74 StarCraft renovation

Discussion in 'Camper Restoration Projects' started by chris4963, Apr 2, 2013.

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    Bear creek did have the lowest prices. I think I've settle on the hard wall for the road side. I've got some ideas brewing its going to be amazing.
     
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    Nice looking resto and decals. What type of cutter are you using? I have a US Cutter MSH871 and although nice for the price, I wish it was a Roland ha. I use Inkscape and SB Cutter for my design work, both free.

    The more I read this forum, the more I realize we are all a bunch of home-doers, tinkerers, diy'ers and problem solvers. Seems like we only pay for the most crucial things, all else we make :)
     
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    I have a 38" cutter/plotter made by US Cutter. I use Sure Design Pro and Inkscape. The camper is coming along nicely. Still a bunch more stuff I want to do I'm sure you seen my list above. I'm pretty busy between work and my business and 3 boys. Doesn't leave much time to work on it but it'll be complete someday.
     
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    Looks good! Keep up the good work and please keep posting pictures. I love to see the oldies restored to the glory.
     
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    It's been along time since I posted on here. After having some family issues in late 2014 and early 2015 my popup sat in a storage lot for 4 years untouched by me at least. I resurrected it last week. In total dismay to it's condition. Roof rotted out way beyond repair. Holes in roof by what looks like a hatchet all the electrical pulled out of it, exterior lights smashed, canvas slashed. New plans in the works as we speak the memory of the pop-up will live on In it's new form. I am starting a teardrop build with it's frame.
     
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