There are several amerigo owners on here that have already gone down that path, myself included so if you run into questions just ask.
While the renovation is a big job, once you're done you'll have the satisfaction of a clean solid camper with many years of great memories to give you.
Hopefully all of your windows & doors are in good shape, that is a big expense if you have to replace them. Best wishes with your project!
Bummer about the runaway window. When I was looking at replacements the "standard" sized rv sliders were all smaller or larger than the amerigo's window openings by a few inches in either direction.
Custom windows made to fit were in the $500-$600 + shipping range each.
That helped in my choice to reuse the old awning windows!
steve we were at our troutfishing park a couple tooled by with the old camper with the wings on it I forgot the brand. anyway I got the tour boy they had pride in their eyes they had painted it a mauve color.
it was outstanding had a few dents didn't matter to me
Hi Steve, congrats on your purchase, My husband and i bought our Amerigo this time last year and fixed it up last spring. We got it just enough done to get some camping last summer and we love ours! Others that have gutted and fixed up their Amerigo have posted pictures of the progress. I found the pictures and posts extremely helpful when we were working on ours. Good luck and as others said there are lots of people on here that have rebuilt their Amerigos so if you have questions ask away!
Steve my Amerigo came off CL Ridgeland S.C. The guy I got it from picked it up some where in Kentucky.He got cold feet after he got it home and took a good look at it.It will take a complete gut and rebuild.I am a jack of all trades and a master of one(electrican).I think I can.........