Shawn McKenna
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Hi - My name is Shawn and I'm a new member. I recently was given an Aristocrat Lo-Liner camper (don't know the year) that needs a ton of work but I'm looking forward to it. I've done some work…Continue

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Dry Camper
What's your camper's Brand, i.e. Travco, Shasta, etc.
Aristocrat Lo-Liner
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Milford, CT
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Hi - I recently was given a vintage Aristocrat Lo-Liner camper that needs a lot of work and have been working on it sporadically. I used to have a '59 Nash Metropolitan two-tone (seafoam green and white) and sold it years ago. This I kind of it's replacement and I want to paint it the same colors.
I was originally going to try to keep it original, but it was not going to be practical. I do have a few parts that I have for free to a good home for someone wanting to restore their camper. I have the stove top only, a broiling pan from the oven, 2 ceiling lights, the propane lamp that I took off the wall as you first come in and eventually will take off the 3 lamps. I have pics of most of it if anyone is interested.
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I'm 56 years old and love the retro look. They don't make them with the same character anymore
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I am in the process of restoring an Aristocrat Lo-Liner camper (don't know the year-how do I find it?) and have a two electric lights and one propane lamp that I don't need as well as a broiler tray for the oven. The 2 electric lights are the ones that attach to the ceiling. If anyone needs them and would like them free I can send them to you.You can call or text Shawn at 203-218-5333 (I don't have a pic of the propane lamp-forgot to do that)…


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