Fiberglass RV - Jay Marlette's Album: Bodywork on the 1976 Scamp 13ft

Bodywork on the 1976 Scamp 13ft
Enjoying a day off to fill the several holes in my newly acquired trailer.
Laying out fiberglass. Ready to attach cabinets and the some of the endo-skeleton to the egg shell.
Overhead piece leading to the dinette.
I'm planning to add a roof to house more insulation, a solar panel and a bike rack for long cargo bikes (xtracycles).
Cutting in moons and stars for decor and to help natural light pass through.
Using story pulls to make the shape.
A hand pump for the sink.
Sofa platform and trying to frame walls in side an egg
Used a hot glue gun and door skin strips to make sofa template.
At this stage I replaced all the floors. I cut the old floor along paint lines that show the base of the dining benches.
Gypsy Roof for Scamp
Arch detail over entry
Applying new plywood sub floor. Will use resin to better attach to the shell.
Wire brushed and spray painted the frame
Painting framing that was below the old floors.
Guy helping me cut plywood.
New floors varnished and drying
CounterSink Concept: Super simple. A sink consisting of an oil change catcher under a counter top hole. An ornately painted counter top of course.
Front Sofa Bunk Concept: A concept drawing of the sofa/bunk front portion.
Plans on Front End Sofa to Bunk. Going to "Stud" in an endo-skeleton and then apply a coat of fiberglass resin. This will be the base to screw in...
Door put back on.
Re glazing the rear window.
Re glazing and weather stripping the original front and rear windows.
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