Stunning Restored 1954 Airstream Flying Cloud Travel Trailer

By • Dec 2, 2011 •  Selected Work 

This one-of-a-kind 1954 Airstream Flying Cloud was originally used as a hunting and fishing lodge near Goose Lake, Oregon, before being meticulously restored by Timeless Travel Trailers, the premiere custom travel-trailer builder in North America.

Procured specifically for Orvis, one of America’s oldest mail order retailers, this trailer was transported to Timeless Travel Trailers’ facility in Denver, Colorado, for a complete artisan rebuild.

According to Orvis website, “no detail was overlooked during the ground-up customization, resulting in a trailer that is in better-than-new condition.

The gleaming hand-polished exterior is only the first hint that this trailer is truly special. Inside, the warm and cozy Orvis-inspired cabin is appointed with natural hickory wood, aged oak flooring, copper sheet, and genuine leather.

Brand-new running gear has been installed below including a new axle, brakes, suspension, wheels, tires, and coupler. All of the systems have been upgraded to meet or exceed current industry standards.”

This trailer is being auctioned through December 11, 2011, 9pm EST.

If you wish to own this vintage Airstream travel trailer, head on over to Orvis website to bid now.

Photos courtesy of Orvis
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4 Comments to Stunning Restored 1954 Airstream Flying Cloud Travel Trailer

  1. Lynn Williams says:

    Wow doesn’t quite cover the quality of this restoration. I think this 1954 Airstream would make anyone want to consider owning one. The level of detail in the work and the quality of the pictures really sell the idea. There are still numerous Airstream parks around the country but I bet beauties like this one are a pretty rare sight.

  2. Sue Ansley says:

    The interior workmanship is absolutely beautiful.

  3. Lois Smith says:

    What did you use for the copper finish? It was awesome…I am purchasing a 1972 Safara.

  4. Diane Squiers says:

    It’s a real beauty !!! Would love to travel with my grandchildren in style with this 1954 treasure .

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