Whoop! Whoop! Look what came in the mail today! It's practically jewelry for my trailer! From fabulous Tim Heintz Vintage Trailer Restoration: an *exact* reproduction decal to adorn my Spartan. I noticed that Tim was making these a few years ago when getting to a place where I was ready for one seemed impossible. This is such a big deal for me that it's time has come. It's, literally, going to be the finishing touch. Thank you Tim!

Ryan n Ivy
3/11/2014 06:35:22 am

Looks like we could use that same decal on our Mansion by simply not applying the Royal portion.

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BPinTN
5/31/2014 09:33:51 am

Love your website. My husband and his former business partner had a Royal Mansion they used as a construction trailer while construction of one of their storage facilities was taking place. About the time they were done with it I read an article in Country Living about vintage trailers and talked my husband into buying it. My husband died a little over a year ago and now I have the trailer with no one to help me renovate it. I've just about decided to have someone do it for me although the idea of doing it myself still appeals to me. I'll be retiring in a couple of years so will have time but my body says maybe not. I was wondering if you ever considered doing the work yourself. Sounds to me like you still work and, like me, probably don't have time for a massive project like this. I would also need a place to work on it and need desperately to get it under cover.

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Gregory Lovaas
9/25/2015 04:57:59 am

Can't wait to correspond! My 1949 manner tandem 25 is arriving later today or early tomorrow. BIG project. Frame up restoration

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Gregory Lovaas
9/25/2015 05:34:32 am

I don't know if this is a place to ask questions but what is the wonderful appearing paneling that you are using for conforming to all of the curves? That seems to be the key to the whole woodwork reconstruction and original style cabinetry! Well done!

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