March 05, 2012

Vintage Caravan Love :: PART 2

We shared PART 1 of the super cute caravans from Palm Springs Modernism Week but these ones are truly one-of-a-kind. They're crazy cool and true works of art.
 This completely restored caravan is truly amazing. Don't you just love the deco feel?
This 1965 Airstream Safari has been transformed into a rolling editing bay designed to serve the television and film industry. Equipped with a 42" HD TV, 4G Hot Spot, Mac Mini and Apple TV, this baby is like a modern house on wheels. Look at that kitchen complete with wine fridge, coffee machine and bar!
This custom Decoliner designed by Randy Grubb is crazy! The chassis is from a 1973 GMC motorhome, the engine from a 455 Olds. and the front cab is from a 1950 "White" C.O.E. tanker. And yes, you can drive it from the top!
And for those of you wanting the vintage feel along with that brand new smell, have no fear. Airstream is still in production and these guys are still rolling off the assembly line. I had no idea they were still producing these beautiful caravans. Isn't that kitchen fantastic?

Hope you enjoyed PART 2 of our caravan tour. They're so inspiring! We're still looking for the perfect one of our own.

xo
Sécia

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2 comments:

  1. these are amazing. if only i were rich :) i'd buy one, pimp it out vintage style, and drive to mexico for the summer.

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