Hi all- thanks for the nice feedback on my '76.
I took the camper to a body shop that also did fiberglass repair. The door sag turned out to be because the lower corner was pulling loose from the floor. They fabricated steel supports that were welded in to the frame, and curved up inside the body next to the door. The door hinges are now mounted on steel that is firm to the frame. I have some pictures if anybody else is trying to do this...
I hung the very small microwave
from aluminum strips bolted to the upper cabinet- as others have done. No problems with it at all.
Bill, I used a trash can lid as a template and drew around the wheel. I cut that around with a jigsaw. No problems at all- you can see that there is plenty of room- and it's much easier to change tires
. I thought it gave a sort of sports car look...
Thanks, everyone, for your interest. Happy camping. ThomKat