The Scribners gave the exterior of this camper a makeover, with new paint and shiny mirrored metal.
The new, expanded bedroom of this vintage camper now features a TV and DVD player.
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Anna and Justin Scribner created all new custom-made windows for the trailer.
Justin's parents and grandparents enjoy a picnic lunch in the 1960s.
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Except for opening up the kitchen by removing a small wall and cabinet, the camper remains in its original design.
The bench in this restored camper is actually a reupholstered vintage ClickClack sofa.
Newly skinned and updated, the kitchen and dining area are bright and functional again.
Anna and Justin Scribner had to repair the entire ceiling and meticulously restore the windows in this vintage camper.
This camper renovation included installation of a custom wall-mounted TV.
New flooring and stainless-steel countertops look and feel original to the camper.
Anna and Justin Scribner retained and restored most of the original cabinetry and added an original Panel Ray heater and vintage refrigerator.
A custom bed was reupholstered to match the dining room bench in this vintage camper.
New stainless steel counters, Birch cabinetry and a vintage-style stove bring the kitchen back to working condition.
A new Marmoleum floor and a custom window door bring this camper into the 21st century.
This vintage camper's renovation included installation of surround speakers.
Justin (middle) and his brothers, Tyson and Clinton, explore an enormous tree while camping as kids.
This vintage camper got a clean, new look, with help from Justin and Anna Scribner.
A custom, U-shaped leather sofa provides plenty of sitting room in this restored camper.
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