1991 Airstream Trailer

History

The Airstream Trailer Company was created by Wally Byam who began building trailers out of Masonite in his backyard during the late 1920s. In 1936, he introduced one called “The Clipper” which had aluminum walls and sleeping quarters for four people with its own water supply–a great improvement over previous models at only $1k!

In 1974, Airstream began manufacturing a Class A motorhome and sold it as the ” Argosy”. They had two models: 20 feet long with 24-inch wide tires (6 meters) for less than $50000 USD; or 30+ footer featuring saddle interior upholstery on vintage furnishings such as leather seats from Hepplewhite furniture store in Denver Colorado called ‘Stella’s Gold’. This 1962 Tradewind bought by Art Costello became one of only 2 known gold colorways ever made!

Restoration In Progress

This 1991 Airstream was brought to Texoma Classics for a full interior restoration. We began with replacing some windows to seal up exterior leaks, and then moved on to modernizing the interior.

Customer Selected Wallpaper

It was decide to go with a mix of deep blues on white for the interior

Starting Frame out around Electrical System

Getting the Interior Ready for Primer & Paint

A Fresh Coat of Paint

The customer selected a comforting baby blue, and we also took this time to add a bit of warmth with a new fireplace and multi-color LED lighting.

Looking to Restore your Airstream?

Texoma Classics offers a full range of restoration services for all things automotive. We handle RVs, Classic Cars, and even Boats! We’ve covered a wide variety of projects and look forward to helping you breathe new life into all of your automotive projects. From minor repairs to full on restorations or recreations using all new parts, Texoma Classics is your one stop shop so contact us today!