1974(?) Hunter I - Fiberglass RV


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Old 07-26-2020, 11:00 AM   #1
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1974(?) Hunter I

Hey all, Iím Katie! I just picked up a 1974/75 (not certain on year) Hunter I camper that Iím converting into a ďglamperĒ to be parked in the woods on my property. This is a brand new journey for me and Iím seriously winging it! So far, Iíve gutted it and now Iím trying to figure out how to insulate it and add a shelf. Also, when I removed the flooring, I discovered thereís no floor under it, itís just open! Having some fun and enjoying the discoveries but I could use some help! Lol
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Congratulations, looks pretty sound--what's left of it.
Strange it had no floor. The floor is supposed to be plywood.
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Just realize partition walls were structural. You will need to put something back to support roof.
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Congratulations, looks pretty sound--what's left of it.
Strange it had no floor. The floor is supposed to be plywood.
It did have plywood flooring but it had gotten wet & rotted. We’ve replaced the floor now.
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Just realize partition walls were structural. You will need to put something back to support roof.
Thank you.. I got it that way and it’s pretty clear that the roof needs the support. It’s coming along though.
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