I think that it must have ben completed in a hurry, on a Friday afternoon. They didn't put the square stiffener behind the hinge side of the door frame making it a bit floppy and there is no vertical support for the upper cabinet over the kitchen unit.
......... Original to the trailer......
I do have carpeting on the walls.
All benches and cupboards are glassed in and NOT riveted
Portapoti space under centre of front bunk
Both upper end cupboards.
Table rail on the outside.
110v outlet outside under table rail and on front of kitchen unit
Molded front window cover/awning
Rail for rope type awning
Between the rails water tank, hand pump and city water tap
Frosted glass window w/screen over stove
Range hood over stove wo/fan
Door window same size as slider type side window, mounted vertically
Bargeman 400 lock... partially working
Originally had the spare tire mounted on rear and bolted through the hull. Removed and holes glassed over by 'Previous Owner'
Original ceiling vent was 10x10 with a metal cover [bent] mounted centrally.
I added a barrel type lock on the door for a couple of bucks verses mucho $$$ for a new Bargeman. We replaced the ceiling vent with a larger one with lexan cover. Adding a screen door with side frames has stiffened the trailer and removed some bowing besides giving much neded ventilation. we have made a permanent bed with front dinette and added new curtains. Welded 2X2 angle to the tongue to hold a group 27 battery
. Front bunk has been removed and stored for the next owner in case they wish to remount it.