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  Well its time to let her go to a new home..We have enjoyed her this summer with a 2500 mile road trip  to Mich . and St. Georges Island..I just need a little more height as I am a big ,tall man and…Continue

Started Nov 19, 2018

Aristocrat interior
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1970 Aristrocrat Low Liner
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 We are selling this beauty of a camper...Completely redone....Ac , new tires , 110 volt & led interior...….new awning also...…Continue

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Summer project

I decided to keep up my trailer rehab skill this summer by building a Mobil Deer blind.  It is 6' x 8'  x7' tall and can be moved by my ATV..

Its fully insulated  ,has a sky light,  and has a desk/bed to be used when hunting.

 All the windows and door were recycled from a older mobile home that was scrapped. 90% of the wood was also from the trees off our land up here. The roof is a Green steel.

The trailer frame was given to me so I put it to good use  and used it for…


Posted on September 25, 2014 at 9:09pm

Folding shelf

  This ias a folding shelf used while cooking and give you extra counter space when needed. It folds down when the Goucho bed is being used.

Posted on March 14, 2014 at 7:21pm

counter top

 This is the counter top I hand crafted from Red Cedar that was salvaged from the bottom of the Escambia river by a swamp logger.

Check out the grain and patina of the wood.

Posted on March 13, 2014 at 9:32pm — 1 Comment

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At 10:22pm on January 14, 2014, Lakota Wolf said…

That Logo on the front looks like a leveling indicator,, Have you found a Black plastic *origins plaque, about the size of an officers badge or a silver sticker.

There are usually located on Passenger side,(door side) or front corner,, I have seen them where the identification tag was on Back lower corner, but very rarely.

My guess on the year,, is late 60's early 70 at the latest, (Thats just a guess).

But, That is the kind of projects I drool over,, gets my mojo going and can't wait to get my hammer out. Wife would say, I would be like a kid in a toy store .




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