Eric, I have to say that you are a brave one to tackle a fixer-upper. Hubby and I have always done that with travel rigs and it usually involves replacing at least sections of flooring.
We are hip-deep right now refreshing a 96 Scamp
5er and I have to say, it is more than we bargained for.
My advice is it might make the most sense to strip everything out to see just what you have, rather than fixing one thing just to discover another must-do, kind of like the mushroom factor. Cabinets are not that hard to take out and replace, but working on a floor and installing laminates when cabinets are in place is just maddening. We are remodeling the rig to better suit just the 2 of us and a tiny dog, adding lots of storage for extended trips and strengthening some things that seem to make sense... fiberglass and welding included.
Once we are done I know we will love it but I have to really question whether the "bargain" purchase was the right thing to do, trusting that the seller disclosed everything that could possibly need attention ... imagine, if I'd forked over the $$ for a new rig I could be using it right now.