Season 1, Episode 3

Big Trouble with Tiny Trailers

Justin and Anna are revamping a 1956 Santa Fe canned ham trailer as a quick flip for the Vintages RV Park. They estimate it will take one week but that quickly turns into four when the roof needs new skin and an entire aluminum panel has to be replaced at the last minute. Justin can't turn away a loyal client who drops by with her 1967 Serro Scotty that needs a heater and a few fixes on a tight turnaround. Meanwhile, Eric goes on a picking trip where he is overwhelmed in trailers so dilapidated inside he can hardly move among the rubble.
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1947 Robin Hood Camper Makeover

A new Marmoleum floor and a custom window door bring this camper into the 21st century.

Vintage Camper's Birch Cabinetry

The interior of this vintage camper was reskinned with birch wood and modernized to fit the clients' needs.

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Camping as a Family Tradition

Justin's father, Harry, hangs out at a campground in the 1960s.

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Pinstriping on Camper's Exterior

Justin and Anna Scribner added pinstriping and a custom waste valve to create a "hot rod" look. The screen door and windows were restored instead of replaced.

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New Window Adds Light

A cozy dining nook in this restored vintage camper now gets natural light from the new window.

Convertible Camper Sofa

The dining table doubles as a support for the pull out sofa bed in this Vintage Camper

Camper Bathroom Renovation

Aluminum walls were installed in the camper's bathroom, to give it a crisp, modern look and feel.

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Camper's Fresh Look, New Awning

The exterior of this vintage camper was polished, and whitewall Coker tires and a vintage striped awning were added, to bring back the classic 1950s look.

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Wall-Mounted TV in Vintage RV

This camper renovation included installation of a custom wall-mounted TV.

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Robin Hood Camper Restored

The 1947 Robin Hood camper got new axles, wheels and tires, and the original hydraulic brakes were removed.

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