A picture is worth 1000 words so I don't think there is much that needs to be said here. Chris's 62 looks fantastic. One of these days I will catch a moment like this one in my camper! Thanks for the wonderful photo Chris, The camper looks great.
"Here’s a couple shots of your wings…like everybody must say…it’s the best part of the whole thing! Like you say…from nasty to quite shasty, just add wings. Thanks!" - Chris
Who says Shasta owners are fanatics!?... With examples like this its easy to see how we have that (accurate) reputation. Garry has gone with some bold choices on his 61 and I love it. Killer matching retro van as a tow vehicle, 'nuff said! I think the proud veteran might be getting some interested visitors the next time he goes camping. Great job Garry, enjoy it!
If pictures are worth 1000 words these might hit 1001. Tim's Airflyte looks awesome, and what a great setting in Yosemite! The camper is a survivor and I was very happy to fashion her with new wings. Hope you guys had a fantastic trip and thank you for the great photos.
Erik went with the classic throwback turquoise and Z strip on his 68 Compact. Looks awesome with his new 27X7" wings. Great awning too. Guys the camper really looks wonderful, you should be proud of it. Enjoy!
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.
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.