O.K., Well, the cracked fiberglass rear skirt has been repaired. It had gotten caught on something, by the previous owner, and pulled the rear wall away from the floor and broke the wall in three places. Had to remove the skirt trim and re-glass inside and undernreath, outside.
The carpet all came out and new vinyl flooring went in, cabinets too. Nice! All the scuff marks were taken off the dinette seating and other fiberglass, came off best with GS-29 Scratch Remover, of all things. Bought that crap years ago, finally found something it's good for.
The previous owner had cut a 3" x 13" hole in the countertop behind the stovetop, had to re-glass that too, done. Rewired the whole place, added a flourescent lamp above the dinette. New side marker lamps, new curtains and hangers (denim and leopard!) new upholstery, new 3-way sink and water lines, water level indicator.
I took apart everything on the tongue to move the LP tank forward and add a Deep Cycle Marine battery
tray and battery
. Painted the tongue and shortened the LP tank hold downs and shortened the crank handle to accomadate the LP tank. New door seal. Re-chromed the stove top. Bought new cabinet "Quake" latches, hinges and knobs, all in stainless.
Waiting on the 4' x 8' sheet of High Density Polyethylene 3/8" (cutting board) to make the new cabinet doors and table top with.
Waiting on the Norcold refurbished 323 3 way fridge
to come too.
Still can't find any roof vent trim. Odd size stuff.
I may end up replacing the whole damn thing... Any suggestions on the vent?
Then we're gonna wax the crap outta it and go the Laredo! (2 hour drive, no biggie) Maiden voyage has to be small, too skeered to take it further yet :u