It's actually a peice of 3/4" Douglas fir plywood stained charcoal Gray. The stain turned out almost blue on the wood for some reason. Then some iron on edging and about 6 coats of varathane. Basically, it's what I had left over from doing the floor in the trailer.
So... It's been two whole years! I finished the interior of the trailer... We had a beautiful baby boy... And got to use the trailer once... Finally got the chance this year to tear the ceiling out of the trailer and fix the sagging roof issue that has bugged me. Just finished the roof last night and need to put the panelling back up. I also found a great way to remove those 40 year old decals!!
Chris, great job and very well done. I can.t wait to get started on my Beachcomber next summer as I am in the middle of rebuilding my 75 Trillium now. I was at the Fox Mountain campout 2 weeks ago bud sadly no Beachcombers. Jim
Looks absolutely amazing. You mentioned you painted it; is the paint a special product that goes over the gel coat or is it another layer of gel coat? I am trying to decide what to do with outside of mine and looking for ideas. I was thinking about just having the area where the stripes used to be repainted with the original orange color.