2015 Shasta Travel Trailer
Shasta started producing travel trailers in 1941. Originally constructed in a factory in Los Angeles to provide housing for members of the US Armed Forces, the company expanded after the war and built another production facility in Goshen, Indiana. Shasta’s high quality and low price made them loved by thousands. All trailers left the factory with a birch interior, laminated countertops and sleeping arrangements to ensure that up to 6 people could sleep inside at night.
Summertime was filled with station wagons and family cruisers pulling a Shasta to the beach,each, lake, mountains or trekking across country to see relatives in another state. Trailer travel was fun, inexpensive and was a great way for families to spend time together and for kids to make new friends at the campground. Shasta’s iconic design with “wings” have made them loved by generations and kept their popularity high.
To launch its 75th anniversary, Shasta has reproduced a limited amount of its most popular model, the 1961Airflyte. In honor of the year Shasta made their first trailer (1941), there will be 1,941 replicated trailers made. They will be available in yellow, green or red. This trailer is one of those replicated units. Close attention to detail means this trailer is very difficult to distinguish from the original. It does have modern conveniences like LED lighting, a combination toilet/shower, Bluetooth stereo and a hidden HVAC unit. It even has the “wings” and the famous Shasta magazine rack.
Style: Travel Trailer