Vince Martinico's Auburn Trailer Collection
We're always interested in putting in a nice word and a bit of promo for other vintage trailer collectors
and enthusiasts [especially the good guys]. Vince has been at it for quite some time and owns what is
commonly thought of as one of the most extensive collections in existence.
View Vince's personal website at the link below.
Over New Years & Holiday salutations recently [and some talk of a particular trailer] he included some
photos of a couple of his most recent interesting aquisitions [photos at bottom].
Auburn Trailer CollectionVince here, Happy New Year ! Can you email me a photo of that Clipper just to see ? I think a museum
will happen, it just takes time and the right sitting. The Gov. did stop by at the trailer sheds and left
his business card. I still have it on the back of the card, it says "I'l be back"! the Gov. Yes Philip is right
I am not online much. I did ride a 1914 Pope motorcycle back in Sept. from Kitty Hawk N.C. to San Monica Ca.
with about 50 other people, here is a photo also here's the lastest 1934 trailer being restored, my
brother wants to skin it all in copper or aluminum??? It was canvas originally, much has been
done to it since these photos, let me know what you think of it ?
On this site you'll find Vince Martinico's impressive collection of vintage and classic travel trailers and housecars.
The collection has taken almost twenty years to build and a lot of hard work and dedication including many cross
country trips looking for early aircraft style travel trailers. The permanent collection is made up of rare and unusual,
mostly 1930's trailers. One day we plan on opening a museum, but first we have to find a building big enough to
house all the trailers so if you know of any in California let us know.
1935 Bowlus Roadchief
1934 Hudson with Curtiss 5th Wheel in tow