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Retired woman with a small farm and I like to take to the road to explore and see sights with friends and grandchildren. After looking for years for a reasonably priced vintage rv, I've finally found one that seems to need a little work and hope to get some input help and meet others on this site.
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After five years of looking I just purchased my first and only Travel Trailer.  My parents had a few and we had some great times in them.  So this is my Old Lady gift to myself.  It's taken quite some time to find one that either wasn't a complete disaster and needed complete renovation or not priced beyond my budget.  I have horses so that's enough to drain my pocket.  

I'm sure that I can bring this trailer to it's former beauty.  My main issue now is taking out the junk…


Posted on October 17, 2016 at 10:55am

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At 1:01pm on October 17, 2016, Rich Thomas said…

Hi Bonnie, welcome to Good Old RV's. It looks like you have a pretty nice project. As I was viewing your photo's I came across the one of the table needing to be cut back some and thought I would suggest a little different approach to it. Instead of cutting a 45 deg. on the radius give some thought to just taking a few inches off the square end. that way you would keep the radius on the other end and not have to deal with the edging and a non uniform shape to the table. also on the window cover manufactures put those on as stone guards to protect the glass from thrown rocks when towing. Good luck with your project it should be a fun adventure for you. 




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