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Nancy Kroes' Scotty 3, a 1961 15' Sportsman 15 (Front Kitchen)
I had finished fixing up Scotty 1 and gone camping with her,
my parents expressed an interest in having a Scotty to use
for camping. They had a StarCraft popup that my sister had
given them, but at their ages, it was kind of hard for them
to use. So, the search for another Scotty began. I found Scotty
3 on Ebay, near Cleveland, Ohio.
is a Sportsman 15, a very rare model with a
and a dinette across the side
and a gaucho across the rear.
She also has full floor-to-ceiling
wardrobes to the left of the door.
At the time I bought mine, only three other Scottys of this model were known of.
As of September, 2011, at least a dozen are now known, with one showing up
at our rally held Sep. 2011 in Acadia National Park and another at the Sep. 2011
Street Rod show in Kalamazoo, MI.
I love the double windows. This seems to be the only model that had them!
roof looks great, without any signs of leaking.
I love the bedside cabinet.
Looking towards the front with the dinette is made into a bed.
She has the cute overhead cabinet and a cute metal icebox.
Full wardrobe and I love the very 1960 looking electric light fixtures!
Another view of the full wardrobe. She has her original mirror.
The dinette. She'll get recovered cushions!
Not the original license plate light but it is cute and Scottyish!
Her original tongue and wiring.
The tongue jack and coupler have already been replaced
(2" coupler now), and the wiring plug is now a flat-4.
Work began late summer of 2005!
Her "theme" is Mary Engelbreit "Too Cute Scotty"
Drop down has been carpeted and a ME rug added.
Cabinets have been painted and knobs replaced with 1960ish looking ones.
Her icebox still has to be cleaned and put back in.
The new black and white checked cushion covers and
new curtain rods. She awaits her new curtains!
Some of her new decor - retro-styled clock, floral arrangement, etc.
Vintage lunch cloth and vintage Texasware dishes.
Also a retro CD/AM/FM (its a Studebaker).
The "Diner" sign just seemed to fit!
Ready to roll on her first campout, Bidwell Point, Arkansas!
She also made the National Rally in PA in 2006
In May of 2007, I sold her on Ebay to fellow NSSO group members,
Christi & Terry Partee of Bull Shoals, AR
Bye bye Scotty 3 - you're going to a good home
Check out her progress on her new page...