A little over a month into the rebuild process. Most of the time has been spent planning, building a rather costly ("spendy" for you Minnesohtins) cache of supplies and new tools, and a total gutting.
-Lifted shell off trailer with a 2x4 frame build (see images).
-Complete trailer derusting, Bondo, minor welding, priming, painting
-Surface prep for fiberglass work and install of all of the wood.
-Saved old wood for tracing new wood sections (using AC because marine is ~$100 or more a sheet in Anchorage).
Most recent accomplishment has been rebuilding the tabbing on the wheel wells- gaps which were previously filled with creative uses of galvanized sheet metal, silicone, unknown cheap caulking, and scrap OSB.
Images included showing new tabbing- used poly resin with 1.5oz CSM with sandwiched layers of 1708 biaxial cloth (5 layers to get thickness).