"Root Beer Float" – 1950 Westcraft Coronado
Why is it called a Root Beer Float when the ice cream is the only thing that floats?
- Restored Vintage
- Sleeps 2 Adults
- 25 Feet Long
- Vintage Styling
- Rear Full Bed
- Privacy Between Bedroom & Main Salon
- Original Vintage Fridge
- Private Shower on Deck
- Stove is for Aesthetics & Does Not Function
- Surround Speaker System
- Air Conditioning
- ***NO CABLE TELEVSION
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"Root Beer Float" – Floor Plan
A Brief History
Flyte Camp completely restored this trailer from the ground up. After removing the body, they reinforced the frame, replaced the axle, and then put on new exterior aluminum. The body was polished and painted, and all windows and doors were restored to original specifications. The interior was rewired, insulated, and plumbed, and finished with gorgeous high-gloss birch wood.
The Westcraft Manufacturing Company of Los Angeles and later Burbank, California, manufactured two different lines of trailers: Westwood and Westcraft. Flyte Camp featured this trailer on the tv show Flippin’ RVs, specifically building it for the 2017 SEMA Show.