Please! No Smoking or Pets allowed in any of our vintage campers.
History of Shaggy
Shaggy was built by Ken-Craft trailers in San Fernando, CA in 1972. Ken-Craft trailers
were built from the late 1950’s to the mid 1970’s to the best of our knowledge. The
construction of them was very unique for the time as they were one of the first manufactures
to start using fiberglass on the exterior, the front, back and a large one piece
roof. Not only did this provide protection from water leaks it allowed some pretty
cool styling. Ken-Craft was a very high end travel trailer as they continued to
use real wood interiors long after most manufacturers had gone to a fake, photo laminate
wood paneling. Shaggy still has the original oak interior in beautiful condition.
We don’t know anything about Shaggy’s previous life before purchasing it for the
Starlite. We found it in Fort Collins, CO advertised on Craig's List.