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Old 05-08-2018, 08:42 PM   #1
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Pinterest has some of the coolest **** I've ever seen. Some of these vintage caravans are outrageous.


https://www.pinterest.com/pin/861032022479116121/
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Pinterest has some of the coolest **** I've ever seen. Some of these vintage caravans are outrageous.


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When I start the build-out of the interior, Pinterest is where Mrs Twigg will get all the ideas that I have to put into practise
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When I start the build-out of the interior, Pinterest is where Mrs Twigg will get all the ideas that I have to put into practise
It's amazing how many really nice skoolies there are out there that aren't members here. I could spend ours just looking at bus interiors there.
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There are some really nice skoolies out there, but not as many nice short skoolies. Johnny Mullet's Thunder Bus is a notable exception to that. It seems lots of people that get shorties to convert just end up slapping in an old dresser and some 2x4 bunk beds and call it a day.

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I guess Johnny Mullet's bus isn't as short as I thought.
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