(TruthSeekerDaily) Home improvement projects can be a fun way to 1.) indulge in a hobby and 2.) add something awesome to your home. Mobile home improvement projects are the very same (if not cooler). An incredible couple found a vintage 1965 Serro Scotty Sportsman camper and decided to do some light tinkering (let me rephrase, they decided to do some heavy-duty tinkering that would make any carpenter weak in the knees). This is officially impressive.

This is the finished project, but it’s how they got there – and what’s
on the inside – that you won’t believe.
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This is what the camper looked like when they bought it.
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It was… a mess.
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They started by removing the aluminum siding.
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Then, stripping the paint from it.
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There was a lot of water damage underneath…
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So it would need replacing.
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Like, completely. So they knocked it down.
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They removed the floor and began prepping the frame.
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Priming.
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Primed, waterproofed and ready to go with new hardware.
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They added on a new floor…
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Then, traced the aluminum siding into some new walls.
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Ta-da! All cut out.
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The walls set up and appliances placed for measurements.
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Then, they began building onto the interior.
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Some had to be built outside of the camper and moved in.
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Removable drawers? Cute and functional.
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Installing the front wall.
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Then, the cabinets…
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Making room for the water tank, cargo, etc.
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They also added in a ceiling fan. Next, they caulked and puttied
the inside of the camper.
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Because then it was prime time again.
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And the interior? Funkalicious.
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Some insulation would be good.
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And then finally installing the aluminum sides.
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Masking and painting the window frames.
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Ready for a paint job!
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Complete with awesome orange stripe.
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New (orange) decals.
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Looking. Good.
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A new door, windows and external light was added.
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Glued together some strips of wood to make cool countertops.
This is the finished product (after sanding and sealing).
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Drawers? Check.
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Running electrical wires (all 110v AC).
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Testing the LED lights…
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The finished product kind of speaks for itself.
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Adorable.
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What a beaut.
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It looks retro (well, it is) but it’s completely updated on the inside.
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If you’re anything like me, you’re suddenly feeling a strong urge to buy something old and turn it into your own new, remodeled creation. This couple definitely made it their own and have a pretty awesome finished product. I’d sleep in it.

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