Airstream Nameplate - 1960s - $27.99
Reproduction nameplate for 1961-1968 Airstreams. These nameplates are dead ringers for the originals. Learn MorePremium Pole & Rope Fabric Awning - $359.95+
A period-appropriate awning can make a good looking travel trailer a real show stopper.
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Best all-around size for most travel trailers. Available with gauges, too. Learn MoreFan-Tastic Vent - $139.99
A lot of times these vents leak or have been sealed so many times they become useless. Treat yourself to a new vent. Learn MoreNuvite NuShine II Polish: 1/4-Pound Jar - $18.82
Nuvite makes a graded system of premium aircraft-quality polish perfect for polishing travel trailers. Learn MoreCyclo Polisher - Model 5 - $265
After you've removed the oxidation from your trailer, you can bring out a high shine with this remarkable dual head polisher. Learn MoreWalbernize RV Super Seal - $12.79
You're going to need this stuff. Trust me. Learn MoreNapier RemovAll 220, 1 gallon - $49.95
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The AIRSTREAM Nameplate
Nothing quite stands out on the shiny surface of a 1960’s era Airstream than the “AIRSTREAM” aluminum nameplate at the front and rear ends. Unfortunately, they lose their distinct blue highlighting when the Clear coat is stripped off. Here is how we restored ours to the original appearance. This method can also be used on the lighter blue nameplates found on the ’40s to ’50’s trailers.