WBCCI-DenCO Luncheon and Timeless Travel Trailers 2

This past Saturday, Hubs and I were guests at the monthly luncheon for the Denver unit of the Wally Byam Caravan Club International. Thanks goes out to Kip E. for kindly sponsoring us. We arrived in Castle Rock, CO at a Mexican restaurant (even though it was St. Patty’s Day!!) to be greeted by so many kind and curious folks. They all come from different backgrounds but, all have one thing in common ~ their love for Airstreams! I was giddy with excitement to be around so many people who shared the same passion as I do. They yearn for adventure and travel and are very keen to share their experiences, which I truly appreciate. The group is a nice mix of “Vintage” owners and “New Model” owners but, they all blend so nicely. I can’t wait for the day when I too will proudly wear the name badge because that will be the day that I own my Airstream.

Timeless Travel Trailers was the guest speaker at the luncheon.  Timeless brought with them a gorgeous, completely custom 25′ Airstream.  After speaking with David Hissem, who is salesman extraordinaire for Timeless, I learned that this particular project started with an empty Airstream aluminum shell and after 4-6 months of design implementation, the finished product is now ready for the lucky couple who owns this beauty. Timeless moved the front wrap windows up a few inches to make room for the magnificent kitchen. The shower sports full aluminum walls and a stainless steel floor. Super sweet design. I adore the lavatory with the large stainless steel sink and glass counter. The bedroom is spacious and darling with blue and brown floral fabric throughout the unit. Very well done custom trailer that I’m sure the owners will enjoy for many years (and miles!) to come.

Timeless Travel Trailers, with its staff of over 25 craftspeople and technicians, can bring your trailer vision to reality. Their services include: vintage restoration, vintage remanufacture, late-model rebuild, new custom manufacture, commercial use vehicle, body work, finding your vintage trailer or ordering a custom shell.

“Every one of our trailers is unique and road worthy. It’s what we call “One For The Road.”


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