1972 Boler-Interior re-do. - Fiberglass RV


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Old 11-20-2011, 11:35 PM   #1
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1972 Boler-Interior re-do.

After wanting to change the floor, one thing led to another....

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Old 11-21-2011, 01:59 AM   #2
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Looks awesome Brad! Hope min look s half that good when done. Where did you get the metal trim for the floor? My local HD didn't have it.

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Old 11-21-2011, 06:23 AM   #3
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Look what happens... you start from the bottom and work up! Awesome lil trailer
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Old 11-21-2011, 09:22 AM   #4
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Nice job! Awesome!
So when ya coming out to Delta to finish mine off?
Or better yet....When are we going camping together?
Take great care my friend!
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Old 11-21-2011, 10:50 AM   #5
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I love your tall cabinet setup. How handy was that, the width being perfect for those drawer bins??
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Old 11-21-2011, 01:50 PM   #6
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Your trailer looks cleanly done and lovely!! We are trying to decide on what fridge to purchase, I couldn't make out what type you have installed, if you don't mind sharing, I would love to know what type your's is and if it is a 2-way (or three way?)
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Old 11-21-2011, 01:53 PM   #7
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The trim should already be there at the floor. That does look really nice throughout.
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Old 11-21-2011, 02:19 PM   #8
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The trim should already be there at the floor. That does look really nice throughout.
Yeh, It looks like the original trim I have in my '69. I'm missing pieces and others are damaged and I'd like to go with something similar. I'm amazed at how now days we have multiple box stores but less selection than ever. Hasn't been the case when I stop into HD south of the border

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Yeh, It looks like the original trim I have in my '69. I'm missing pieces and others are damaged and I'd like to go with something similar. I'm amazed at how now days we have multiple box stores but less selection than ever. Hasn't been the case when I stop into HD south of the border

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Thanks for everyone's kind remarks, most of the updates have been borrowed from the many great trailers I have seen here!

Mark- I hunted high and low for replacement trim and ended up with the aluminum trim from Home Depot, found near the flooring area.

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Your trailer looks cleanly done and lovely!! We are trying to decide on what fridge to purchase, I couldn't make out what type you have installed, if you don't mind sharing, I would love to know what type your's is and if it is a 2-way (or three way?)
The fridge is 120 volt only, made by Igloo (we had an ice box before) and we purchased that at Future shop on sale. We are use to coolers while camping and if we are lucky to have power it's bonus.

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I like the idea of the utility bar just under the cabinets. Sure keeps the countertop clean. Where did you find the buckets?
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Thanks for everyone's kind remarks, most of the updates have been borrowed from the many great trailers I have seen here!

Mark- I hunted high and low for replacement trim and ended up with the aluminum trim from Home Depot, found near the flooring area.

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So I zoomed in on the pic. Did you use two separate pieces then. One against the wall and one in the floor? Or is it a 90 degree single piece?
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The fridge is 120 volt only, made by Igloo (we had an ice box before) and we purchased that at Future shop on sale. We are use to coolers while camping and if we are lucky to have power it's bonus.

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We are thinking of going that way too. It's nice to see the Igloo installed, we have looked at that one as well, but I didn't recognize the symbol. We are trying to decide on ice box vs. 120v only vs. spending way too much and buying a 2-way. I think we are definitely leaning towards just getting the 120v and using our cooler! My hubby is more stuck on the 2-way fridge than I am
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Old 11-22-2011, 06:35 PM   #14
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I like the idea of the utility bar just under the cabinets. Sure keeps the countertop clean. Where did you find the buckets?
James, the buckets and the stainless bar with towel rack came from Ikea. I just put a screw through the buckets to ensure they stay on.

The cabinet storage with drawers is from Ikea to, I did modify it to fit.

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