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Old 09-05-2011, 10:57 PM   #1
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1971 F350 Scamper Interior Spruce-Up

Hello again,

Below are some before and after pics of the work we did to the interior of our 40-year-old Scamper Motorhome. The interior was in pretty good shape, but we wanted to personalize it and "make it ours", so we painted the wallboard and I sewed new cushion covers as well as new curtains with thermal backing to help keep the heat out. Next year we will be redoing the flooring. I love decorating so this was a fun project and we did it all in the space of a week. Now it feels like our second home, and we have had a few trips in it with one more trip coming up this weekend. It's a great old rig and we love it!

Cindy
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Old 09-05-2011, 11:26 PM   #2
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awsome job!
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Old 09-05-2011, 11:32 PM   #3
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Love what you have done.. Bet you get more comments on your nice vintage rv than the big expensive rigs.




' YOU" have made it yours,unique, & special, awesome, Thats why I love my 1957 chevy belair, I fixed it up the way I wanted it!! Keep up the good work, keep us posted..Quig







































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Thanks! Our old rig does get a lot of attention - the owners of the campground even came down to check it out and have a peek inside once we got it set up. Old Ford truck enthusiasts really like it too.

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GREAT job - very well done and coordinated!
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What a lovely make-over. I am thinking of doing new covers for my dinette, they're in good shape, but stained. But I am not nor have I ever been a sowing type person, the only thing I made in my home ec class fit my sister. lol But I do like the stripes you used, really perked up the interior.
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