I haven't been on here lately as I sold my trillium
. I did find an old Gypsy Mark II fiberglass trailer for $100 that somebody was using as a garden shed. It has been stripped inside (benches cut out, stove/sink cupboard gone/outfitted with shelving units) but it still has the closet, as well as the molded cupboards.
The floor is completely gone, the guy cut it out and used some lumber to make a new floor (just wood, no fiberglass covering).
My question is that when I stand in it, my head just touches the roof. If I have to redo the floor anyways, why can't I "create" new headspace by raising the trailer? Creating a new floor and fiberglassing it into the existing trailer should be the same if I am putting it back to stock, or adding an inch or two.
Before someone asks for pics, it looks just like the fiberglass gypsy trailer that Bill Boone bought. Except it looks like a bomb went off inside and took everything with it.
I assume someone has done this before, the search function is not being kind to me right now. Just wondering if anyone has increased interior height when they were rebuilding the floor.