Wednesday, October 17, 2012

RV owners again.... Unique RV owners!

Our new RV is a 16" travel trailer, rebuilt 1975 vintage!
The kitchen. Typical sink and nice stainless oven. It does have a heater in it too.
 Whomever did the rebuild on this trailer, was pretty thorough. On this left side was a refrigerator, one thing we are going to put back in it. We have an old cabover camper, c. 1976 that we need to scrap, it has gone beyond being able to be repaired. The old camper has a fridge and a lot of usable parts to finish out this trailer. Also everything is pretty much the right size, as they are so close in age. There is also new vinyl on the floor, nice looking vinyl! I kinda want to put a door on the upper half of that back cabinet. There is a door in the camper that may work.
It even has cute curtains!! Elk, bear and turkeys!
 There is a dark navy floral print on the cushions, kinda doesnt fit with the redo, but not going to complain, they are virtually new! We need to put slide outs for the beds, there will be two. We should only need one sheet of plywood and some support legs for that. All the hard work has been done.
 Lots of room for a 16' trailer! Room for us and the puppys!
The bathroom is even cute! The bear TP holder has got to move though, LOL, he is kinda in the way where he is. There is even a small stand up shower. The toilet is new too!!! The most important part, in my opinion!!!! LOL
And on to the outside! It is definitely unique! It has many many hours of camouflage work!! (He he he it matches our truck, green!
 Its kinda like "Wheres Waldo" when you walk around it!! LOL Above the window is the only Dove. There are elk, deer, bears, and a Hunter with a rifle! lots of fern and cedar leaves. It looks like they coated the whole outside with a roof coat, before it was camoed, all the seams are sealed up! ( I looked at the roof and it is white.)

 It really does grow on you after awhile!! LOL We dont go camping in RV parks, mostly we are hunting, berry or mushroom picking, or just camping up in the woods. So it is perfect for us, our last name is Hunter by the way! LOL
Someone spent a lot of time on this.
 My cousin had bought it and they dont have anything that will pull it now. We went to look at it and decided it was in really good shape for its age, most of the work having been done already! So we made her an offer and brought it home.
We will make it our little theme trailer! LOL Like those ones the Cowgirls camp in, but a hunting version!!
Cant wait to get out camping again!! There are lots and lots of items in the Cabelas catalog that will match the theme! LOL LOL


  1. Wow that is so cool!
    I used to have a very old one, about a 1950 or 60's version. I loved that thing. Then some retard got drunk and backed into it. He had a huge bumper and totally destroyed my little trailer.
    Who ever remodeled the inside of yours did a wonderful job! Hopefully you get to have lots of good outdoor fun with it!

  2. How fun is that?? I love it, it's quite unique. We're looking for an older camper or trailer ourselves because we're trying to sell our gooseneck horse trailer. We hate to sell it, but it's worth more cash-wise than the few times a year we get to use it. Hope you enjoy spending time in it!!

  3. That is great, love the hidden pictures in the cameo. Cant wait to see how you finish it out.

  4. You should send these pictures to Tiny Home Blog! I love the kitchen and open area. I love the curtains!

  5. How funky and unique! I love it! Yes, they did spend a lot of time on the outside with the decor. And the inside looks very roomy. How ironic that your last name is Hunter. lol!

    Congrats on the new camper!



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