Before & After: A 1966 Airstream Gets Road-Ready For a Single Mom and Her Son

Before & After: A 1966 Airstream Gets Road-Ready For a Single Mom and Her Son

By Kathryn M.
Colorado Caravan reconfigures a 1966 Airstream Safari to hold two beds and a dining bench without feeling cramped.

While many people might steer clear of old, dilapidated travel trailers, Kerri Cole and Patrick Neely of Colorado Caravan prefer to do just the opposite—which is why we've long been a fan of their work. Last year, the Denver–based couple shared with us how they restored a 1969 Airstream Globetrotter on a lean $19,000 budget. Today, they're back to give us the lowdown on their latest revamp: the 1966 Airstream Safari named Margot.

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