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Old 07-06-2009, 10:25 PM   #15
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Been there, done that.... And there's only one way to fix it right. Great job!
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Old 07-14-2009, 02:50 PM   #16
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Now that the floor is in with (Trafficmaster allure in country pine) things are looking up. I've repainted the interior, replaced all the soft trims and seam taping, and am in the process of replacing the rigid trim around cabinets, etc. I just finished the curtains though the fact that neither my husband nor I like them means I will do another set. I have the original 83 scamp curtains free for the asking (I'm also posting on Pay it Forward). I'll pay shipping if you'll launder.

I don't know what your floor looks like Roy but replacing the floor was a big job, for someone like me anyway. It is gratifying, though, and sets a precedent for doing things all the way and the right way (I hope).

Here's pics of the floor and will follow with pics of the trim once its done. Couldn't have done ANY of this without you folks on this forum.

ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL JOB!!! We are rehabbing an 83 5er in really serious condition.
will show hubby the pics of your underlayment replacement which we are having to do.
thanks! we intend on doing photos. like the pdf idea. may need help figuring out how to do that, tho! : )
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Old 07-16-2009, 12:38 PM   #17
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ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL JOB!!! We are rehabbing an 83 5er in really serious condition.
will show hubby the pics of your underlayment replacement which we are having to do.
thanks! we intend on doing photos. like the pdf idea. may need help figuring out how to do that, tho! : )

Thanks! I get the feeling that folks here prefer posters just upload photos so I sort of abandoned the pdf/Google page. I am really looking forward to your pics, though. I am mildly down right now - we had to completely replace hitch, so essentially threw $175 out the window, and on our way back from our first ever Scamp trip, the shroud of the roof-mounted A/C unit must have come off. Besides really worrying about causing an accident we are looking at $150 to replace that. Like someone said, like a house, always $$$. Sure helps to have a job to support this habit.
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