Vintage Camper Friday

Vintage Camper Friday

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By Merlin The epitome of the spam camper or canned ham camper style is, in my opinion, the Serro Scotty.  These were produced from the late 1950s through through 1997 when the plant burned down.  My wife and I have one that we purchased a couple summers ago and have…

Reader Sara’s Refinished Heywood Wakefield Table – Thursday Retro Rewind

Reader Sara’s Refinished Heywood Wakefield Table – Thursday Retro Rewind

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Since Mom’s Time Capsule Condo Series wrapped up last Thursday I thought I’d keep going with the “Retro Rewind” on Thursday’s and re-post some of my other favorite posts from the past. I know we’ve gained so many new readers since my first posts were done on refinishing my Heywood…

Shopping for Antiques in Tucson!

Shopping for Antiques in Tucson!

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By Sara In AZ   Mike and I decided to make a quick day trip to Tucson recently and, of course, we had to stop in at a few antique shops along the way. Let me tell you – the vintage/mid century stuff is getting harder and harder to find!…

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Monessen, Pennsylvania

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Monessen, Pennsylvania

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By MidModMichelle Well hello again folks! Today we’re going to step away from million dollar mid-century homes and look at a totally affordable and kitschy ranch. This home was sent to us by Nancy Kate Grayson, the admin of the Mid Century Modern Real Estate World Wide Facebook group. If…

Aristocrat Campers, portable 1960s – Vintage Camper Friday

Aristocrat Campers, portable 1960s – Vintage Camper Friday

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By Merlin As I gather listings for my camper blog every week one manufacturer that stands out is Aristocract.  The exterior and interior styling really say 1960’s to me.  The exterior departs from the rounded “canned ham” look  that was used into the 1960s. And the styling offers some lines…

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