Anna and Justin Scribner created all new custom-made windows for the trailer.
The interior of this vintage camper was reskinned with birch wood and modernized to fit the clients' needs.
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The dining table doubles as a support for the pull out sofa bed in this Vintage Camper
Harry, Justin's father, hooks up the trailer with his dad and a friend for a weekend of camping.
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The Scribners continued the stainless steel counters into the dining room. The dining booth was constructed with Douglas Fir wood.
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.
Anna and Justin Scribner outfitted the entire interior in birch wood and used stainless steel for the countertops.
Marmoleum counter tops, new cabinets and an updated ceiling light brightened the bathroom in this vintage camper.
A new Marmoleum floor and a custom window door bring this camper into the 21st century.
Harry Scribner gets ready to do some cooking while camping in the 1960s.
A custom bed was reupholstered to match the dining room bench in this vintage camper.
This picture is of Justin's grandparents, who traveled across the Canadian border to visit Chateau Lake Louise.
After renovations, this camper's living area has a warm and inviting look.
Justin Scribner's grandparents were the original camping junkies.
All of the interior skin of this vintage camper needed to be replaced and the windows had to be restored.
Justin and Sullivan Scribner love to play around in the old campers, like this 1946 Curtis Wright at its ﬁrst rally at Camp Sherman in Oregon.
Scribner's Camping Together
The Scribner family relaxing inside one of their restored campers.
Let's explore this country together.
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