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Old 04-15-2006, 07:03 AM   #1
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we just bought a 1971 scamper camper.
we put in a furnace, fixed the waterlines,and are working on the awning and flapper on the toilet.he also took apart the stove and fridge and cleaned out the connections.
the old owners just blocked off water and propane pipes as stuff stopped working.
we also had to buy a new deep cycle battery.
our truck had died so dh bought a 1975 dodge adventurer to pull the camper.he is normally a ford man, so this is new for us!!
anyway so glad to have found this board.can wait to hear what all you guys have to say

glenda & grant
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Old 04-15-2006, 07:03 AM   #2
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we just bought a 1971 scamper camper.
we put in a furnace, fixed the waterlines,and are working on the awning and flapper on the toilet.he also took apart the stove and fridge and cleaned out the connections.
the old owners just blocked off water and propane pipes as stuff stopped working.
we also had to buy a new deep cycle battery.
our truck had died so dh bought a 1975 dodge adventurer to pull the camper.he is normally a ford man, so this is new for us!!
anyway so glad to have found this board.can wait to hear what all you guys have to say

glenda & grant
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Old 09-05-2011, 10:13 PM   #3
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we just bought a 1971 scamper camper.
we put in a furnace, fixed the waterlines,and are working on the awning and flapper on the toilet.he also took apart the stove and fridge and cleaned out the connections.
the old owners just blocked off water and propane pipes as stuff stopped working.
we also had to buy a new deep cycle battery.
our truck had died so dh bought a 1975 dodge adventurer to pull the camper.he is normally a ford man, so this is new for us!!
anyway so glad to have found this board.can wait to hear what all you guys have to say

glenda & grant
Nice! Scamper made really nice campers...well built and good floor plans...you should post some pictures.
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