|The side is pretty straight but there are some small dings|
|Original water fill|
|. You can see the original side and back lights. License plate light is not original.|
The j rail is in pretty good shape but the putty was dry and brittle. I have already replaced all of that.
|Dinette on the door side|
The dinette upholstery was a bit on the rugged side. The table will need to be rebuilt and recovered as well. We have the upholstery done already and are very pleased with the final result. the table was just some masonite with a paper covering that is coming up. It will get a rebuild and new covering as well as a new table leg.
|Propane light....needs cleaning up, mantle and globe.|
Some people don't like these propane lights but we are very comfortable with them. I found a complete spare on EBAY with intact globe so we are looking good on this. We have a number of Amish friends in Ohio and they all use propane lights in their homes, barns and workshops.
|Rear of the trailer...The Gaucho bed|
|How the gaucho bed slides back to make up a sofa|
We have a gaucho bed in the rear that my wife would like to have made into a permanent bed. We'll do that after doing the rebuild in the rear of the trailer. Notice the Oak placed over the birch paneling? There's a reason for that....rot, mold and wasps nests....lots of them. Thankfully the wasps are dead. The sink is to the right and the closet to the left.
|We have a 3 burner Princess oven and stove|
|The aluminum back splash is pretty cool|
The stove looks like it wasn't used much. I will be placing some heat shields under it and next to the ice box as there is none now. The back splash polishes up very nicely with aluminum polish and my buffing wheel.
|Drawers, sink, icebox and stove.|
|Yep....we get Hummingbirds that winter over each year|