Gulf Stream’s Vintage Cruiser travel trailer offers a step back in time with modern conveniences and amenities. The family-owned company, manufacturer of travel trailers, fifth-wheels and Class C motorhomes, claims it has captured the spirit of the 1950s for campers to enjoy today with six 20-, 23- and 26-foot floorplans that include two bunk models. Gulf Stream’s goal in building the Vintage Cruiser is for people to “recall a simpler era and relive days filled with swimmin’ holes, fireside sing-alongs and camping in the great outdoors, where the stress and pressure of the 21st century don’t exist.”
The lightweight-fiberglass Vintage Cruisers may look retro but are built with modern laminated, vacuum-bonded walls, a welded-aluminum frame and a one-piece roof, and start at 2,825 pounds (dry). Standard features include Roanoke Light Cherry Cabinetry, vinyl flooring and a full dry bath.
Styles, colors and designs of the upholstery, light fixtures, woodwork and graphics inspired by the ’50s team up with a 6-cubic-foot refrigerator, a stainless microwave, a two-burner cooktop and LED lights. The trailers have nearly 7-foot ceiling heights and two 5-gallon LP-gas cylinders. The freshwater tank holds 28 gallons, and black and gray tanks have 30-gallon capacities.
The Gulf Stream Vintage Cruiser is available in two-tone Teal and Cream or Crimson and Cream. An upgraded Estate Wagon package simulates a 1940s or ’50s woodie station wagon, inside and out.
Base MSRP ranges from $19,593 to $24,633.
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