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From Fenders to Fineries. Photographs of Vintage Trailers Inside & Out

October 17, 2012 by JJ in Classic Trailers, Tiny Interiors with 0 Comments

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Keeping the past rolling, hobbyist and wanderlusts alike are polishing, priming, and pimping their vintage travel trailers from coast to coast. Proprietors of Chevys, Shastas, Studebakers, Safaris, and more gather at rallies in an effort to colaborate, commemorate, and celebrate a century old past time.

The art of eating, sleeping, and merrymaking… all on wheels is an opportunity for individuals to flex both their ingenuity and individuality. Peer into one such event and see for yourself, these lovers of wheeled travel, hard at play.

Photographer Guy Scrivner has captured in his slideshows the interiors, exteriors, fenders, and fineries at the 12th Annual Mt. Baker Vintage Trailer Rally in Lynden, Washington.

Submission and Photo Slideshow Part 1 and Part 2 of the event by Guy Scrivner Photography.

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