"this looks real familiar. We had 2 completely rebuild the back and front walls of our travel trailer, including replacing windows. Next project will be replacing the stripping in the windows that seals out all air!"
"looks lovely good job still trying to decide her what to do with the walls in ours I think I can handle the wood cabinets if I can do something about the wood panelling. Looking for some thoughts and ideas!"
"Doyle, noticed that you asked about get togethers on the gulf coast in the fall. I live south of Jackson, Ms. and go every Oct., usually the last weekend to Cruisin the Coast. Its a great week of thousands of muscle cars, antiques, etc. coming to…"
"I scrubbed everything down with a non-oilbased cleaner, then with a vinegar and water solution to kill odor, cause this thing had plenty of that. Then we used Kiltz? II, water based and put it on liberally. I think I have 3 coats on the ceiling,…"
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We are rebuilding a 1971 HR aluminum travel trailer. We have camped before in tents. Learning as we go, excited about the upgrade. Would love advice from the seasoned veterans. I also know we are not quite vintage, but getting there fast!!!!!
Great! We're lookin forward to it! When my dad and I bought a 58 Flxible bus everyone thought we were nuts to try and turn it into a "house bus"... there were no Class A's in 65; sometimes we thought they were right! But, it turned out GREAT. Pics at top of our rv community home page and a few in pics.
Hey, welcome folks! We sure look forward to seeing some pictures or maybe even a Blog with photos of your HR restoration. Sure sounds fun! we just got back from 2 months in our bumper pull travel trailer and had a great time. Read our "misadventures" blog sometime. Anyway, welcome!! pat, linda & Lady dog
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