"Aluminaughty" - 1951 Spartan Royal Spartanette
If this suite captures the new world order, I'm not complaining. Seek enlightenment here.
- Restored Vintage
- Family (Sleeps 3+)
- Sleeps 4
- 35 Feet Long
- Vintage Styling
- Aft Queen Bed
- Pullout Sofa Converts to Memory Foam Queen
- Dining Table
- Privacy Between Bedroom & Main Salon
- Original Vintage Fridge
- Original Luxe Bath
- Stove is for Aesthetics & Does Not Function
- AC and Heat
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“Aluminaughty” – Floor Plan
A Brief History
Looking at it now, you would hardly believe that we found this trailer adorned with leopard print carpet, a pink couch, and black lights. Rebuilt and restored by C&C Brotherhood, we kept the Aluminaughty’s construction and style as close to original as possible.
The Spartan Aircraft Company was founded in 1928 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. J.P. Getty (yes, that Getty) acquired the company in the late 1930’s and invested heavily in research and development. When the US got involved in World War II, Getty went to enlist, but was told his efforts would be better served operating the manufacturing plant to supply airplanes and parts for the war. After WWII Spartan used its skilled labor force and manufacturing abilities to create the legendary Spartan Executive; a five-seat plane with unparalleled luxury, speed, and flight range for the extremely wealthy. In 1945 Spartan changed focus to a like-industry, travel trailers, and did so with the same cutting-edge building techniques and lavishness one would expect.