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Fair (Three Stars) - May have some mechanical issues, May have faded paint or dents, Definitely looks used but is still a safe vehicle
Old Saybrook CT
1740 lbs
Titled, Registered, Plated in NY
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I'm selling my "project" 1940's era vintage RV. The shell is 18ft and you can add another 4 ft or so for the trailer. It was in miserable shape when I got it & had no idea what I was in for. So far I:
1. Replaced all of the flooring
2. Replaced 90% of the interior wood
3. Removed all the paint and fiberglass patches and completely resealed the skin so it is "leak free".
4. Replaced the axle and electric brakes
5. Replaced the wheels and tires
6. Replaced/repaired all trailer lighting and wiring
7. Replaced vintage exterior lights
8. Replaced all windows
9. Replaced and rebent the wood for the front and back domes (had to learn how to bend wood for this :()
10. Replaced the wood in the door and reskinned the door in Aluminum.
11. Replaced the wheel hubs.
12. Wire brushed the trailer frame and then repainted.
13. Added an access door to the rear of the RV where there previously was none.
14. Added in a MAXFan to the ceiling.

Included with the sale will be any and all remaining supplies (except nuts/bolts/screws). This includes any aluminum sheeting, wood, sealants, paint, primer, etc. that I purchased to use for the RV.

There are some minor flaws in my workmanship but I'm impressed in how it has turned out. I used stainless steel screws/bolts/nuts on the exterior and quality construction screws in the interior. I used sealed blind rivets where possible and domed where not. All rivets have been sealed on the inside of the RV to ensure there is no water leakage.
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