experience. Like classic cars, the iconic travel trailers made by Airstream, Shasta, Boles-Aero, Spartan, and many others are in high demand these days, and are being renovated and decorated for another fifty years of travel on American roads. Join Rich Luhr, publisher of Airstream Life magazine, for a slide-show tour of some of the most fantastic vintage travel makeovers he's ever encountered.
For nine years Rich Luhr has been Publisher & Editor of Airstream Life magazine, a magazine dedicated to the lifestyle and history of Airstream travel trailers. He's also the author of "The Newbies Guide to Airstreaming" and co-founder of R&B Events, a company that produces RV-oriented special events across the country. He has owned numerous vintage travel trailers including a 1953 Airstream Flying Cloud, a 1963 Serro Scotty, a 1952 Boles-Aero, a 1977 Argosy, and a 1968 Airstream Caravel.