After apporximately 300 hours, I feel like I have fixed enough leaks
and problems in my Scamp
to have come to one grand conclusion: I don't like holes drilled/cut into a camper!
So, my idea is to buy a new egg and see if the mfg will let me do all of the appliance and cabinets install, including cutting the glass. The only factory installs would be the windows
, door, and maybe the roof vent. This way I can choose my own sealant, my own fasteners, and do a proper job of cutting holes (straight and square). I may even glass in all of my supports so I can avoid the "Scamp rivet fest".
I will be building a boondocker, so no AC, maybe a portable/removeable AC roll around unit, dual gas and dual battery
, ice box, indoor/outdoor stove, no furnace
, fantastic fan, awning
, sink with a small removeable water tank under the cabinet
Any thoughts or suggestions on the build?
I was thinking Casita
for new, but if they won't work with me, maybe I'd try to find a used minimalist patriot and go from there... sorry, but Scamp
quality is just not good enough for me at this point.
Would you go as far as to tell the factory, assuming they'll agree, to forgo wall covering so I can do my own? I hate rat fur, collects dog fur like they're cousins or something, though of doing a vinyl headliner for insulation and sound.