One More For The Road
Vintage Travel Trailer Restorations
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OMFTR (One More for the Road) is determined to keep on America's highways and byways, the essential Americana ... The Vintage Travel Trailer.
Located in the high desert of Oregon, OMFTR is a new venture in travel trailer restoration and preservation.
At this time we have aquired MANY vintage trailers. Our goal is to refurbish these treasures and put them back into the hands and hearts of those who will treasure and use them!
Almost finished is our
- 1968 THUNDERBIRD 13 FOOT. THEMED "THE MAR-TEENIE"
Upcoming as soon as possible (and a few of the many we have):
- 1965 SILVER QUEEN 13 FOOT. THEMED "THE DINER" (Complete with table-top jukebox!)
- 1966 ALOHA RANCHER 15 FOOT
- 1951 SHASTA 13 FOOT
- 1966 IDEAL 13 FOOT
- 1967 ROADRUNNER 13 FOOT
- 1965 CAVEMAN 13 FOOT
- 1965 KIT COMPANION 13 FOOT
- 1968 PLAYMOR 10 FOOT
- 1968 FIREBALL 18 FOOT
- 1961 ALOHA 12 FOOT CANNED HAM
- 1963 SHASTA COMPACT 10 FOOT
- 1956 LEISURE HOME 12 FOOT (Scrap, frame off restoration or motorcycle trailer)
- 1965 SPACE AGE 12 FOOT
Please come back often, as we are in a constant process of working on this web-site. We will be posting before and after pictures, adding descriptions and hopefully gettin' to know each and every one of you!
Send pictures of YOUR addiction! I'll post them on the "Your Rigs" page
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IT'S ALL ABOUT THE THEMES ... BABY !
TIGER TOWN VINTAGE TRAILER RALLY
Here is your flyer for this years Tiger Town Vintage Trailer Rally !
July 11, 12, 13 for this summer 2014
Entry fee of $49.95 includes your site fee for all 3 days, all entertainment and BBQ.
If you are interested, I only have 3 spots left. Please email me at
email@example.com to make your reservation!
Please bring an extension cord and a water hose. We will make sure that everyone has electricity and water.
When you arrive, please stop at the Wheeler County Trading Post (on the corner of Main and Nelson) for your trailer spot assignment and welcome basket.
For those of you who haven't been to Mitchell ... please understand that we are 47 miles from the nearest town. There is no cell service, no TV, no radio. The Little Pine Cafe and the Sidewalk Cafe do have free Wi-Fi and there is a pay phone on the corner by the feed store. Anyone and any business in town will let you use their phones.
We also have a full ambulance crew and firefighting crew.
Feel free to show up anytime on Friday!
There are 2 restaurants, one store, one thrift shop, antique shop and the restrooms (sans showers) which are all located downtown. "Downtown" is 6 blocks long. Don't blink.
There is a lot to do, or nothing to do. It's all up to you! We just want you to be able to relax, have fun and enjoy!
As always this rally can be as exciting or as relaxed as you want.
We have Marky Mason's Blonde Jazz pre-BBQ and a Ranch Rock Street Dance with the "NeverCanEvers" Band Saturday evening.
Door prizes and prizes for furthest traveled, oldest trailer, smallest trailer and a plethora of other fun contests.
If you have questions please don't hesitate to call me. My number is 541.462.3700
Please let me know if you have any special needs or special accommodations.
Yes pets are welcome. Due to an "incidence" last year, please leave all hippo's at home. Aardvarks are ok.
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Thank you so much for making our 3rd year possible!
Can't wait to see all of you again and hopefully some new faces :)
Best to you!