This one, named ReRun, was done by Creative Mobile Interiors, a company based in Grove City, Ohio. Rerun was invited to SEMA as a featured vehicle by PPG, the automotive paint supplier.
According its website, CMI designs and builds custom, one-of-a-kind vehicle conversions of all types and sizes, ranging from campers to mobile marketing display trailers and from tailgating specials to mobile offices.
As far as the ’72 Chevy C30 was concerned, the restoration included installation of a 402cid “big block” v8 bored 30 over and equipped with Keith Black domed pistons, a March Performance serpentine kit, Sniper fuel injection, SM465 transmission, hydraulic clutch and Wilwood Hydro brakes. It also modernized the driver’s compartment.
The camper originally was produced in 1972 by Mitchell & Sons, Inc., of Commerce City, Colorado. Creative rebuilt the aluminum body and shell and installed a complete custom camping interior with kitchenette, full bathroom, queen-size bed, SmarTV, WiFi, full kitchenette with bamboo countertops and an HVAC system with built-in 4 kilowatt generator.
Basically, this is an apartment on wheels, and a very livable apartment at that.