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Couple Turns Moldy Pop Up Camper Into Beautiful Custom Trailer.

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Meghan is a DoItYourselfRV reader and sent in some pictures of her custom trailer build.

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Meghan said,

I always wanted a camper. My husband bought me a pop up but when we popped it up it was covered in mold. We cut the pop up off the base and built the walls out of used pallets that held a 600 ton generator. The flooring is recycled and the windows are from an auction. Coincidentally the paint was destined for the dump as-well.

I asked her if she used any plans for the build, and she said “No, we just designed what we wanted.”

Take a look at some photos of Meghan’s camper.

Frame on a custom made camper trailer

Putting on the siding

Custom camper after installing the siding

Custom trailer ready for painting

Putting the finishing touches on the paint job

This popup camper turned into a beautiful custom trailer

It's even got a matching bikeThanks again for sharing your photos with us Meghan!

Photos via: Meghan Irwin

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3 thoughts on “Couple Turns Moldy Pop Up Camper Into Beautiful Custom Trailer.”

  1. Wow! You guys did a great job! I’m sure you had doubters along the way, but you proved them wrong. Way to go. Happy trails.

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