So after many years I finally got myself a composite RV. And did I get myself into a heap of, well, fun I guess I should say. Fun at least for us masochistic people who just can not find enough to do with the quite finite allotted time and money to spare each week. I spent way to much money on a gutted rolling shell, a shell mind you with impact damage, sidewall joint sag (the door will not close proper at all) and the one bit of wood in the thing (the floor) is rotted out. It has no parts to its name, I'm at this point surprised it even still has a door and roof ( it dose still have the windows
), did I mention that there is no title
? ......and yes, I just HAD to have it. You know how it is when you see something and you know in that very moment that u have to have it, that it is no one else s but yours? They say u can't choose who/what you fall
in love with. lucky me.
This thing is like the love child of a VW Westphalia bus and a Scamp
and I had to have it. some one needed to save it and bring it back to life. why not me?
So now what I really need to do is to find someone who has one in tact that will let me come see what all I am missing and how it is put together. My biggest concern is getting the lift top canvas and how to install it properly. I found some pics online on these trailers but not much. pretty much all I found comes from this web site. And a great site it is too. So, thanks for having me and I look forward to being part of the fiberglass RV community.