Suggest you read up one or more of the hundreds of restoration stories people have posted here. And look at other brands. Most of the restoration will not be unique to the Beachcomber
. Some will, but a lot can be learned by reading up on others. If I recall, the Beachcomber
has a wood interior. So following a restoration of an Amerigo
, or a Bigfoot
, or a Surfside
will have learnings you could apply. And work on the outside of the trailer, that will have much in common with any brand.
I went from a total novice to at least somewhat knowledgeable by this method.
Agree, sure looks like you found a nice one!
Lots of good stuff out there.