A few miles from Mexican border, Bisbee is, today, a quiet little town in the south of Arizona.
The copper mining company, the"Copper Queen Mine", made it wealthy at the beginning of the last century, especially during world war one, and like many others american South West boom towns, its mining industry closed its doors in the 50's, leaving this town, estimated born in 1880, in a lethargic state.
Until the 60's, because of the drop down of real estate prices, the town got gradually repopulated by drop outs looking for quietness away from big cities.
I recommend you to visit the town.... of course , but especially what attracted my attention: The Shady Dell Trailer Park.
This place is a real decor whorthy of the 50's. At the entrance, the "Dot's" diner (1957) is as beautiful as the first day.... and the trailers... (a dozen) among them: an "Airfloat" Spartan, (1957) particularly impressed me by its size and inside decoration, but as well by its genuine gold anodized body work.
Airstreams , of course , AND.... as well,.... a 38' Christ-Craft and a 1947 Airporter bus are available for rent.
"Built in the 1950s by the pride of Wichita Kansas, The Valentine Manufacturing Company, this authentic diner was originally purchased by John Hart in 1957 and delivered to the corner of Ventura and Topanga Canyon Blvd in Los Angeles. The diner was transported by flatbed truck to the Shady Dell in November, 1996".