A detailed close-up of the condition of the trailer when received.
The shine only comes after hours of skilled machine handling.
Timeless is the only custom shop of our size. We typically have 10 to 13 projects in production at any given time.
Aft end of the Bambi II. The door below the window is a tankless water heater.
The interior of the 1964 Bambi II as delivered to Timeless for rebuilding.
The basic floorplan and materials of this little jewel were kept mostly as originally built at the factory. Every piece of cabinetry was duplicated and replaced.
The kitchen lay out was rearranged to allow for more counter space and to move the cook top from above the refrigerator in order to meet current codes.
Looking to the aft of the coach: on the left is the wardrobe, on the right is the bathroom.
The owner decided that one sink in a coach of this size was enough. The bathroom vanity sink was left out of the rebuild.
Before the bulkheads, cabinets, and furnishings were installed Timeless employees repaired the chassis, replaced the floor deck, insulation and wiring and repainted the interior. The bare corner to the right is the wet bath location. It has been lacquered to protect the finish from water.
A Timeless Cabinetmaker scribes new bench seats to fit the sinuous curves of the Airstream. Timeless employs approximately 30 highly skilled people to produce the finest new, late model and vintage custom vehicles available.
The forward gaucho was replaced with a new dinette which still provides sleeping and storage space. Note how Timeless employees actively protect their work with paper, corrugated paper and masking during production. Each coach is cleaned after each production day.
Forward dinette showing stainless steel table top that matches the counters in the balance of the coach.
The Bambi II line was produced without an overhead storage area in the forward area. Timeless designers incorporated metal elements and electronic components into this area.
The wardrobe in the aft section.
This coach arrived at Timeless still bearing its original "Lifetime Warranty" still attached to the wardrobe door. Timeless craftspeople took care to preserve this artifact and reinstall it on the new door.
Timeless uses a wide variety of materials to meet customer desires. In this trailer Marmoleum sheet flooring was applied.
The wet bath is finished in brushed aluminum.
An overhead view of the wet bath. Unlike the original design Timeless installed an all-aluminum wet bath including the shower pan.
The finished product on display near our factory.
Special equipment such as this mobile scaffold is utilized to achieve the best results while keeping employees safe.
Timeless craftspeople work on all ages of trailers.
Another one for the road! Approximately 70% of all Airstreams ever built still exist. This one should give another 50 years of service.