Vintage Vagabond from the '50s has the most spacious camper bathroom you'll see

In most camper trailers you'll find yourself crouching and squatting and your body contorted if you need to use the restroom or take a shower. Typically the restrooms are very small - but that just comes with the territory. In this 1953 Vagabond, however, the bathroom is as spacious as you'll see in a camper trailer.
According to Vintage Camper Trailers, this yellow submarine-looking camper sat in storage for over 30 years. It was later purchased in 1987, and the owner felt it was time to do a bit of maintenance. It didn't require much, just a new paint job and some new tires. The interior still has that old-school appeal.
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The couch juxtaposed with the curtains give this camper that vintage charm.
This Vagabond even has a heater, in case a road trip finds you in subzero temperatures.
The living room is adequately spacious.
There's plenty of room in the kitchen for a couple of chefs to whip up a nice meal. 
The refrigerator most certainly hasn't been replaced since this camper was built.
Two twin mattresses lay side by side. The wood interior adds a nice touch.
Here's the spacious bathroom that looks like you might find in a city apartment. For once, you can use the restroom without any sort of contortion required.
You even have the option to bathe or shower. Most camper trailers you come across won't have both.
The Vagabond is shaped (and built) like a bus, and is designed to travel great distances. However, it can be unhitched at any time and called home.
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