Justin and Anna have a tight deadline with a Teardrop but are forced to step down when they can't find the right parts. Meanwhile a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity falls into Justin's lap when a new client arrives with an extremely rare 1936 Bowlus Road Chief.
Justin and Anna take Sully along to Arizona for the annual Tucson Modernism Rally where they hope to score at least one project trailer. And new clients tow their Airstream Bambi all the way from Canada to have it updated inside and out.
Justin and Anna hope a rare 1959 Airstream Globester will be a quick flip that will land them a deal to restore ten trailers for a vintage RV park. Meanwhile, new clients Mike and Jason drive more than 300 miles to bring their restored Airstream for polishing to a mirror finish. Can Justin and Anna seal the deal with the RV park and polish their new clients' Airstream in time?
Justin and Anna are revamping a 1956 Santa Fe canned ham trailer for The Vintages Trailer Resort. They estimate it will take one week, but it quickly turns into four when the roof needs new skin and an entire aluminum panel has to be replaced at the last minute. Meanwhile, Justin can't turn away a loyal client who drops by with her 1967 Serro Scotty that needs a few fixes on a tight turnaround.
Justin and Anna have a few short weeks to renovate a huge Palace Royale and present it as Flyte Camp's signature trailer at the Roslyn Vintage Trailer Rally in Washington. Anna splurges on a custom leather sofa for the Palace, while Justin sends Eric on a pick for impossible-to-find light fixtures. Also, a VIP client delivers a banged-up Airlight that requires special rivets to repair the skin.