The Trailer

We spent months converting our 1969 Cardinal Deluxe trailer into the shop of our dreams. It was gutted, re-paneled, the floor was lowered and we added clothing racks and space for merchandise. Check out Wanderlust, Portland's first traveling shop on wheels!
Spring 2012
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North Station Food Cart Pod

The Pink Show 2011


The Pink Show 2011


Interested in our experience building out our trailer? Here's an interview where we answer some questions. We're not professionals in trailer restoration, we suggest asking a local RV place or trying Craigslist if you need your trailer worked on.

10 comments:

  1. I just have to say how incredibly jealous I am of you! It is my dream to one day open up a mobile shop such as this in Canada! I love everything about your shop and I am SO glad I came upon your site/shop :) Keep up the great work. It's inspiring to see my dreams are actually possible!

    I'd love to talk to you about featuring you on my blog!

    Meag
    www.heartandsoulpieces.com

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  2. love the idea
    Handmade by Amanda

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  3. I am so glad that I came across your site. I think that is so cool and awesome of your idea to have a cute little boutique shop on wheels. Keep up the good works and don't stop posting or blogging about your success!! Because you are a motivation for others like me...aloah

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  4. Omg, this is the cutest thing ever!!! I can feel your love through my computer creen ^___^

    I will be checking in often from now on!

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  5. Wow! I think I've fallen in love with wanderlust.
    Eventually I'd love to convert a boler trailer into a mobile feminist library but it will just have to be a pipedream for now.
    You've done this so successfully!! I wish I could see it in person. Come to Australia!
    xo
    L

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  6. OMGosh I just stumbled upon your site! I just got a travel trailer same as yours just a year older and am trying to find out how to lower the floors PLEASE OH PLEASE can you email me and help me out? jlm3799 at hotmail dot com!! *fingers crossed*

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  7. I found a photo of your trailer on tumbler a long time ago!! I cant believe I just found out what it is. You should check out my blog: http://letsbewanderlust.blogspot.com/ The name was inspired by your wanderlust trailer!

    thanks!
    Ashley

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  8. This is a trully beautiful project, wish you all the best luck :-)
    Hope to come visit one day... love xx

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  9. My word! What a brilliant idea!!!

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  10. Creative idea indeed, I may have to say that you’ve used your trailer wheel very effective. This gave me an idea with my other RV wheel.

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