PHASE 2 OF CLASSC REBUILD DONE FOR THIS YEAR.

Forgot to upload pics from camera, Oh well. Our youngest decided to get married this year so all work halted on camper so I could build  patio and fireplace for the ceremony and a ten foot rib pit for the BBQ. All time and resources went into the wedding and party so the camper got cobbled back together enough to take on a mini vacation up to New Hampshire for a few days after the wedding and we called it a day! Winterizing to begin and we'll start all over next year finishing up the Cabinet doors and wainscoting, and then probably rebuild the cab over. Now I'm too busy stacking firewood!

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Comment by Sheryl Mason on October 21, 2013 at 3:34pm

Love what you are doing, we are rebuilding an Itasca Windcruiser that was badly abused and poor thing needs lots of attention, but like yours in time it will be beautiful and enjoyed for many years I hope.

Comment by Kevin wright on October 11, 2013 at 12:58pm
Pretty amazing. Thanks for taking the time to document all the repair. Gives me the inspiration to get up on the roof and continue with my minor project. Replacing the vents.
Comment by Ken Nolte on October 11, 2013 at 2:41am

Love to see what you have done so far. Been watching with interest and hoping to learn something. It is truly great to see someone rebuilding an older unit. We have gotten too used to disposing of anything that isn't new or shiney it seems. Keep up the good work and keep us all posted. Great stuff so far..

Thanks..

Ken

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