Category: Unique Airstreams

This Airstream Has Fleas (and Vintage Ones at That)

So you love vintage motorcycles, and maybe even riding those motorcycles in vintage clothes, which you also love. And maybe you ride those motorcycles all the way to Wisconsin (by way of Florida) from New York to check out some vintage trailers, which you think might make great vintage-goods shops, shops that could be the … Continue reading This Airstream Has Fleas (and Vintage Ones at That)

This Cigar Wrapper is Aluminum

You can’t fault Michigan brothers Brian and Jason Maynard for snagging the 31” 1974 Airstream from the guy who was living in it in his aunt’s driveway: it was the perfect fit for their proposed Cuban Missile mobile cigar-bar concept. And since the trailer has now hosted events like a cigar-themed charity fundraiser for the … Continue reading This Cigar Wrapper is Aluminum

This Austin Airstream Sounds as Good as It Looks

Austin, Texas has long been known for its eclectic music scene, and it continues to be a source of musical ferment and experiment. In the last few years, it’s also become renowned for its Airstream scene—it’s hard to toss a Stetson without it landing on some Airstream business’s antenna, whether the trailer has been converted … Continue reading This Austin Airstream Sounds as Good as It Looks

Museum on the Move

It’s only fitting that the University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s Museum on the Move (MoM) is a vintage Airstream, because the trailers have such a rich history of their own. As Professor John Troutman, the history instructor that brought the museum concept to life says, “What vehicle to support a mobile museum is more historical, … Continue reading Museum on the Move