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This 1962 Shasta Astrodome Features A Cab-Over Bunk And Sleeps 6

The Shasta Astrodome weighed a touch over 2,000 pounds and stood 16′ feet in length. But that’s not all – with a sleeping capacity of six adults, you could take the entire family in this rig, without having to bring a tent along for overflow.

The author at Nasty Shasty (who also renovated a 1964 Shasta Astrodome) says,

The “Astrodome” and the “Astroflyte” were made by Shasta over just a few years 1961-1964. One of the cool things about the Shasta names is that they break down to tell you what the camper included. Astro means it has the extra cab-over bunk in the front of the camper. Dome…. well that tells you it has a toilet (aptly named). The “Flyte” had no toilet but still has the bunk.

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We found a similar model, of 1964 vintage, for sale on eBay. While this Shasta might need a bit of TLC to get up and running, she looks good! Take a quick photo tour of this rare(r) trailer model.

Shasta Astrodome

Original advertisement for the Shasta Astrodome trailer.

Nasty Shasty
Nasty Shasty
Shasta Astrodome interior pictures
Nasty Shasty


1962 Shasta

Kitchen area


Interor of Shasta

Inside Shasta Astrodome

Dining area in Shasta

Shasta exterior

Original eBay listing here.

SEE ALSO: See An Up-Close View Of The 2015 Shasta Airflyte By The Small Trailer Enthusiast

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