Want to find a vintage camper for sale?
I hear this question often once people find out we own a vintage camper. Since joining vintage camper Facebook groups, I’ve seen the questions posted daily. Most go unanswered since the majority of people engaging in these groups aren’t actively seeking a camper; they already own one. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t ask your question. You never know when it will pay off! Continue reading “Find a Vintage Camper for Sale: 6 Tips for your Search”
The lack of space in our camper led to problems on camping trips. Problems led to learning a few camper tricks to deal with it. When the couch is made into a bed, we have 4 ft of walking space from the edge of the bed to the kitchenette. 4 ft may be generous. It is enough space for us to both stand in the camper at the same time. No one can do anything because you can’t open any door at that point, but you can stand there and stare at each other. Continue reading “5 Little Camper Tricks and Tips”
I cool my camper with a portable air conditioner. If you are installing a portable air conditioner in your vintage trailer, this walk-through of our system might be beneficial to you. Continue reading “How I Cool My Camper with a Portable Air Conditioner- Installation Walk Through”
Using decorative storage in your glamper allows you to fill the space with the things you love and still have room for the things you need.
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What did we do every weekend in March? On Saturday we worked on remodeling our Shasta Compact. On Sunday we worked on remodeling our Shasta Compact. What did we do every weekend in April? I think you get the point Cecilia needed a bit of a face-lift! The plan was to get a coat of paint on the exterior, but that fell through. We really need to find an indoor space or open area to paint in. Our neighborhood is less than ideal. Here is a look at what we accomplished instead.
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The Kreg Jig Jr. is the shining star in our vintage camper renovation. It is, by far, the most used tool in our collection.
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It took us a while to figure out which kitchen appliances were best for our indoor vintage camper cooking. Cecilia’s kitchen consists of a counter top and a refrigerator. Everything else was removed in the early stages of our camper remodel and I’ve been able to cook up some great meals with the smaller alternatives in this post.
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Waterproofing vintage campers is a must if you want to prevent further water damage. I lost count of the hours I spent removing silicone caulking from the seams of our Shasta Compact. It is easy to put on, but Continue reading “Waterproofing Vintage Campers”
Here are my latest vintage camper decor finds!
Camp Casual 12 Piece Dish Set
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