Since I've been considering buying a little old vintage camper to restore I've been finding cool stuff on vintage camper sites I didn't know existed or was still being produced. Now, I've never used these exact products myself, but most of us have used products similar enough to know how they will work. So this isn't technically a review, but there isn't a place to post good solid product ideas so, Reviews will have to do. First up is the old style gas lights they used to put in campers in the 40's, 50's & 60's. I thought one or two small ones might be cool on the pillars between the windows just forward from the Z-bench seat. The gas line could run down inside the wall and connect to the line for the stove or to a 1lb bottle under the seat. Anybody who has used an old gas lantern knows they have a nice warm light that is fully adjustable. When on high, these old single mantel lamps produce the same amount of light as a 70W bulb. They also kick out 2000 BTUs. The lowest setting on my propane heater is 4000 BTUs and that can be a bit too much on a 45 degree day. So I was thinking that 2000 BTUs might be enough to take a bit of the chill out of the air and maybe even defog the windows a good bit while you're driving. Of course with all that light it would only be good for day driving. Still a nice addition for camping on chilly nights. You can find different shapes and sizes on Ebay. As you can see, some would just be to big and awkward, but the lower ones look perfect. There are several old ones to choose from- Vintage Coleman Some companies still make new reproductions for as low as $45ea.- Then I found these little flat catalytic heaters by Olympian. I believe the smallest are only about 10"X11"X3", 3000 BTUs and can hang right on a cabinet door or mount on a wall. Properly mounted, I think they would be perfect for camping or even driving. Again, they can tap directly into your Campmobile's gas line or run off disposable bottles. And once the lines are installed you would then have a port to screw in a reserve bottle in case your tank runs out.