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Cudahy, WI
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My husband and I are in our mid 50's, and we recently purchased a vintage motorhome (1988 National RV 27ft. Dolphin). We want to play for a while to see if this is something we would be interested in doing when we retire. At the moment we have been cleaning and updating our motorhome and look forward to using her this summer.
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Seeing how others renovate, learning from others
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1988 Dolphin - Out with the Dinette - In with an Office Space, well Maybe!!! Part 1

After I retire, I knew I was still going to want to work, but work online in a creative capacity. So, creating some type of craft/office space to take my office mobile, was a priority.

The Dinette space is 6ft in length, looks out a big window, has cabinets above it,…

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Posted on March 20, 2014 at 7:41pm

1988 Dolphin - Stripping Vinyl Graphics and Painting the Fiberglass Outside

Well, let me start out by not sugar coating it, Wow was this a big job for my husband. We are incredibly happy with the final results, but it was a big job.

Under ideal circumstances it wouldn't have been such a long process, but in reality it look a long time.

1. If he didn't have to go to work already for 8 hours each day, you can't expect him to get home at 8:00 at night then go work some more (in the dark no less).

2. If it was smaller and fit into a…

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Posted on March 14, 2014 at 5:30am — 8 Comments

1988 Dolphin - Painting Walls and Refinishing the Cabinets

The first thing I decided to tackle inside was washing everything down and begin by painting the walls to get rid of the dated wall paper. We went with olive and chocolate brown as our colors. This way I could do a Tuscan theme, but still have colors that would be camping/dog friendly. We have two black labs, so no light pastel colors for us, I wanted it to be dog & man friendly for my husband.

 

The insides of all the cabinets were painted the same color as the walls, a…

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Posted on March 13, 2014 at 5:30pm — 2 Comments

Newbie 1st Post: 1988 Dolphin

Hi Everyone,

I am new to the Site and wanted to introduce myself and our vintage rv.  We purchased (new to us) a 1988 27ft. motorhome and we are currently painting and fixing it up.  I look forward to sharing our photos as we work thru our remodeling, as well as enjoying looking at your photos and learning from you.

I've included a few photos of how the rv looked when we first brought her home.  Here she is:…

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Posted on February 8, 2014 at 6:35pm — 4 Comments

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At 8:05am on April 27, 2014, Lakota Wolf said…

I will have to say,, Very impressive job,,, Well done. The pictures say a thousand words. You will get many many miles from your rig,, Just don't forget to enjoy the sights and scenery. Happy motoring.

 
 
 

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