New owner of 73 13' Boler
. Looking to convert it to a coffee/ice cream trailer, and as such I want to make big serving window along the side of trailer where the sink and stove would normally be.
I'm looking for advice on:
-cutting such a large piece of the fiberglass, both on how to cut it and what to cut it with? (I have seen some posts about cutting smaller pieces or making small holes and some about filling holes in, but it doesn't sound like too many people are chopping big holes in their trailers!).
-whether I should consider some kind of supports to keep structural strength intact?
-when cutting this serving window, should I removed the ensolite along the cutting area, or can I cut through the fiberglass and ensolite at the sametime?
-is it a good plan to use the cut out fiberglass piece as the 'window' to be opened and closed for daily serving, or should I consider something else like wood?
-advice on what kind of hinges to use how to mount them?
Thanks for any advice/comments
Here is a photo of the side of the trailer, ideally I would like to get an opening between 6 to 7 feet long, and over three feet tall.