top of page
1965 SHASTA SUPER 18
An experimental restoration for a timeless classic.
*The logo above is not affiliated nor endorsed by Shasta RV, Inc.
Designer and aspiring architect. Lover of the delapidated and new interpretations. Based in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
For more read my first blog post here.
Christina McMahon, M.Arch
Other places you can find me:
A frequently updated forum where members range from beginners to people who've been restoring trailers for decades. Anyone flipping a camper should be heading here for tips & info.
Based in CA and having worked on vintage trailers since the 70's, Mobiltec posts video tutorials that guide reconstruction from start to finish. Straight forward, concise and a good place to begin before starting your first trailer.
Peter Flanders of Ocean Breeze RV installed my entirely new electrical and propane systems. There aren't enough good words - Peter is someone who takes the time and really goes beyond to help you out, and was always willing to share his knowledge of trailers (new and old). When I first came in they even walked me through an older trailer they were working on with the same layout as mine. Genuinely good people with invaluable knowledge - highly recommended!
Jacob Dale has graced the internet with his super helpful video tutorials following the entire renovation of a 1973 Shasta 1400 travel trailer. It guides his process step by step (with necessary humor) and has saved my sanity.
Located right in lovely Montpelier, Vermont, VTS specializes in products that compliment the vintage camper aesthetic while providing modern convenience. They were my go-to for things such as exterior trim, access panels, vents and some electrical/light fixtures.
1965 Shasta Super 18 Original Ad
bottom of page