You may have heard the saying “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” I am sure in your lifetime,  you might have seen a junk pile that you thought had some serious potential. But because of your busy schedule you had second thoughts, and finding the time of day was just impossible. Why do it yourself when you can go to Vintage Revivals, a company that specializes in taking old vehicles and modernizes them,  making them safe for the road once again. This 1973 camper rebuild project  is certainly true test of their skill in the trade. They took something old and rickety and turned it into any road-trippers dream. By using a little, old trailer as a skeleton, you won’t recognize the finished product.
Here is what the old trailer looked like at the start of the four-month long project.desktop-1418164176
The Bell Travel Trailer was built in the early 1970’s and hasn’t been used for the past 30 years. desktop-1418164176 (1)
Prepping and gutting the trailer was the easy part, now its time for some serious redesigning and remodeling. desktop-1418164170
This is what the finished product looks like. This is one awesome way to travel across country.desktop-1418164174
The then decided to call this miniature camper the “Nugget”
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The whole interior was completely redone and that included a beautiful dining area and a fully functional kitchen.desktop-1418164173
Dont worry about finding space to put all your cookware and cutlery, there is plenty of cabinet space.desktop-1418164172
Awesome vidw from the sink.
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This camper is perfect for taking a cross country road trip. You don’t have to worry about stopping at those unhealthy fast food restaurants along the way, you’ll have a nice comfortable spot to hang out and rest.
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If you had an awesome travel camper like this, where would you go?