Flytecamp Vintage Restorations
This week Jeff Johnston meets up with Justin Scribner from Flytecamp Vintage Trailer Restorations and gets up-to-date with everything that’s been going on with Flytecamp since we first visited them about four years ago.
At that time, Justin and his wife Anna were just starting their Flytecamp vintage trailer business full-time and it was obvious then that this husband and wife team were destined for something big. Little did we know how big.
Since that first visit, this talented team has been turning out some of the best vintage trailer restorations in the country. Their high quality work and attention to details has paid off big time. Not only did they have to expand the operation to accommodate demand for their work, but the even ended up with their own television show on the Travel Channel called, ‘Flippin’ RV’s”.
If you’ve never seen their work, check out the latest restoration, which we feature on this week’s show. It’s an all fiberglass Holiday House trailer that is absolutely eye catching and, like all their work, flawless.
Now if restoring vintage trailers was not enough, the company is now building their own vintage trailers called the Neutron. They have taken all their skills and knowledge of restoring vintage trailers and transformed that into building.... from the ground up... new, vintage trailers. You can also get a good look at the Neutron on this week’s show.
Watch this interesting story and for more information about Flytecamp Vintage Restorations visit: www.flytecamp.com
Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser
As you know, not everyone can own an original vintage trailer, but if you like the vintage look but want today's accommodations and amenities then definitely check out some of the newest retro models trailer on the market.
The Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser is one of the most popular models so we decided to have our RV technical guru and host of the show spend a few days camping in a Vintage Cruiser and give us his normal, to-the-point opinion of this great looking trailer. And the bottom line, Jeff and Pam enjoyed their Vintage Cruiser camping trip. To see the story for yourself, just click on this week’s show.
For additional information on the Gulfstream Vintage Cruiser visit: www.gulfstreamcoach.com
Extending the Battery Life in Your RV
Many RVer’s talk about how they only get one or two years of battery life in their RVs. Holy Cow… if this is you, then you’re doing something wrong. On this week’s show, Mark Polk from RV Education 101 shows us how you can extend the life of your RV batteries to four, five and even in some cases, six years.
The funny thing about this is, it’s not complicated or super technical. It just involves some common sense maintenance that anyone can do, but you have to do it otherwise, just pull that credit card out and keep buying new batteries.
Check out this interesting and informative segment on this week’s show and start saving money on new batteries. Use that money on something fun.
For more information on batteries or anything having to do with RVs, visit Mark and Dawn at: www.rveducation101.com
Hope you enjoy this weeks show.