This camper renovation included installation of a custom wall-mounted TV.
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Anna and Justin Scribner retained and restored most of the original cabinetry and added an original Panel Ray heater and vintage refrigerator.
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A cozy dining nook in this restored vintage camper now gets natural light from the new window.
Harry, Justin's father, hooks up the trailer with his dad and a friend for a weekend of camping.
Justin Scribner's grandparents were the original camping junkies.
The speakers in this RV are camouflaged into the RVs design.
Anna and Justin Scribner created all new custom-made windows for the trailer.
After renovations, this camper's living area has a warm and inviting look.
For more dining and living space, the pullout table was replaced with an L-shaped bar, and barstools were added.
Justin's grandpa pours himself a nice cup of campfire coffee.
Restoration of this 1947 vintage camper included a fresh coat of shiny red paint.
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Restoration of the Spartanette Tandem is complete with a collapsible awning and shiny new exterior.
A powder-coated red cooktop and convection oven are more functional but still look retro.
Anna and Justin Scribner expanded the bedroom to fit a queen-sized bed, and modernized the room with new bedding and wooden blinds.
New stainless steel counters, Birch cabinetry and a vintage-style stove bring the kitchen back to working condition.
The new, expanded bedroom of this vintage camper now features a TV and DVD player.
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.
Let's explore this country together.
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