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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Steve - 1962 16 SC

I don't know how I missed posting this photo a while back, but it's here now... meet the Jones. This young newlywed couple has an absolutely beautiful 16SC which was restored by father of the bride, Steve. He decided to do what many customers have asked me about, mounting the wings from the inside of the camper so there are no screw holes. Steve, they look fantastic.

The wings were a wedding gift for the kids. The groom even had a Shasta inspired cake at the wedding. I was proud to make them for such a wonderful family. I hope you guys create great memories in your "new" Shasta. Family, is exactly what these campers are about. All the best to you, and my thanks again for sharing these photos.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Chris - 1963 Airflyte CUSTOM WINGS

Well this was something a bit different. Chris contacted me and asked if I wanted to make him a customized set of wings that were inspired by the tail lights on an old Cadillac. I said sure and we went back and forth a bit on the design. Chris decided on the 2 lights in line with the second and fourth lines of the wing. He picked out and provided the lights and harness and I implemented them into the wing for him. I have not seen them lit yet but they came out looking great. I look forward to seeing them mounted on his camper.

Best of luck and thank you for bringing me this unique project.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Sean - 1968 Compact

I think its safe to say that this is NOT an original color for a 68' Compact. But Sean's little camper pulls it off fantastically. Looks great and add some serious attitude. I love it and the bold color makes the wings really stand out. Great camper, well done Sean!
( 27X7" )

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Pat - 1955 1500

Oh its the Shasta model many of us wish we could get ahold of. Those great pre-1958 models. Pat has one in what appears to be fantastic condition... and check out the tow vehicle! There is plenty of debate about adding wings to these Shastas (which didn't originally have them). But when you see photos like this its easy to see why most owners choose to adorn their early Shastas with wings. These are 8X36" wings which I think are the perfect size for these early models. I have had many customers with pre-58's that have made the same decision as Pat, and I have to say I think its the right move.

(8X36" with Standoffs and 3-line trim)

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Contact Information

If you are interested in ordering a set of wings or if you have any general restoration questions for me, I would be happy to help. Just send me an email and you will hear right back from me.

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My thanks to all of the great folks I have met, helped out, and made wings for. I look forward to many more years of serving the vintage camper community.


Robert - 1960 Deluxe

It's the Shasta model that I long to add to my collection. I suppose that I have Deluxe envy. Robert has brought this one back to life and she looks great. I am proud to have my wings on another head-turner.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Ross - 1961 Compact

I have met some very interesting people in the Shasta community, but I think Ross might take the cake. He is an artist living in New Mexico who sells his art from his camper! I get the impression from our many emails that Ross's life has been nothing less than an adventure. It has been an absolute pleasure working with Ross and I was proud to have made the wings for is roadside gallery. Here are a few shots of his camper and his art. Please visit his gallery at:

One of my favorite shots. (8X36 Wings)
The artist and his camper

Selling his art... wingless, we can't have that!