Sunsets. Campfires. Booze. A Jeep. Damn perfect.
Larry Shank grew up with a 1953 Willys Jeep CJ-CB and a 1947 Ken-Skill Kustom Kamper Model "teardrop" trailer. Both were bought by his father, and when he turned 18 the titles were registered in his name. So what was the Jeep-trailer combo used for? Camping. In the American Southwest. It doesn’t get much better. Back in the '50s and '60s, that vast region of America wasn’t nearly as populated as it is today, making off the beaten path excursions all the more enjoyable and full of adventure.
Thing is, Shank doesn’t have a family to pass down his beloved Jeep and trailer to, so he’s looking for the ideal museum of some sort to become the eventual caretaker. But for now, Shank continues to go camping just like when he was a kid...only now he takes along a bottle of vodka to go with those spectacular sunsets.