Those days if you drove cross country and you broke down on the side of the road, and the sign says 200 miles to the next gas station, you knew you were so screwed. Rob Zombie
In September, 2012, Elvis left Trailer Buff in Afton, Virginia. Packed full of all his furnishings, fixtures, and equipment, he was transported across the country to Area 63 Productions in Orange, California to continue his restoration. Wayne Moore, owner and proprietor of Wayne’s Airstream Mobility Service did a fantastic job towing Elvis the distance safely and swiftly. There were some mighty barren stretches on the trip. Lots of windshield time.
I had followed behind Wayne frequently during the Route 11 Caravan of 2011 and quickly saw that he was a safe driver. Not to mention knowledgeable and experienced in handling vintage Airstreams. He has a number of them in his own inventory which he builds out and sells. He can also be contracted for coach transport. Trusting him with Elvis was a no-brainer.
These photos chronicle the cross-country transport of Elvis from Trailer Buff to Area 63 Productions. Those after the first few rows are Wayne’s photos with his own captions. You can find his Elvis Facebook album here.