Fiberglass RV - Matt.Wilson's Album: Our '76 Trillium 1300

Our '76 Trillium 1300
Speakers installed
Radio unit installed on the side of the counter
Speakers installed
Completed all the window shades.
Screened in baby bunk. Keeps our infant secure.
Natchez Moss PPU9-5 colour match paint. As close as they could get at Home Depot. Good enough for what I need to do!
Added an additional cubby in the corner. Wood construction with colour match paint. Close enough for me.
Framed all the windows with white trim after reinstalling.
Intimidating to do your first window removal, but actually very straightforward and simple. Gives confidence to do the next one.
Front bunk complete. Added brackets/hardware to hold the ladder, support posts, and guide rail in place while it's down.
New window frames - used Baltic birch plywood, sealed it, installed t-nuts (for better clamping force and future service considerations), and secured...
Bike rack on back.
Pulling out the rear window frame.
Removed the rear window to replace the frame.
Making a bunk with stairs that is all collapsible.
Repairing some larger cracks above the door.
A leaky surprise. Rear window frame was wet and rotten. I was able to pull the wood out without removing a single screw. Yikes.
Return trip home.
First hookup after purchase.
New LED strip above door - a bit harsh, will need a diffuser cover.
Updated lighting above table. Added two more puck lights to bring the total to 5. Much brighter and warmer. Also, the window shades are backed with...
Added another switch for the new exterior light, as well as a 12v power point.
Upgraded to a table leg. Cleaned and repainted.
Bunk bed support with two piano hinges.
Sometimes they allow two units in a site. Fun times camping with my wife's family.
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