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wwalker47

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This 1957 Yellowstone Camper I just finished is to replace the one I gave my daughter and her husband; they just bought an old vintage camper.

As you can see in the inside shot I changed the furniture. I scaled down the dining table from my Winnebago motor home and took out the big table and replaced it with a bed and kept the sink and cook top.

I had a great time building this again. If you are thinking of building this give it a go. It’s real easy and doesn’t have a lot of little parts.

Thanks for lookin’

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Very nice. Just needs Yogi and Boo Boo. [smile]
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This is some mighty fine workmanship and finishing. Thanks for posting this challenging and inspirational project for all of us to enjoy. I especially love the custom wheels on the car and trailer. Wow!
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Bill you've really knocked out a Grand Slam on this build, I'll be back several times to view I'm sure as every aspect of your build is great.
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Thanks for the nice comments.

I've started on the 1935 Woody Roadster & Trailer.

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