Mike Watters: whoever gets it will need to make templates for the inner paneling, which seems to be entirely gone. They can get their choice of products and finishes for them...including hardboard and wallpaper. We chose a 1/4" ply sanded on one side, and pickled it (used white stain and wiped back).
Looks like all the cupboards are still in? Didn't touch the ceiling?
Back bed looks odd...going for full-time dedicated bed with the futon mattress, I take it? We went with two "smaller than" twins, one on the side and one in the back end, and made dedicated seats next to the back bed, by kitchen and storage closet. JUST enough room for all we needed. We use a portable, folding table in Peanut, and hang it in the front "putin" niche.
Is that a toilet I see in there? Interesting.
If only we were 30 years younger!
As it is, our 1973 Amerigo
FG-16 named Peanut more than fulfilled our desire to rebuild a trailer, a fiberglass trailer, and an Amerigo
from gutted to finished.
BEST on your sale!