On this episode of RV Nation, a high-profile RV is built for a prominent racecar driver and his family and it is the perfect mix of luxury, function and mobility all in one package. Built on a big rig chassis, they don't come bigger than this!
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 busyincluding the reimagining of the Flyte Camp prototype, Neutron trailer. The Neutron client loves the original design but wants to make some significant changesto 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.
Justin and Anna restore a 1957 Airstream Sovereign, racing the clock to finish the project under a very tight deadline. While the build team works at the shop, Justin and Anna hit the road to attend the annual Pismo Beach Vintage Trailer Rally, where they run into some familiar faces and take a look at some truly spectacular restored and unique trailers. Once the rally ends, Justin and Anna race back to Flyte Camp to prepare for the awesome Airstream reveal...but once they return...there's still work to do.
Justin and Anna's new clients have traveled all the way from Alaska to work with the experts at Flyte Camp. Their travel-worn '47 Tahoe has some issues but it's nothing the team can't handle. From repairing the electrical systems to redoing all the plumbing, the crew is going to have to buckle down and battle the clock to get this one done in time.
A fun Hawaiian painting inspires Justin and Anna to bring the beach inside for their newest Flyte Camp original Neutron. But searching for the perfect rare pick, a packed build schedule, and scratched plans threaten to derail every attempt to get the already rented trailer to the Vintages Campgrounds on time.
Justin and Anna pick a historical '34 Covered Wagon while on a trip to the Vintage Trailer Museum in Indiana. The trailer is too rare to pass up-but once they get it back to the shop, they realize this restoration is going to require a whole lot of work. To make matters more stressful, they are trying to finish the project in time to reveal it at the River Bend Rally to the editors of a Vintage Trailer Magazine.
Justin's brother Jeff and his father Harry work to save a family heirloom Deville and bring it back to life for the clients, while Justin and Anna hatch a big plan to show up at a local Bend Rally with a fleet of Flyte Camp trailers. When Justin tries to add a vintage golf cart into the mix, the whole plan might literally go up in smoke.
While resident parts picker Eric scours Oregon for a mid century Spartan, Justin and Anna are tasked with taking a 1949 Spartanette and turning it into the perfect mobile office and home for a builder and his wife that need to live on their job sites. But a new process suggested by the client threatens to bring the whole build to a grinding halt.
Justin heads to Vegas to find a truck that can match the same vintage style of Flyte Camp's immaculately restored trailers, but has he gone too far out of his wheelhouse? The crew races to get the truck and a homebuilt 1955 La Casita trailer restored in time for Trailerfest, the last rally of the season in Lodi. If they can't get it done in time they may miss their last chance to find the La Casita a good home.
After all the fun projects he's done this year, Justin decides to hunt down a rare 1936 Masterbilt that Anna has always wanted restored. But he quickly realizes that to bring this trailer back to life in time before a potential buyer comes to town, he's going to need to rebuild the entire trailer from the frame up.