If you don’t have a trailer, I’m here to tell you about a cool vintage Winnebago I just stumbled upon. If you’re reading this, you’re probably familiar with the Iowa-based company, but maybe you didn’t know that there was a time when Winnebago didn’t make motorhomes.
This trailer is from that era, dating back to 1964, two years before the American manufacturer launched its first motorhome.
Like many camper trailers from the era, this Winnebago is a squared-off camper. But while it’s not as stylish as a teardrop camper, it’s quite roomy and will accommodate two people comfortably. The good news is that the trailer has been restored inside and out and comes with period-correct appliances and furniture.
It’s got a gas stove, a large icebox, an air conditioning unit, and even a porta-potty. There are two narrow beds along each side and a small table between them. So while it can provide sleeping space for two people, it can sit about eight persons. Just in case you want to throw a party on the go.
The interior is finished in seafoam green, a popular color in the 1