Our Passion

Restoring functional fun!
Feel at home in vintage style!
You can't be Classic!
Vintage brands!
Saving the past through restoration!
Experts in Vintage Campers!
Bring your family around a vintage vacation!
A classic style for everyone!
Blending the modern together with classic!
When even the logos were works of art!
A classic campers are head turners!
Another classic camper with a new lease on life!
No detail is too small!
Bringing a little of the past everywhere you go!

“Restoration & Customization”



About Us

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The who & why

Heintz Designs

Our History

Heintz Designs' Vintage Restoration Team grew from the passion & hobby of its founder, Tim Heintz. For over 20 years Tim has been collecting and restoring vintage RV/trailer coaches and displaying them at various vintage RV shows and museums. Because of our love of vintage trailers Heintz Designs is committed to providing its clients with the same quality restoration that we would provide for a trailer in our own vintage collection. We enjoy and understand the excitement that is felt by a new vintage trailer owner but we also respect and appreciate the love and pride possessed by vintage trailer owners who have had their trailers for many years.

Location

where you can find us

Heintz Designs Vintage Trailer Restorations is centrally located in Panama City, Florida.  Our location in the panhandle of Florida enables us to provide our services throughout the southeast and beyond. We offer custom restorations for a wide variety of venues which include, but are not limited to, Vintage Trailer Coaches, Vintage Travel Trailers, Tear Drop Trailers, Vintage Mobile Homes, Canned Ham Trailers, Vintage Camping Accessories, and Much More. You can also find us attending several of the classic and vintage RV events in the nation!

Learn more

Everyone is talking

Social media savvy? You can learn a lot more about us from interviews, podcasts, and media specials on us. We have even been featured on the Travel Channel's 'Extreme RVs!'

Community

Part of a family

This is a labor of love for us. What keeps the spark alive is the amazing people and organizations in the Classic/Vintage RV community. You won't find a better bunch of people anywhere. It really is a family, and just like with family we are here to help anyway we can to help you restore that love affair with your family through your classic RV!



Sales

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RV Sales & Consignment
  • 1970 Cameo Truck Camper


    1970 Cameo Truck Camper

    This rig is all original and very groovy! Original flooring, stove/oven, Ice Box, upholstery, interior paneling, counter tops, etc… LPG and Water have not been tested, but all 120V electrical seems to be working. Truck Camper has two spots from older water damage, one being in the front curbside cab over area, and the other right around the rear upper entry door/ inside rear closet area. Rig has not shown signs of leaking in the last couple years. While built as a long wheel base Truck Camper, this rig is pictured in the back of a F250 short bed (6.5′ bed) with the tail gate in the down position. This would make a great camper to do a little work as you camp or do a full restoration for a great camping rig that you can  (with simple hitch extension) still pull a boat, utility trailer, or anything else you want to pull with your truck while still having your camper with you as well!  Camper does not come with tie down anchors to attach to your truck, and there are a two older style lift jacks that go with the truck camper but I would advise replacements or modern truck camper jacks to be installed eventually for safety.  Message us if you have any additional questions or for more details.

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    Florida
    Not required for truck campers, will come with bill of sale.
  • 1949 Spartanette 24′


    1949 Spartanette model ’24’

    This Spartanette is 24′ in overall length and weighs approximately 3,680 pounds per original factory specs. The exterior of the trailer is in excellent condition with only one minor dent located behind the front-end TCT emblem. The exterior has also been professionally painted in a two tone silver color with window frames all being polished aluminum. Running gear is in great condition including the trailer brakes and the trailer tires (including the spare) were purchased new Spring 2019.  Front hitch has a modern break-away system with battery as well as the factory original single propane tank in working condition. There has also been a $500+ Andersen Anti-sway/Weight Distribution system installed that is included with the trailer.  Interior of the trailer retains the original floor plan with a front living room that includes a ‘click clack’ style sofa bed, and a small concealed flat screen TV. Center kitchen has hot/cold water with a small 6 gallon electric water heater, vintage stove/oven combo, and a modern electric only refrigerator. Rear private bedroom has two twin size beds as well as a street side entry door with wooden screen door. Trailer has custom TCT details in the closet venting screens as well as the large vinyl decal on the side of the trailer celebrating the 100th anniversary (2019) of the Tin Can Tourists, an international camping organization founded in 1919. This trailer belonged to the TCT president and was used to promote / attended  the official  year long anniversary events.  This 1949 Spartanette is ready to roll and can be used fully once purchased!  Contact us today for more information or to schedule an appointment to see the trailer today!

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    Florida
    No
    Clear Florida Title 
  • 1951 Spartan Custom Mansion 5th Wheel


    Florida
    No
    Clear Florida Title 
    For Sale! Custom 5th wheel conversion from a 1951 Spartan Mansion
  • 1956 Hicks Mobileliner 28′


    $500.00
    Rough (Two Stars) – Typically has major body issues, Mechanical issues, some of which may have been repaired recently, Rust is likely
    Panama City Florida
    No
    4200
    Clear


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