We restore, re-build, and re-design vintage trailers.

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From simple exterior refinishing, to plumbing checks, to full custom rebuilds, we help your mobile space meet your vision.



We are currently renting our mobile bar, Prizefighter, for the 2019 season. Email for more information.


When inspiration strikes, we build a select few trailers for sale each year. Contact us for more information.

A mobile guesthouse,  a glistening Tiny Home.


Ghostface, our newest full custom buildout, sleeps 4, with a full kitchen and bath. It's got all the craftsmanship of our first buildout, RZA, but at 29 feet, this trailer has a little more space for everything and everyone.


Clean, modern design with a nod to vintage past.

The experience starts with a full queen-size bed set below a panoramic window. From there, a vintage-style refrigerator waits below solid European beech countertops, facing a wall of full-size cabinetry, a propane stove with custom fabricated range hood, and a full size porcelain farm sink. The breakfast nook features a 3" thick tabletop of reclaimed Douglas Fir and padded leather seating. Two solid wood closets flank the bathroom entrance, where you are greeted by a full size porcelain toilet, a full sink and vanity, and a marble-floored shower.


A Mobile Bar and Lounge in a 1968 Land Yacht


This trailer was pulled from a junkyard in Connecticut before arriving at KUT. She has been transformed into a rolling bar and lounge, capable of seating 12 inside at a bar and booth, and serving hundreds outside through the 8-foot service window.


A 70's Argosy gets fresh.


This Argosy came to us in great condition, but the owner wanted some modern design changes and some peace of mind when it came to weatherproofing. We updated all the trim to a crisp black, helped change the upholstery from a dated plaid to a vibrant new pattern, and re-sealed every window, door, hatch and seam.


Modernizing a full-time home.


This trailer arrived already in great shape, and well cared for over its 50-year life. The client wanted an instant hot water system, some ventilation upgrades, waterproofing, and a full polish. What a difference it made.

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Restoring a gem.


This trailer came to us with good bones but in serious disrepair. Concrete splattered across the back, holes in the roof, and failing weather-seals all needed attention, and that was only what we could see. We installed a new skylight and roof fans, full driving lights and interior electrical, and patched the existing holes before spray-foam insulation and the interior walls went back on. This trailer rolled out ready for the fun stuff: cabinetry and carpentry, all to be done by the owner.