As a new member and owner of a classic 1966
Airstream I agree with the previous postings that this is the place for you. The folks on this site are AMAZING! My partner and I are almost done fixin' our girl Sylvia up, most of which we were able to do ourselves with help from this site. My best advise to you is when you buy make sure you go and see it in person. Take a friend along so there are more eyes looking at it......us owners are sometimes blinded by the beautiful glare of the aluminum
. Make sure it's exactly what you want, there are many vintage trailers out there, so be picky and don't settle.
We love the older trailers, but they do come with some different kinds of issues, so be thoughtful about your skills and what you can afford, but don't let repairing something scare you, the folks on this site will help you through just about everything. Good luck.