Hollywood Vintage Trailer creates a unique line of state-of-the-art trailers in a vintage skin.
It all began with designer and automobile enthusiast Randy Gomez's desire to own a trailer... After restoring a few iconic classic cars, Vintage Airstreams became his next obsession. His first project—a '65 Safari—exceeded expectations, and was restored and designed as a simultaneously vintage and modern TV production trailer now used for live webcasts (sample webcast video here. full tour at 11:42)
Next, Randy restored The '55 Flying cloud, designed as a guest house for a vintage mid-century Hollywood residence. These projects led to the current signature line of vintage trailers featuring an optimized footprint in order to maximize usable space.
All trailer interiors are expertly appointed with polished aluminum and white birch paneling and cabinetry, and a chefs kitchen with a restored porcelain vintage stove and oven, using era correct counter-tops and lighting. Beginning from the axle up, we restore all systems to modern standards utilizing the best materials and equipment available.
The interior of the 1959 Airstream Pacer was used in a California Lottery ad. watch it here
See Hollywood Airstream featured on "Extreme RV's" watch it here
Note from the designer: This creative process has been very inspirational. It lead me to design a line of mid-century furniture utilizing the fine craftsmanship that you see in our vintage trailers. See photos of the artisan line. — Randy Gomez
"It's all those special little details that really make the restoration complete.." says Randy Gomez, designer and owner of Hollywood Vintage Trailer. Our trailers are a blend of vintage styling and modern technology. Each trailer is restored to exacting standards to serve a specific purpose, from television production to wilderness camping, even a backyard retreat. These icons of American ingenuity are ready to serve your needs in any capacity.
We also offer restoration services, whether it be incorporating customized media systems or creating the perfect getaway vehicle. Contact us today for a quote!
Our process... starts with that "neglected find" which is brought to the shop where the interior is removed and stripped to the frame and body. The aluminum exterior panels are polished or replaced and new rubber installed on the windows and doors. New riveting if needed. The interior at this point is a blank canvas to custom reconfigure the galley, bathroom and other features. The cabinet design is thought out and templates are made to cut from. A rough-in process takes place locating the wiring and hoses while also installing wood lining on the interior walls and ceilings with white birch. This is when the details start to become important and salvaged parts are fitted and restored to new condition. There's not many straight lines on an vintage travel trailer so everything needs to be made fitted and just right. The fit and finish takes up most the time but is worth it because the customization and quality of our workmanship sets us apart.