First of all, I have been repairing RV's professionally for just under 30 years and this is the most difficult and time consuming RV I have ever "restored".
I started with a standard 13 foot Boler
and decided I wanted to make it look like one of those silver streamlined trailers (I won't mention which one but it should be obvious).
I gutted the trailer and finished the entire inside with a marine headliner material. The dinette was removed and a sofa/bed was constructed ( more comfortable for sitting, sleeping, and much easier to fold up or down) The front bed was removed and a bathroom complete with shower and a clothes closet and storage cabinets was installed. There are 3 tanks in the Boler- fresh water, grey water and black water tank. All are monitored from the monitor panel. There is also an outside shower. The galley includes a stove with power range hood, stainless steel sink, hot and cold water, 3 way refrigerator
, and a built in microwave
. The fresh water tank, water heater and water pump are under the rear bed including good easily accessible storage. On the door side is a furnace
, AM/FM CD player, TV antenna with booster,and 12v/110v TV. There is a battery
, power converter with charger and pull out power cord. The windows
have all been replaced with radius corner ones with day/night shades and there is a window in the entrance door. There are twin LPG bottles with auto changeover regulator, crank-down levelling jacks on the rear and a spare tire and cover. The awning
is a custom automatic one with blue canvas material and an aluminum weather shield. A matching screen room also installs. This trailer has electric brakes
. Now that this project is finished, it is time to move on to another project so this one is for sale