Full Restoration with full record books
Converted to be "Road Worthy"
Adaptation of a vintage mid century modern home
This fuly restored, Atomic era mid-century home reflects modern taste with its unadorned style and polished aluminum exterior. The attention to detail with its soft color, textured upholstery tones and Beachwood paneling presents a warm and elegant interior. This, juxtaposed with polished aluminum and acrylic, gives the home a machine era sensibility to living on modernity. The functional minimalism is readily apparent to even the casual observer as they realize how an unembellished living environment can enhance their everyday lives.
Drawing inspiration from the famous Spartan Model W7 high performance executive airplane produced from 1936-1950, the lightweight Royal Mansion, like its aeronautical predecessor, was designed and built for durability and trouble-free performance. Extremely rare and yet functional on and of grid, this Spartan facilitates living without
the aggravation of property taxation. In other words, park it wherever you like.
After changing its name to Spartan Manor, the company launched the Royal Mansion in 1948, and the extravagant camper soon became known as the “Cadillac” of the industry.
This is potentially one of the best examples in existence. Meticulously restored inside and out, no detail was overlooked—right down to the embroidered pillow cases, original mid-century interior furnishings, and accompanying lawn furniture. Upgrades include an Air-lift Gen IV suspension system with remote control, electro-magnetic brake drums on all four wheels, Goodyear tires on 15-inch steel wheels, three remote-control ceiling fan ventilators, microwave oven, and complete entertainment system with Bose sound, Blu-Ray DVD player, LED flat-screen TV, and an iPod dock.
Go RV'ing in style with this immaculate time capsule.