Newbie from BC here working on cleaning up an egg for the summer vacation. One thing led to another and figured it was easier to fix it right the first time. 1972 fairly abused Boler
that I picked up last month in need of some freshening up. After some rust repairs and a quick paint
, it should be back on its frame tomorrow.
I read a number of posts regarding the bolts/screws that hold them together. I helped a neighbor with his late 80`s model, and found out the earlier ones sure have a lot more rusted, hard to get out screws!!
I have some engineered flooring to install, clean up and repair the cabinets, benches etc., rewire, replace the side windows
and several other list items. Seems like everytime I view the other mods and alterations on this forum, the list gets longer.
Not sure if I will make the weekend in Fort Langley but will see how things progress and still need to get the tow vehicle, a 55 Chevy pickup, sorted out as well.