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For Terri, an avid horseback rider, the "Cowgirl Condo" isn't just a trailer—it's a mobile base for her adventures across Montana. Starting with a comprehensive teardown, we reimagined this 1967 Aristocrat Lo Liner from the frame up, outfitting it with modern conveniences like air conditioning (a rare add-on for Lo Liners) and an outdoor shower, all while ensuring it kept its classic charm.

1967 Aristocrat Lo Liner "Cowgirl Condo"

Trail-Ready Transformation: The 1967 Aristocrat Lo Liner "Cowgirl Condo"

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What went into this vintage trailer restoration? 

About The Project

1967 Aristocrat Lo Liner "Cowgirl Condo"

Embark on a journey of transformation with the 1967 Aristocrat Lo Liner, dubbed the "Cowgirl Condo." Designed to support Terri's passion for horseback trail riding, this project was both a challenge and a thrill for our team.

First, we stripped the trailer down to its bones, giving us a blank canvas to work with. The frame was reconditioned to like-new status and then reinforced, particularly the roof, to support an air conditioning unit—a feature you'd be hard-pressed to find on any other Lo Liner.

As we rebuilt, we chose materials that honored the trailer’s original spirit yet promised durability and functionality. The walls were lined with birch paneling, and we installed our trademark lightweight cabinetry, perfect for life on the move. The flooring was upgraded to rugged LVT plank, ideal for muddy boots coming in from the trail.

The necessities of modern life were seamlessly integrated, including a new fresh water tank, updated Pex plumbing, and a kitchen faucet with a pull-out sprayer for easy cleaning. An outdoor shower and a cassette toilet were added for convenience on the go. The electrical system was completely overhauled, and the exterior was refreshed with new metal siding and period-correct LED lighting to ensure safety and style on the road.

We didn't stop there; we also equipped the "Cowgirl Condo" with a state-of-the-art Andersen No-Sway hitch, making towing as smooth as the Montana plains. With all new appliances, including an oversized refrigerator that switches between propane and electric, a hot water heater, and a furnace, Terri's trailer is ready for any weather the trails might throw her way.

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