Originally Posted by francene
Your trailer looks pretty good on the outside. The inside looks very similar to mine when I got it, but yours looks in better shape. My interior fabric was moldy due to rain coming into the trailer via the old bathroom vent.
I don't know if you've seen my trailer rehab posts, so here's a link below.
Good luck and enjoy the progress. I like your idea of an outside receptacle!
'74 Compact II restoration started
Wow!! you really brought that camper back to life...it will last another lifetime now...I love these little campers and see me hanging on to this one a long while...
To those that did not follow my introduction post this was the camper when I purchased it....It was owned by an older lady that used it twice in the 16 years she owned it...her husband passed and she was selling her home to move to a cabin on a lake and needed to sell the Hunter as well...
I brought it home and immediately pulled the A/C from the window and plan to install one under couch area opposite fresh water tank..I pulled the entire front window and cleaned it up
Installed new wheels and repacked bearings
Installed/Fabricated new door lock and knob
And immediately pulled it over 2000 miles through five states
Now I'm addressing the items we found that needed changed to make it more camp friendly to us