I had assumed that I would find a ratty trailer with that smell
when I got my first egg. I had assumed that I would be doing at least a floor upgrade, replacing non-functional appliances, and redoing the soft surfaces if we weren't in for a full gut and renovation
Turns out I bought a trailer with a beyond useable, very original interior.
Is there intrinsic value in the original interior of older fiberglass travel trailers? I think that the old wood interiors of the canned hams are desirable. Is this true of our trailers as well?
My own thoughts are driven by classic cars. I currently have a 1979 Plymouth Trailduster with a the original interior. Now that we've handled the fire hazards, I'm fully in preservation mode with it.