VCT Magazine Issue #40
Our biggest issue ever!
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Expanded "how-to" section! Brakes, siding, repairing rotten wood, tires, flooring, propane cylinders and how to arrive at a value for your trailer.
Inside of this Issue:
- Trigger -Horse Trailer Conversion
- Mt. Baker Rally, Lynden, WA
- 1947 Spartan, Night at the Museum
- Buellton, CA Trailer Bash Rally
- Trailerfest Rally 2018 - Plymouth, CA
- Camper Chef - Argosy Odyssey
- 1967 Shasta Starflyte Experience
- 1957 Shasta @culturehustlers
- Readers Vintage Journeys
- Before They Were Vintage - Zimair
- Restoration "How-To" 12 pages!
- Evaluate Your Trailers Value
- USA Rally Calendar
- Vintage Trailers For Sale
This is our 40th issue. Round numbers seem to make more memorable milestones so we are celebrating this one. 40 issues represents over six and a half years of publishing the Vintage Camper Trailers Magazine. Many of our subscribers have been around to see the evolution from a 12 page tabloid newsprint paper to this full color 64 page glossy magazine. We couldn’t have gotten to this point without your support.
This is our biggest issue ever. 33% larger than our average sized issue with a dozen pages of “how-to” information for the do-it-yourselfer. Many of our subscribers must be restoring their own trailers because it is the number one content request that we receive. We want to be responsive to our readers so we will continue to provide quality restoration and how-to articles in every issue.
Vintage trailers are not that complicated. With a little help, you can likely do many of the repairs and maintenance yourself.
When it comes to restoration and repairs there can be more than one right way to do things. Many of our how-to articles come from experts, craftsman and restorers. They are willing to share how they do repairs and restorations with you. If you have a different approach, method or idea on how to get a job done, please share it with us. We want to be able to pass on all methods to our readers so they can choose the one that will work best for them. Our next issue will be focusing on interior repairs and restoration. Let us know if this is your area of expertise, or if you simply have some ideas that have worked for you.
Restoration information in writing is good, but experiencing instruction in person is even better. Our annual VCT Boot Camp event in Hollister, California is a restoration learning experience that attracts both novice and professional vintage trailer owners and restorers from across the USA and Canada. It contains hands-on classes, demos and plenty of time to ask all of your questions. It is held the first weekend in March and you are sure to develop relationships with other like-minded trailerites. This is a powerful weekend that only comes around every 12 months.
For more details on this event visit www.vctbootcamp.com. Make your plans to attend now!