Almost there! Leak tested on Sunday and everything stayed dry on the inside.. Yay! hopefully this will be the case in a torrential down pour. We will be travelling with a tarp and tie downs just in case. I don't have the ability to pull the windows
out right now because the trailer is in a less desirable neighbourhood and if we didn't get it done in one day I would have to sit watch all night lol. So the windows
will be done over the winter when I have it out at a family members farm in the quonset nice and safe.
On the list to do yet is the door. This will be a project and a half. Really all it needs is the screws tightened and it would sit perfectly but the dumbass PO bolted the top hing in through the fiberglass shell. These bolts are now rusted and i'm afraid if I try to tighten them they're going to snap off. So we are trying to problem solve this without having to do any fiberglass work, although that might not be possible. This may also have to wait until the winter.
Need new trim around the door so it closes tight at the bottom as the weather stripping (?) is missing.
New table top is a must and the new folding leg I got from Lee Valley needs to be cut down a bit so the table is level.
Curtains... I finally after 3 attempts made nice new curtains that now just need to be hung.
Storage solutions for the closet. I want to put a couple shelves in.
Cabinet doors and hardware
Reattach the rock guard to the front window
And last but not least.. Giver a good bath on the outside
Here's some pics of what she's looking like so far!
Huge THANKS to Jim for the seat cushion templates.. worked like a dream!
Huge THANKS to David for all the bits and pieces and advice!
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