Restored 1947 Westwood Coronado

Take a look at some before and after photos of a fully refurbished 1947 Westwood Coronado travel trailer.
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Before: Exterior

Flyte Camp's Anna and Justin originally purchased this trailer as a personal project, but interest from a client convinced them to sell it after the restoration. 

After: Exterior

The exterior of this camper was painted cherry red to match the client's hot rod. 

Before: Dinnette

The sofa is completely gone and the walls look dark and dingy.  

After: Dinnette

A vintage ClickClack sofa was reupholstered for the dining area. 

After: Dinette Windows

The walls, shelves and the fold-down table were all refinished and given a glossy new shine. 

Before: Kitchen

Where possible, Justin and Anna will try to salvage and restore the original cabinetry. 

After: Kitchen

The cabinetry was refurbished to its former glory. New stainles-steel countertops and sink keep the retro look intact.

Before: Kitchen

The pink oven is cool, but unfortunately it doesn't function too well. 

Restored, Upgraded Vintage Camper

The dividing wall between the stove and entry counter was removed to open up the space. A new vintage-style stove and Marmoleum floor keep the classic vibe.

Before: Ceiling

The skylight and surrrounding ceiling suffered years of water damage. 

After: Sleeping Area

The new bedroom now has a larger toilet closet and a television. 

Before: Exterior

Major body work and new compartment doors are all needed. 

After: Exterior

Pinstriping, quilted stainless steel and high-gloss paint job turned the dilapidated tin can into an adorable home-away-from-home. The screen door and windows were restored instead of replaced.