An old yellow camper has been sitting in a field for decades, totally ignored and unnoticed by most people. After all, there was probably nothing inside but a lot of dust and maybe some old, broken furniture.
At least that’s what people thought…
Finally someone’s curiosity got the best of them and the camper was opened. And what was inside was beyond anyone’s expectations!
This 1953 Vagabond sat abandoned for nearly 60 years. Despite its bright yellow-green paint job, it never attracted much attention.
But it turns out this camper — which would have been used for long-term, luxury camping as well as permanent living — was actually holding a lot of surprises inside.
For one thing, everything was in perfectly spotless shape, including the birch panels and the curtains.
This living room is a perfect time capsule of decades past and really shows it’s charms don’t you think?
The appliances are intact, too, and they still work! This fridge has been keeping food cold for decades, and shows no sign of slowing down. These things were built to last!
The camper uses propane to power its stove. The stove still works and can cook a hot meal.
The bedroom has two twin beds and lots of wood paneling for a cozy look. Perfect for enjoying the great outdoors — from the comfort of a bed.
This trailer would have been brought to a location for a long vacation and lived in like a house.
Other times, people would live in these as they traveled for work. And if you didn’t know better, you might never realize that this room is in a trailer! It looks more like a cabin from the inside.
And it’s designed to have all the comforts of home, too, including a bathroom with a full-size tub.
The Vagabond camper, after many years of being forgotten, now has a new owner who takes it on many adventures across the U.S.
And it’s about time, too! And it’s even found some friends along the way.
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