I'm Rick. In tacoma wa.
SO I bought this slide in for cheap
(I have to imagine this sounds familiar)
Sunrader made by gardner pacific sometime in 1975
Truck isn't mine.
The interior is....humble.
I started blowing it apart.
So far, I've found a lot of wood rot, a little bit of inner fiberglass rot where the wood and fiberglass are laminated together.
And a bunch of questionable previous work.
I got it off the truck and on the long bed trailer where it'll live most of it's life. THAT was interesting.
and stuff are good. the roof vents are good, but I may replace the small one that's very flimsy.
The equipped cooler thingie is likely going away. I have an edgestar fridge
I can put in.
The original stove/oven/heater may make the cut. Not sure yet.
the bottom bucket/floor dealy needs a bunch of new and better wood.
It looks like this one was designed to be supported by the rails of the upper portion, not the bottom bucket, but I really have no way of saying for sure.
I'm not real certain of how the window gaskets should go back in (with or without sealant) but They're easy enough to pull back out.
Getting the main shell sound is job one. So that's where I'm concentrating first.
Oh and the fabric kickout on the right side is a mystery. I'm thinking it's mainly there to allow the board for the bead to be used as an auxiliary, but I'm totally guessing about that.