"My ceiling didn't work out too well. Too heavy, and as the trailer has no shocks it induced rocking and swaying. I am going to have to replace the ceiling with lighter materials. Right now it is still in storage, as my tow vehicle (2000 Jeep…"
Hey!!! Good to see that little trailer again.I saw the picture and it was,hey that looks familiar.Nice to hear from you again. Trailer is down at the river and its full steam ahead on the interior. Complete outer reskin and roof.Windows taken apart and polished,new glass and gaskets. So your trailer is a Avion? The camper stuff is exciting(and expensive). Have you been in any shows lately? I,ll try and send you some pictures. Thanks Jim F
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