Hi Jessica, I found you by doing a google search for a 1972 skylark. We also have a 1972 skylark, I know hard to believe! There sure are not many of them out there. Anyway, ours is a bit smaller than yours, a 13 footer, but otherwise looks very similar. I did get a chance to view are your pics, very nice! We are really just starting the process so if you have any words of wisdom I would be open to advice. Hoping to get some pics up soon. Would love to hear from you.
Great pictures of your camper Jessica. I love the that you and your family spent a night in it already just to say you used it once. ;o) That is one more time then we have used ours that's for sure.
I like forward to seeing how your camper evolves. Ours has taken a turn for the worse, but I must persist. I am restoring the camper in our friends barn, but there is too much moisture in the air. I hung the paneling and went back out the next day and it was all warped from the moisture. I have to take it all down now and start with something different.
Thanks for the updated pictures and I look forward to seeing more in the future Jessica. :o)
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