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Brat Camper Shell Question (Long)

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#1 Jibs


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Posted 01 September 2004 - 08:52 AM

Does anyone know how many companies were authorized to make Brat campers?

I was over at the local Subaru repair shop yesterday and stopped by the camper place next door to see if he could repair a camper I got with my 82 Brat. He asked me what it looked like and I told him. He wondered for a minute and said that he might have made that camper style. I said "What?" and he replied that he and his father had a mold of a Brat Camper, and had started making shells for them back in 1978. He didn't make too many, and after he had made a few Gemtop had bought him out and that's how he is in the camper business now. He was really shocked that someone still had a camper from back then and wanted to get it fixed. I just thought it would be really cool to know that I have one of his campers from way back. Anyway, I'll let you guys know what happens.

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