1963 Restored Shasta Compact For Sale

THIS TRAILER IS NOW SOLD. This 63 Shasta Compact’s are one of those beauties that you find so rarely and when you do you exclaim “Where have you been all my life!?”. I’ll let the seller’s ad copy and photos speak for themselves…

This rebuilt 1963  Shasta Compact is Ready to Camp! No Work Needed. Color is 1956 Ford Coral.

Extensive structural  work done (including new subfloor) with pics & receipts to back it up. All  correct materials used; such as cypress lumber (no pressure treated) and  stainless steel screws. Underbody rubbercoated.
Current set up includes  110 Electric, City and Gravity water, dorm fridge and porta-potty.
13′  Trailer includes a friction anti-sway control.
Weblon fabric Awning, 2  vintage lawn chairs (shown) and some other rally props also  included.

See pics at http://63shastacompact.shutterfly.com/

Please email for more  details or with any questions and put “LittleVintageTrailer” in the subject  line.  I will not respond to any  emails asking if the trailer is still available.


Seller Contact: SOLD

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  1. Gretel G. says:

    I spoke with you about your trailer, I am still interested and trying to see what the cost would be to transport it to California. Would you mind giving me you telephone #.

  2. Oh my, how cute is that? Love, love, love the Flamingo Inn!

  3. Be still, my heart! So Cute…love the original wood on the interior! Thanks for sharing!
    Val in Kansas

  4. We have seen this trailer at several rallies. It is even more beautiful than the photos show. If I could only convince my husband that we need another trailer, it would be mine! Whoever buys this will be very happy.

  5. Beth Ross says:

    Is she still for sale? Thanks, Beth

  6. I wonder how much a restoration like this cost.

    I have a friend who is selling his 1963 Shasta for $1,200, he says that the floor & walls have a few soft spots (meaning, probably water damage). I see the potential in that little trailer & I would love to purchase it, but I have no idea where to start or how much I would need to get it fixed up. Any idea?

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