Meet Foxy Roxy – 1967 Aristocrat Lo-Liner

Finding a new love is ever so bittersweet. Thelma Lou, my second real vintage travel trailer (1965 Kit Companion) is a dream. I love her. But, Craigslist has many-plenty attractions when it comes to vintage travel trailers. Just before taking Thelma Lou on her inaugural family camping trip, my husband sent me a tempting craigslist post featuring this beauty.

1967 Aristocrat Lo-Liner

Roxy, the Lo-Liner low rider.

Okay, so beauty isn’t always apparent upon arrival but, I know it’s in there. Roxy has Moxy. It’s true. And, I’m going to dig that moxy out of this mossed-over, mud-covered, elk-hunting-trip-treated, somewhat neglected girl – just you wait and see! In the mean time, put on your rose colored glasses and view her beauty as I see her in these images taken 10 minutes after she got all snuggled into our driveway/salon.

Aristocrat Lo-Liner

RR Quarter Panel

Aristocrat Lo-Liner Left Rear Quarter Panel

Roxy's got a nice rear end but, like most of us it needs a little 'attention'...

 

Rear badge 1967 Aristocrat Lo-Liner

Rear cargo door logo badge on the 1967 Aristocrat 13'

You can see all the current photos of Roxy in this image gallery…

Welcome to Vintage Roving!

This is where my old dream hits new reality in print and photo evidence from time to time. I will document the travel adventure of buying and flipping vintage travel trailers as woman, wife, mother and Backroad Pacific Northwest Adventurer.  I hope to go from novice, to nou·veau expert, as life gives me a fresh education, and rewards the hard work with new vistas- Vintage Travel Trailer adventure style.  COME ON!

The Dream in a sketch

Living an awakening dream