OK She is actually only 15, and doesn't even have a learners license
yet, so I have time to fix it up for her wedding. She is one of a set of twins. The other twin wants a Bigfoot
Spirit Wing fifth wheel. The daughter who is getting this trailer wants to have a small foot print. She is the one who said to me, the first time she explored my dad's lake front cottage, "daddy, daddy, it's even better then the trip!!!!! This is after spending three days in the van, with no air in the back, (steerage), and stopping only one night at a camp site. She loves to travel, and a smaller Trillium
This one is built for only two people. The front has the smallest bathroom I have ever been in. It is a good thing that she is small. Her twin is about six inches taller then her.
The first issues will be the windows
, the back escape
hatch is broken. Also two panes in the front window are missing. It is a good thing that it is not in the bathroom side, that side is frosted. I happen to have four clear panes from a 1300. They are parts I got on kijiji for free, along with a complete side window and one good tail light
. I love kijiji.
The problems don't end with the windows
. The roof vent is 9" x 9". This is no good for the first upgrade I plan to make, a Fantastic fan. I will have to cut a bigger hole. The belly band has calking on the top, a very bad sign. There appears to be a defect in the fiberglass in front of the bathroom on the outside. A rusty crack right through gel coat, about 1" above the belly band. Also below the belly band at the same spot, a rusted wood screw seems to be protruding from the inside. I have not found it on the inside yet, (see picture). Some PO put a wood cabinet on the seat that is beside the bath room.
Oh sure, it is a fixer upper, but it has all the bells and whistles. I have time to make it right, (I hope).