Take a look at this unique 1960 International Harvester B110 Series Camper

Craigslist may not be the first place you'd think to look when searching for extremely rare vintage campers, but this 1960 International Harvester B110 Series was just waiting to be discovered. According to the listing, this remarkable vehicle has a storied history, spanning Washington, Alaska, Canada, Oregon, and California. Though it has seen its fair share of miles, its restored interior will make you feel like you stepped back in time.
If you feel as though you've never seen anything quite like this, you'd be correct. The lister notes, "This is the only registered IH truck camper known to exist because it was custom built." The original owner spent three years building it by hand and  —  aside from minimal paint touch ups — this vehicle is in remarkable condition.
Here's what it looks like from the outside. The boat is not included, but you can purchase it separately.
This is the original paint color, down to the coordinating tires. As previously mentioned, there were a few touch-ups done near the front of the camper where rocks and dirt had scratched the paint on a road trip.
The interior of the cab appears to contain the original seat covers and all the electrical elements are fully operational — including the heater and vintage CB radio.
As soon as you grasp the shiny doorknob and unfold the steps,  you'll fall in love with what's waiting for you inside.
The lister likens the experience of seeing the camper's interior to "walking into a vintage boat."
The benches double as extra storage space and the table folds down to become a comfy full-sized bed.
The wood-burning stove was built by hand with a vent through the wall and was designed "to cook and keep the camper warm during a cold camping trip."
The camper also comes with a matching awning, allowing you to lounge outside while staying protected from the sun's harsh rays.
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