Gilda’s equipped with engineered hardwood floors, a dinette adorned with custom cushions and a handmade butcher block table top, that converts to a large bed. Corian countertops throughout the kitchen, a propane stove and fridge that have been lightly used, a custom designed pantry for additional storage and great upper cabinet space.
There is a full size bed with large drawers and cubbies below, space for a mounted television, a great size dresser and small closet. The custom bathroom has all tile floors and partially tiled walls, a Grohe rain shower system, a custom vanity below the sink, and a composting toilet. This vintage trailer has been professionally polished but shows some signs of age in a few dents and scratches on the exterior.
If you followed along in our build, you ll know that we brought Gilda down to the frame, repaired any frame damage, removed all rust from the frame, and sealed the frame to prevent future rust. New insulation was installed, all new interior skins were fabricated, all new wiring, propane and plumbing was run. Gilda has all new water tanks and new propane tanks, as well as two new catalytic heaters and an on demand hot water heater that works great! She tows great and is as beautiful as in the pictures.
She s been built and designed to be used while not plugged in, but will work just as great plugged in. We’d love for her to go to a good home. Serious inquiries only please
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