It’s that time of the week again! Happy #ThrowbackThursday! This week’s vintage RV is a redone Santa Fe from the ‘60’s! This little cutie comes fully equipped on the inside and is being offered on Vintage Camper Trailers for only $5,900!

The outside of this trailer has been repainted with a beautiful baby blue and white paint scheme, staying true to the colors of that era. It is the perfect mix of classy, fun, and vintage all rolled into one camper. The tires on this RV are brand new and add to the vintage vibe this trailer gives. The entire RV has been resealed to ensure that there are no leaks.

The redone interior is what sets this vintage find apart. With new cushions, curtains, flooring, paint and toilet, the inside exudes a comfortable, homey feel with that classic vintage twist. The dinette can transform into two small beds or one larger bed, and there is a space above the dinette that can be used for a bunk. Although it looks small on the outside, the great usage of space makes this trailer roomy on the inside!

This is the perfect trailer for a getaway in style! Being in such great condition on the inside and outside, this camper trailer is an amazing deal! This camper is located in Huntington Beach, CA.  Call or text Leanne at 949-697-8725 to make it yours today!

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All photos courtesy of http://www.vintagecampertrailers.com/for-sale/1948-westwood

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  1. Appears you might be able to help me. Itty bitty has won our heart, but need help IDing her. Has Atwood breaking system welded on tongue over where vin numbers should be. Any other place to find them? Of course no title after 30+ years in the woods.
    She most resembles, size & shape, ’60s Santa Fe featured in Throwback Thursday 6/15/17. Same configuration inside. She is in sad shape but deserves a total rebuild. Any help would be appreciated.

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