Originally Posted by frv91745
Could you list the major work that it needs, to be usable again? Looks to me like:
+ make cushions
+ make table
+ make drawers
+ put stove back, connect to tank outside
It's all mine now
but I had to leave it in Oregon as I don't yet have a hitch installed on my car to pull it with. Great excuse to go back and enjoy the Oregon coast for a few extra days in a few weeks.
All the existing interior stuff will go to the dumpster except maybe the sink. Then in goes insulation and new cabinets as well as wiring, heater, floor covering, water tanks etc. Of course also I will sew up new material for the pop-top. It will also have an enclosed toilet area. In the bunk area on one side will be configured so it can be used low as the bed or raised up higher to create a desk with knee space. Some minor work needed for the exterior but over all it is in good shape on the outside. Fortunately I do have all the skills for the renovation project and even some of the materials. I will document the rebuild of the interior for the forum later on.
On my way back to Seattle I had stopped in at the Costco in Astoria, Oregon and they have 20 lb propane
tanks for $25.00 and some change. So since there is no sales tax in Oregon one of those came home with me
Enjoyed doing business with you Joe, you made things easy for me, thanks again.