Anna and Justin Scribner added a brand-new sink to complete the kitchen renovation of this vintage camper.
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Restoration of this 1947 vintage camper included a fresh coat of shiny red paint.
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Anna and Justin Scribner expanded the bedroom to fit a queen-sized bed, and modernized the room with new bedding and wooden blinds.
A powder-coated red cooktop and convection oven are more functional but still look retro.
The 1947 Robin Hood camper got new axles, wheels and tires, and the original hydraulic brakes were removed.
The interior of this vintage camper was reskinned with birch wood and modernized to fit the clients' needs.
After renovations, this camper's living area has a warm and inviting look.
Anna and Justin Scribner created all new custom-made windows for the trailer.
Justin's grandpa pours himself a nice cup of campfire coffee.
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Justin's father, Harry, hangs out at a campground in the 1960s.
Anna and Justin Scribner retained and restored most of the original cabinetry and added an original Panel Ray heater and vintage refrigerator.
The stainless steel sink, counter and backsplash in this camper make cleanup easy.
New flooring and stainless-steel countertops look and feel original to the camper.
The speakers in this RV are camouflaged into the RVs design.
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The Scribners continued the stainless steel counters into the dining room. The dining booth was constructed with Douglas Fir wood.
This custom shelf keeps the camper's barware in place.
Except for opening up the kitchen by removing a small wall and cabinet, the camper remains in its original design.
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