I don't know if I would do it again. I almost feel ashamed of my self when I look at the pics of the remodels in progress on this site. Complete stripping of the interior is to much for me. I guess I have become lazy in my retirement. I would rather be fishing or camping.
I just finished installing a new propane
piping system today. I used black iron pipe and installed 4 gas outlets for a gas instant water heater, the stove, new refrigerator
and a catalytic heater like Gina has.
I have spent one whole day just cleaning the inside wall covering and I am not half done.
Tomorrow I am going to run wiring for lights
in the overhead cabinets in the front and rear. I will run the wires in the seams of the elephant hide wall covering and then cover them with the seam tape.
I have noticed one thing with the wall covering. It comes out on the floor about 2 inches in my trailer. The only mold I had was on the floor near the wall where the water did not have a chance to dry out as the backing acted as a sponge. I have cut all of the excess covering back to allow any water to evaporate.
Once I finish the inside I have to go back and finish removing the residue from the large decals compliments of the Navy.
After the the outside is finished all that is left is a complete rerivet, new axel and a paint
I do not think I will do it again as this is going to be my last camper. Of course that's what I told myself when I traded for the Burro