This is our Shiny Potato. We love her, but unfortunately she is more work than I can commit to on my own. She is a project.
The plan was to keep her as close to original as possible. The Carpet has been removed and subfloor replaced at the front. Some welds have been reinforced. We have the original flip-out table and all tanks it came with. The rear is all the same other than flooring removal.
•Title in hand
•Keys for all compartments
•Electrical system is functional!
•Body in excellent original shape
•All windows intact, no cracks or breaks
•We towed her 600 miles as is
•All tanks included
•original propane canisters
•Waterproofing must be done (window seals and new exterior lights should do the trick).
•Shell-off restoration would be the only solution to get her to perfection, but I believe the frame has years left as is.
•The flooring folks I paid to install the subfloor did not do it correctly.
•I cannot speak to plumbing but all tanks are present.
•Belly pan will need some new sections
•Awnings present, but we were advised not to open them unless we were prepared to replace them
•Will likely need new axels at some point
•I have no idea whether the appliances work because we never hooked it up
•This is a project but she could be beautiful!
Unfortunately I was overly ambitious, and I am just not handy. We got her this past December. I don’t want to do her any injustices, I’d love to see her go to a good home. She has good bones and good vibes.