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Husband And Wife Team Renovate Their 1979 Prowler Travel Trailer

This Prowler renovation story is a guest post from Angela. Submit your story here!

Angela and Shawn thought they got a great deal when they sold their pop-up camper to buy a 1979 Prowler trailer. What they actually got was a lot of water damage and a primer in totally renovating an almost-vintage trailer.

I came up with the ideas, he came up with the way to do it and we work together to get it done. It really is stunning and we absolutely love it.

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I wish we could “flip” campers, we loved doing this!!

The object of their efforts: a 1979 Prowler trailer.

1979 Prowler trailer

Before and after of their renovation.

Trailer renovation

During the ‘tearing out’ phase.

Renovating a trailer

The updated dining area.

New dining area in camper

To see more photos of their travel trailer renovation, visit this post at Angela and Shawn’s website. They’ve catalogued their renovation in detail, and you’ll learn exactly what it took to get this 30+ year old camper looking good!

SEE ALSO: Bumper-Pulled 1968 Boler Travel Trailer Worthy Of Its New Candy Apple Red Paint Scheme




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