As we slowly approach retirement age, my husband and I are looking more and more into getting a camping trailer, then unlike some retirees, the people I was with and I would not prefer to live on the road full time.
Every one of us just want a trailer to camp in from time to time, then it would come in very handy when the people I was with and I go and visit my family.
Or, when family comes to visit us (the trailer can serve as a guest house). I was taking a look at a bunch of brand up-to-date trailers until my husband found this 1960 antique 48-foot trailer. It is colorless and green and had a teardrop shaped. The trailer has been completely restored to look like it did back in 1960 when it was first constructed. The only issue is that does not have a/c or heating. Later after talking with an HVAC owner associate of mine I suppose we have finally come up with a plan! He thinks a small ductless mini-cut system could be added under the trailer with just a few duct holes inside where they wouldn’t not even be seen. Of course, the a/c and heating would only job if the trailer was jammed into a power source however that would not be an issue 90% of the time. Also, by putting the main HVAC component under the trailer it would not take away from the antique look, then my husband is getting up in arms about the trailer now as well because he is honestly into the looks of this antique one! She has been talking about making curtains and has even started picking out fabrics and pulled out his old sewing machine. My HVAC associate and I are going to take a look at the trailer Monday. If the people I was with and I both like what we see, and it appears that the people I was with and I can install a ductless mini cut heating system and air conditioner, I will be taking condo the trailer on Thursday.