A few more shots from my folder of "trailer porn": - a rare, bumper-mounted "continental kit". This isn't ours, but we have the same one... polished and ready to attach. Because we have an exterior door to a little crawlspace under our bed, we'll install the assembly on a hinge that swings out to the side. Side note: we'll also match the trailer's rims and tires to the wagon's, so one spare tire will service either vehicle, letting us put a 30 gallon tank where the wagon's spare sat. A can of Flat Fix will have to suffice when the Airstream isn't with us. :2_thumbs_up_-_anima - someone built this removable flower box, and I love it. I'm designing something similar so we can tend a little herb garden wherever we set up camp. Plus, it'll be a little oasis of green when we're sitting at the dinette; even if we're in a Walmart parking lot. - these are the trailers we combined. The side and front windows from the '54 (top) were installed into the '57 (below). The 54 windows have simpler levers vs. cranks, which are pot metal and strip easily. We also wanted a full size queen in the back, and if you look closely you'll see that the '57's "torso" has a different rib layout, pushing the windows forward so the bedroom wall won't intersect the last window in the row. We also eliminated that extra lower window for the cleaner look of the '54, and more storage inside. - almost exactly how our wet bath will look. - and lastly, another 22-footer with 13 crown pieces on each end. This is how ours will look when finished.