Newly skinned and updated, the kitchen and dining area are bright and functional again.
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Anna and Justin Scribner had to repair the entire ceiling and meticulously restore the windows in this vintage camper.
A custom bed was reupholstered to match the dining room bench in this vintage camper.
A new Marmoleum floor and a custom window door bring this camper into the 21st century.
This vintage camper got a clean, new look, with help from Justin and Anna Scribner.
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A custom, U-shaped leather sofa provides plenty of sitting room in this restored camper.
Anna and Justin Scribner outfitted the entire interior in birch wood and used stainless steel for the countertops.
All of the interior skin of this vintage camper needed to be replaced and the windows had to be restored.
This refurbished vintage camper is shown off at the Sou Rester Rally.
Custom awnings with fabricated hardware add character and charm to this restored 1947 camper.
Justin Scribner's dad Harry helps his mom set up camp.
With its stainless-steel counters and a brand-new Marmoleum floor with custom Coronado inlay, the camper is restored to its glory days.
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.
Anna and Justin want their son, Sullivan, to also have an appreciation for vintage trailers.
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 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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