As my partner and I approach retirement age, our spouse and I are looking more and more into getting a camping trailer, but unlike some retirees, the two of us do not want to live on the road day in and day out.
The people I was with and I just want a trailer to camp in from time to time. It would come in easily handy when the two of us go and visit our family. Or, when family comes to visit us (the trailer can serve as a guest house). I was searching high and low at a large number of brand new trailers until our spouse found this 1960 antique 48-foot trailer. It iswhite and red and had a teardrop in shape. The trailer has been completely restored to look love it did back in 1955 when it was first built. The only issue is that does not have a/c or heating, after talking with a Heating and Air Conditioning owner friend of mine I suppose the two of us have come up with a plan! He thinks a small ductless mini-split 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 work if the trailer was blocked into a power source however that would not be an issue like it usually seemed to be. On top of that, when putting the main Heating and Air Conditioning component under the trailer it would not take away from the antique shape of it, then my spouse is getting gleeful about the trailer now as well because she is easily into the looks of this antique look. She has been talking about making curtains and has even started picking out fabrics and pulled out her seasoned doing crafts machine. My Heating and Air Conditioning friend and I are going to take a look at the trailer Tuesday. If the two of us both enjoy just what the two of us see, and it appears that the two of us can install a ductless mini split heating system and air conditioner, I will be taking cabin the trailer on Tuesday.