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Flyte Camp: From the Frame, Up

  • Flyte Camp was established in 2010 by Justin and Anna Scribner. Justin’s family history of travel trailer camping dates back to the 1940’s and cultivated his love of trailer camping. Justin’s father, Harry, grew up in various travel trailers of all makes and models while traveling the country with his parents. Harry eventually became an aircraft sheet metal mechanic by trade. As a child, Justin found himself fascinated not only with vintage travel trailers but especially ones manufactured by aircraft companies.  
     
    Justin and Anna have always shared a love of everything vintage from decor, to film, to motorcycles, homes, and cars. With some persuasion, in 1998, Justin talked Anna into looking at an “old trailer” for sale.  She instantly fell in love with the cool lines and mid-century styling of the 1958 Shasta Airflyte that inevitably became their first baby. It would be the first of many to rotate through their personal collection. As they continued to acquire, restore, and sell these unique trailers people noticed. 
     
    A contractor by trade, Justin found himself spending more time working on trailers than on homes. It was only natural that Anna would join him with her interior design skills, specializing in mid-century styling. Eventually, Justin left contracting and Flyte Camp was born in 2010. Anna and Justin’s passion for the unique and rare created the opportunity for an unforgettable career. They shared that passion with the rest of the world through the Travel Channel's 'Extreme RVs', 'Beachin' RVs' and Great American Country's hit series, 'Flippin’ RVs'. Together, they have been implementing modern luxuries with classic design, while preserving valuable RV history for over twenty years.  
     
    Flyte Camp primarily specializes in pre-1965 vintage travel trailers with the exception of aircraft constructed trailers.  After 1965, mainstream trailer production moved away from the streamlined curves to a more boxier style; from natural materials to more man-made materials. Our team of talented craftsman have an understanding and appreciation for how things were done more than fifty years ago and can replicate that work. Interior design work, metal fabrication, plumbing, electrical, propane, upholstery and paint are all done in-house. Our portfolio includes not only restorations (a complete return to factory original) but also renovations (customized interior and exterior with a vintage look).  
     
    When people invest in a Flyte Camp trailer, they are investing in an experience. Many times we are creating or re-creating a backdrop for family and memories. Justin and Anna feel strongly about delivering heirloom quality work that will survive generations of use. It’s not just about preserving art, but also preserving a piece of American history. 

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    anna bio file smallMy love affair with Vintage Travel Trailers began in the late 90’s when my husband Justin, always on the hunt for a fun project, found a 1958 Shasta Airflyte in the local Classified Ads. Although, we shared a passion for vintage design and had an extensive collection of old cars, motorcycles, clothes, film equipment and furniture for our mid century homes, I associated vintage travel trailers with mildew and paneling. Justin on the other hand came from a family with a history of Travel Trailering that dated back to the 1940‘s. His father worked as an aircraft sheet metal mechanic, and Justin was very drawn to the aluminum construction and the fact that many vintage trailers were built in aircraft plants. I reluctantly agreed to take a look at it. Had I given it more thought, I would’ve known that I was going to fall in love. Just like old old homes, cars, furniture, clothing… artistry, quality and craftsmanship were evident. And useless, but brilliant design details, such as exterior aluminum wings, made the purchase a no brainer. We soon found out however, that the very best thing about our first trailer was all the amazing memories we created traveling with it for 5 years...