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Old 04-04-2014, 10:40 AM   #1
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New Owner of a 1990 T-222 Sun Ray by Sunlite

We just purchased our camper yesterday afternoon....for apprentices to help on our farm for the summer...but now I'm thinking how fun it would be to fix it up some...redo the interior...and do a little camper in a warmer climate than Maine next winter.

We don't know much about the camper...no manuals, etc.

Has anyone redone the interior of their older campers (I want to do something rustic/hunting with a little glamper flare).

Interesting in reading/seeing what you all may have done with your older campers..

TIA,
C
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Old 04-05-2014, 08:38 AM   #2
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Wow the sky is the limit depth of pockets maybe a factor. Several people have posted rebuilds projects here.
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Old 04-05-2014, 08:48 AM   #3
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pockets are too deep here...in Washington County Thankfully we got a GREAT deal on it. It's still buried in snow in the Bar Harbor area...can't wait to get it home
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Old 04-06-2014, 06:01 AM   #4
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Ah yes the county that no one in southern Maine knows exists (have friends in Sipayic) I'm in the western mountains of southern Maine near Fryeburg. I bought my T1700 from a couple up near Elsworth brought it home in a snow storm! I'm still working on mine trying to finish before the first week in May basically I'm trying to make an Air Stream out of a Sunline! Search "construction project" on this site there are some pictures of mine.
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Old 04-08-2014, 07:36 AM   #5
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I'll be bringing mine to Fryeburg Fair in Sept....we exhibit there, so excited to have a camper so I don't have to pay at Attitash! I'll look up the project...sounds like you're doing what I though I was going to do, but after going to look at the camper again, it's in better condition than I originally thought...just needs a good cleaning.
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Old 04-08-2014, 03:58 PM   #6
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I'll be bringing mine to Fryeburg Fair in Sept....we exhibit there, so excited to have a camper so I don't have to pay at Attitash! I'll look up the project...sounds like you're doing what I though I was going to do, but after going to look at the camper again, it's in better condition than I originally thought...just needs a good cleaning.
Good deal I maybe working there during the fair doing electrical work I'm retired but the money is really good hard to turn down. What do you exhibit we'll try to look you up. I'm less that 8 miles away in the middle of 80 acres in Brownfield.
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Old 04-08-2014, 05:46 PM   #7
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Thumbs up N.A.F.C.A. , Older Sunny

ALEXANDER , CONGRATS.. We have children in the central area. Also you can see in the 5th wheel section, we got a 1986 rig ,early winter, ^ go around with the TIN CAN Tourist , vintage crowd..
. If you are going to do RV around the state, I just joined N.A.F.C.A. $23 / year . There are two chapter that own their own campgrounds around
Maine.. Discounts at other support parks.... Also each summer there is a one week Nafca-ree. This year mid July at that same Fryeburg fair grounds. Many
day bus trips to sight seeings. I should be there..

PS I was about to post a Blog about a retired artist teacher out west & the
1994 Sun Line she just got for her travel studio. Kit Frost doesn’t just seek adventures—she creates them | RVwest About 12 pictures in the upper intro banner.

AGAIN CONRATS
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