Justin and Anna prepare a 1952 Crown to reveal to its anxious owner. Meanwhile, Flyte Camp is moving locations and beginning a new era of building their own modern meets vintage masterpieces. These are incredible creations from the ground up.
Justin and Anna prepare a 1949 Spartanette to reveal to new clients at Modernism Week in Palm Springs, California. They arrive in the desert to find dozens of jaw-dropping vintage trailers.
Justin and Anna pick a classic Westwood but run into some issues when renovating the interior. Their clients need the project finished in just under three weeks, which puts the team at Flyte Camp under a lot of pressure. To add authenticity to the project, Justin and Anna head to the Roslyn rally to find design items for the interior while researching other trailers to use on future projects.
Justin and Anna restore a 1947 Higgins for a client interested in an entry level tent-style trailer. Though the project seems simple, there is plenty of other work in the shop to keep the build team busy-including the reimagining of the Flyte Camp prototype, Neutron trailer. The Neutron client loves the original design but wants to make some significant changes-to create the ultimate couples retreat on wheels. They'd like a queen-size bed and a full sized bathtub...and they want it finished and ready to reveal in just under four weeks. Can Justin, Anna and the team meet their incredibly strict deadline? Justin is confident but the list of work is daunting, to say the least.