The bench in this restored camper is actually a reupholstered vintage ClickClack sofa.
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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.
The renovation of this vintage camper includes a hidden, flat-screen TV.
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The Scribners gave the exterior of this camper a makeover, with new paint and shiny mirrored metal.
The dining table doubles as a support for the pull out sofa bed in this Vintage Camper
Sullivan feels right at home in the refurbished campers. So comfortable, in fact, that Anna and Justin found him claiming his lounge spot on the sofa in the 1954 Anderson.
After a fresh coat of paint and some polishing, the 1954 Anderson is ready for a new generation of campers.
Restoration of this 1947 vintage camper included a fresh coat of shiny red paint.
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Aluminum walls were installed in the camper's bathroom, to give it a crisp, modern look and feel.
This vintage camper's renovation included installation of surround speakers.
The logo for Flyte Camp, Anna and Justin Scribner's camper restoration business.
Scribner's Camping Together
This vintage camper's new bedroom now has a larger toilet closet and a television.
Anna and Justin Scribner found vintage booth seats that they reupholstered for the new, functional dining room.
Justin snapped a picture of this vintage sign on the way to pick up the a camper for renovation
This clever wine rack keeps bottles tucked away safely until needed.
Justin's grandpa pours himself a nice cup of campfire coffee.
For more dining and living space, the pullout table was replaced with an L-shaped bar, and barstools were added.
Let's explore this country together.
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