Congratulations on a GOOD FIND!!!!!!!! Bill here
I found a '78 Trillium
that had been used as a "hunters shelter" up in the mountains for a number of years. It was a mess! Your project is going to be
quite a challenge but little by little you can do it.
Before you go much farther be certain you will be able to provide the necessary documents to prove the former owner signed the trailer over to YOU. If you do not have any paperwork to prove transfer to you, you do have the license
plate number(and the plate) to help establish the former owners.
When you empty the papers out of the trailer look carefully to be sure you don't throw any of the OWNERSHIP/Registration documents out. When someone converts a travel trailer to a trash storage shed, quite often they leave the important stuff iaying on the bottom of the pile
DO NOT throw anything away that relates to the trailer even if it looks like junk.
I have been working on one from BC for almost a year; but I will give them
credit they are doing a great job checking for stolen cars.
The window should go back easily. Wash it and wrap it up until you are ready. Save the rubber molding as a sample. Duct tape a tarp over the hole or what ever works for you. SEE!! We KNEW you would get the hang of this "stuff"
Check back in often. Bed time for me