I bought this 1971 Camper about 30 years ago for $300 and served me well on half a dozen hunting leases. It was worn out and slated to be torn down and recycled, but last minute I decided to bring it home and refurbish it into a stand. Glad I did. It is now near Fairplay TX set up mostly for night hog hunting.
All wiring not already has been converted to 12 volt. I added a 200w solar panel, charge controller, fuse block, and deep cycle batteries. All accessories are hard wired in appropriate converters, relays, or dedicated receptacles. All interior lights converted to LED.
It has two trucker fans, a new roof vent fan, and quiet positive pressure fan used normally for computer servers is mounted using the old furnace flue and wired into a wall switch. So I can get lots of air circulation in warmer weather.
Propane Lamp from a sailboat mounted on wall in case I ever run out of power.
A new catalytic heater mounted on the wall in place of the old furnace.
Walls sided with plywood to firm them up and new blind windows installed across the back. And blackout curtains added for night hunting.
There is a driveway alarm receiver mounted above the shooting bench along with a switch for a green LED flood/spot light. 2nd switch just for the fun of it lights up the whole perimeter of the blind.
Added a solid shooting bench below the main window.
A bed base stores against the wall below the shooting bench that can be pulled out. The foam center piece and cot mattress folds up and stores on a shelf. During the day there is a nice office chair I use that is not pictured.
I installed a radio normally used on motorcycles. Wireless headphones that can be used with it.
Water tank replaced with easily swapped water jug system. Sink faucet retains original hand pump but also added a 12 volt low amp draw water pump normally used with water features.
12 Volt TV, roku with 3T hard drive full of 100s of movies and tv shows. Ear buds plug into the roku remote.
A wall mounted clock/barometer/moon phase/alarm/inside outside temp weather center.
A commercial dry toilet and the usual deer stand funnel with a hose run underground.
Stocked with enough non perishable food for several trips before needing restocking.
All that is left is to lift the entire camper up off the ground onto blocks to get the wheels off the ground so it sets solid and level.