Number One On Our Christmas List: Check Out A Walk-Around Of The “Rerun” Chevrolet Camper From SEMA!


Number One On Our Christmas List: Check Out A Walk-Around Of The “Rerun” Chevrolet Camper From SEMA!

The 1972 Chevrolet C30 camper that was parked, well-hidden off of the far end of the Las Vegas Convention Center might be my most favorite vehicle from the 2018 SEMA show. “Rerun”, as it’s known, was on display for Creative Mobile Interiors and once you stepped into the camper section of the Chevrolet, you could see why…the truck stays true to it’s overall original shape and it feels a bit retro-throwback inside, but my lord is everything right where it’s supposed to be, nice and prepared, and thought out to be useful as well as pretty. There’s a bed. There’s a sofa, there’s a kitchenette, a microwave, and I’m sure plenty more where that came from. And the truck itself is a badass too, packing a reworked 402ci big-block and an SM465 four-gear trans. Are we a bit focused on it from a show that is filled to the brim with cars of all types? Yeah. But it isn’t everyday that you see a build that is exceptionally well thought out, that displays excellent engineering, attention to detail, and still looks like a useable ride at SEMA. You could easily see this thing parking up at a race somewhere. You could see it out on the Interstate rolling along some empty highway as the sun is going down. You can actually picture it being used as something other than a shop ornament. We are gonna dig the hell out of this camper for some time to come, and thanks to Kyle from 1320Video, you’ll get an in-depth walkaround experience of the C30 yourself!


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3 thoughts on “Number One On Our Christmas List: Check Out A Walk-Around Of The “Rerun” Chevrolet Camper From SEMA!

  1. Gene Berry

    \”You could see it out on the Interstate rolling along some empty highway as the sun is going down\”. May help if you put some side mirrors on the thing!
    Not going to look all pretty when you change lanes into another car or truck. There is NO WAY you can change lanes safely. That must be why it was parked outside. With no one directing, it would have run over displays and people if it drove inside.
    See it all the time, people pulling trailers with stock mirrors, can\’t see anything around or behind them.
    Had a C20 with a camper on it hauling my 55 to Bakersfield, Palmdale, etc, swing the mirrors out and never had a problem. Do the same with my 80 Chevy Dually now.

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