Season 2, Episode 12

'36 Masterbilt Mayhem

After all the fun projects he's done this year, Justin decides to hunt down a rare 1936 Masterbilt that Anna has always wanted restored. But he quickly realizes that to bring this trailer back to life in time before a potential buyer comes to town, he's going to need to rebuild the entire trailer from the frame up.
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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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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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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.

Marmoleum Countertops

The old laminate counter tops in this vintage camper were replaced with durable and sustainable Marmoleum.

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Camper Exterior, Post-Restore

The Scribners gave the exterior of this camper a makeover, with new paint and shiny mirrored metal.

Father and Son Look for Perfect Campsite

Justin Scribner's dad, Harry, and his grandfather spend some father/son time looking for the perfect camping spot.

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Restored Camper Trailer

Anna and Justin Scribner enjoy their restored vintage RV, under the shady awning.

Camping as a Family Tradition

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

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New Camper Kitchen

New stainless steel counters, Birch cabinetry and a vintage-style stove bring the kitchen back to working condition.

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