Good as New and Prettier

2018 Northeast, Road Trip

On their way to üCamp18 with their venerable T@BOO42 on Monday, our friends Rich and Susan were involved in a three car accident that caused serious damage to the rear end of their T@B both interior and exterior. Yesterday morning they stopped by the breakfast pavilion for a bite and a quick visit on the way to the factory to see if their camper could be repaired. They were figuring that they would have to scratch their plans to leave for the Grand Canyon on Thursday. However they were back on the rally grounds this afternoon. With the repair shop unmanned this week – Austin and Mark are out at Winklepleck doing onsite repairs and modifications – nüCamp chose to temporarily halt manufacturing on the T@B line and bring T@BOO42 onto the factory floor for restoration. The only problem is that the yellow trim is no longer available but the blue trim coordinates so well with the graphics that it looks deliberate and prettier than ever! Yea, nüCamp! Grand Canyon, here they come!

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  1. Susan

    Karen and Steve –
    We DID make it to the Grand Canyon! It was an unbelievable effort by NüCamp to restore and totally rebuild the rear of our beloved T@BOO42. As we crossed the beautiful countryside between Ohio and Arizona, our little camper was a real hit with its new color scheme. We were glad to have a supply of NüCamp brochures to hand out to everyone who stopped to ask for a tour. We will sing the praises of the entire NüCamp team who helped bring a happy ending to an otherwise calamity!
    While at the ÜCamp Rally, we were glad to reconnect with fellow camper friends and appreciate the supportive comments and encouragement from everyone. – especially our most adventurous couple Steve & Karen! Thanks for the hugs! We sure needed them.
    Can’t wait for next year!

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