The custom design of this sofa is perfect for the renovated camper.
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Justin Scribner's dad, Harry, and his grandfather spend some father/son time looking for the perfect camping spot.
The stainless steel sink, counter and backsplash in this camper make cleanup easy.
A custom bed was reupholstered to match the dining room bench in this vintage camper.
The renovation of this vintage camper includes a hidden, flat-screen TV.
Justin (middle) and his brothers, Tyson and Clinton, explore an enormous tree while camping as kids.
A custom, U-shaped leather sofa provides plenty of sitting room in this restored camper.
The Scribners gave the exterior of this camper a makeover, with new paint and shiny mirrored metal.
After a fresh coat of paint and some polishing, the 1954 Anderson is ready for a new generation of campers.
This vintage camper got a clean, new look, with help from Justin and Anna Scribner.
Anna and Justin Scribner expanded the bedroom to fit a queen-sized bed, and modernized the room with new bedding and wooden blinds.
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The Scribners expanded the camper's bedroom and added air conditioning.
Justin Scribner's dad Harry helps his mom set up camp.
This camper renovation included installation of a custom wall-mounted TV.
Justin snapped a picture of this vintage sign on the way to pick up the a camper for renovation
This vintage camper's renovation included installation of surround speakers.
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.
Except for opening up the kitchen by removing a small wall and cabinet, the camper remains in its original design.
Let's explore this country together.
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