After a fresh coat of paint and some polishing, the 1954 Anderson is ready for a new generation of campers.
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The stainless steel sink, counter and backsplash in this camper make cleanup easy.
The old laminate counter tops in this vintage camper were replaced with durable and sustainable Marmoleum.
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Anna and Justin want their son, Sullivan, to also have an appreciation for vintage trailers.
The Scribner family relaxing inside one of their restored campers.
Anna and Justin of Flippin' RVs mounted a flat-screen TV on the wall in this vintage camper.
The exterior of this vintage camper was polished, and whitewall Coker tires and a vintage striped awning were added, to bring back the classic 1950s look.
Can you tell this photo is from the 1960s? Campsites look a little different today.
Justin Scribner's brothers, Jeff and Jace, and sisters, Jana and Jeni, arrive back at the campsite with arms full of firewood for a bonfire later.
Justin and Anna Scribner added pinstriping and a custom waste valve to create a "hot rod" look. The screen door and windows were restored instead of replaced.
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Flippin' RVs' Anna and Justin added a brand-new sink to complete the kitchen renovation in this camper.
Justin snapped a picture of this vintage sign on the way to pick up the a camper for renovation
Marmoleum counter tops, new cabinets and an updated ceiling light brightened the bathroom in this vintage camper.
Harry Scribner gets ready to do some cooking while camping in the 1960s.
Anna and Justin Scribner enjoy their restored vintage RV, under the shady awning.
This vintage camper's new bedroom now has a larger toilet closet and a television.
Aluminum walls were installed in the camper's bathroom, to give it a crisp, modern look and feel.
The makeover in this vintage camper's bathroom included installation of a new toilet, seen on Flippin' RVs.
Let's explore this country together.
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