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This Vintage Trailer Company Made a Mobile Bar From A 1960 Airstream Flying Cloud Trailer

Angi Soulier and her husband Jim run Old School Trailer Works out of a small garage near Bellingham, Washington.

The two restore old trailers and then rent them out. 

Right now they’ve got two ‘normal’ trailers for rent, a blue 1970 Boler and an orange 1985 converted U-haul. Both trailers have beds, kitchens, and the usual interior furniture.

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Recently, the couple expanded their offering by gutting a vintage Airstream and turning it into a mobile bar, perfect for events like weddings, work gatherings, private parties, or birthdays.

This 1960 Airstream Flying Cloud may look normal from the outside…

Vintage Airstream trailer
Old School Trailer Works

But inside it’s a spacious modern lounge bar.

1960 Airstream Flying Cloud mobile bar
Old School Trailer Works

Stylish LED light fixtures hang from the ceiling.

Interior of a vintage Flying Cloud Airstream
Old School Trailer Works
Unique hanging light in a vintage Airstream trailer
Old School Trailer Works

The trailer comes fully stocked with all the supplies you’ll need, minus the booze and bartender of course!

Bar area with neat LED lighting
Old School Trailer Works

Your drinks are ready.

Liquor at the ready
Old School Trailer Works

Revelry, as they call the trailer, can seat 8-10 people and costs $800 for every six hours of rental time. Delivery is included in the price, but only if you’re located in Whatcom County (in Washington State). Learn more at the Old School Trailer Works website.

Original story at BBJ Today

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