When it comes to building out a semi-gutted trailer, a lot depends on your budget, time, and skill set.
Appliances are standard RV products. You can look locally, online, and through RV salvage yards, new or used. Sounds like you may also have wiring and plumbing to think about.
Options to rebuild the interior cabinetry:
1. Build cabinets yourself from scratch. I'd caution against using ready-made residential cabinets- they'll quickly get too heavy. RV cabinets are built differently for light weight
2. Look for salvaged parts from old Scamps. This is a long shot. There aren't that many out there, they last forever, and people hang onto them.
3. Order new fiberglass pieces from Scamp
and install them yourself. Shipping will be expensive.
4. Take the trailer to the Scamp
factory and let them do it. That means a long trip, but by most accounts it will be cheaper, maybe a lot cheaper, than paying a local RV shop to do it.
Know that many of the original cabinets helped support the shell and maintain its shape. Without them or some alternative support, the shell will tend to sag and bulge out at the waist (kinda like me
). You may end up with door fit issues and other problems.
There are many different kinds of awnings. Lots of old threads with discussions of the pros and cons and links to suppliers of different kinds. I'd recommend a "Site Search/Google" (at the bottom of the "Search" menu under your log-in information) on "awnings." You'll get plenty of reading to keep you going for hours!