That subject really isn't specific but it's as close as I could get.
Stripping the Amerigo
to the shell. I found a couple places where they mounted a plywood / foam sandwich to provide an attachment point...for example on the wall behind the sink. 1" foam with 3/8 plywood - maybe 2 x 3 feet.
So I've been thinking. That's held up very well...instead of replacing - rebuilding really - the wood structure that held the wall panels in place, why not attach foam/plywood strips to the shell walls and attach the wall panels to that?
They used resin to attach the foam panels - that would be easy - easier than fabricating stick frames - lighter - less prone to rot.
Anybody have an opinion?