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kamper 06-28-2006 01:13 PM

New User - Supersizing to Bambi
 
Hello everyone. We currently camp in our 4x10 Hunter Teardrop but have decided to supersize to a Bambi 16 footer (although we still love our little tear so will hold on to it). We do not want to restore a trailer but we definitely are into redecorating it! The 2006 interior is a bit too modern for our tastes so we would like to find out all we can about layouts, accessories, problems...well, basically everything we can about the prior Bambi 16 footers.
Looking forward to chatting and learning!

bake315 06-28-2006 02:05 PM

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Originally Posted by kamper
Hello everyone. We currently camp in our 4x10 Hunter Teardrop but have decided to supersize to a Bambi 16 footer (although we still love our little tear so will hold on to it). We do not want to restore a trailer but we definitely are into redecorating it! The 2006 interior is a bit too modern for our tastes so we would like to find out all we can about layouts, accessories, problems...well, basically everything we can about the prior Bambi 16 footers.
Looking forward to chatting and learning!

Supersizing to a Bambi - kinda like "jumbo shrimp" :D

But in your case definitely apropos! Welcome to the forum! Plenty of help to be had, and the search function will yield a wealth of info.

CaddyGrn 06-28-2006 06:27 PM

We "supersized" too!
 
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Welcome to the forum! You will get lots of help to questions here!

We have a 1963 Bambi and we supersized from our 1946 Kit Teardrop (which we still have, of course, and have had since 1980...) We "redecorated" our Bambi in various shades of green. I love green. Most things I have are green... (my husband isn't, however :lol: ) The interior of ours is painted with zolotone which was original for the period. Don't think we have many pics of the "finish" yet as we are going to take our maiden voyage in about 36 hours! My husband just finished a frame off ... it has been 10 months. Lots of little finish work yet. Curtains are not done, some of the trim is not back up, towel racks, etc. But it is time to go camping! So, here we go!

I will post a pic of our 1946 Kit just so we can compare tears. :) Ours is 4 X 8!

Welcome and have fun!


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