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  • #51
    I loved that camper!
    🍺 Asheville George 🍻

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    • #52
      Time to trim out the windows.Have some of the original trim but not for all windows.Decided to use metal right angle for suspended ceiling border.Alot cheaper than buying aluminum angle.Used some 1 1/2 inch pvc lattice
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      • #53
        Nice choice! It looks great and is a nice finishing touch. Worth the effort I think. I wonder if fold out crank handles would work on the windows?

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        • #54
          Originally posted by MEBerberich View Post
          Nice choice! It looks great and is a nice finishing touch. Worth the effort I think. I wonder if fold out crank handles would work on the windows?
          Yes Marilyn they do crank out.One of these days need to clean and lubricate window mechanisms as they are stiff to turn.
          I used pvc trim on interior.Light weight,cheap ,easy to cut and no painting if you leave it white.About the only things left is hanging some blinds and buying a couple of mattresses.Thanks to all the compliments and encouragement.Oh,planning to bring it to the fall event!

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ID:	24126 Adding some pics taken after getting some details finished.The beds are 30x80 inch.After pricing that size cot mattress (expensive) decided to try cutting a queen 60x80 inch mattress in two.Turned out pretty good
            and was cheaper than just one cot mattress.Dear wife was going to make some curtains but we found some we liked on Amazon cheaper than buying fabric to make them.Used a drop leaf table for dinette with the
            grey cubes for seats that double for storage.Original Thetford toilet would fit behind sliding barn door but upgraded to a Thetford curve version that is bigger and wouldn't fit in that space.The retro clock gets a lot of compliments.Put in a 32inch tv/dvd player on back wall for movies.Over all pleased with it.

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            • #56
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              • #57
                Steve, that is so awesome looking work you have done. Hope to see it out and about sometime.

                Bob

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                • #58
                  Steve - I have been enjoying your photos. It has been great to watch the transformation of your trailer. The craftsmanship is incredible. Hoping to have a chance to see it in person some day.
                  Mark

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