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Vintage Cruiser: Gulf Stream Vintage Cruiser Travel Trailer

Originally Published in Trailer Life Magazine

Trailer interior image of kitchen with grass and trees in backdrop through windowGulf 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.

Red and grey dinette table with trees in the backdrop through the windowsThe 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.

Gulf Stream | 800-289-8787 | www.gulfstreamcoach.com


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