Overall the style of the paint looks great and is in good condition. We would have prefered a grey scheme as opposed to bronze. We will paint the trailer to match so she'll be a showstopper rolling down the highway. DW says we just cant roll a plain wrapper trailer behind this beauty.
Our inspector has been a friend of ours for years and has been an advisor from the jump. Warned us which brands to avoid, best hardware (warned us to stay away from anything that had slides from a company with a name similar to a bicycle manufacturer of old) and things to look for in the various systems. Really pleased about the slides being HWH hydraulic units.
Gas stove (anyone that loves to cook loves that) and a rather large LP tank considering the stove is the only thing using it. That is until I setup the outdoor kitchen. Yes it takes up basement but it means we don't have to break camp just to get LP if we stay in one spot for a while.
10K Onan and 3K pure sine. 10K hitch which is good since we will be towing a large trailer.
We wanted one with a residential fridge already in it. Mainly for capacity not issues with Norcold. We wanted stackable w/d rather than a combo and will remedy that soon, but not right away as we want to get out there.
We wanted a front galley/mid salon coach but frankly they are rare. But DW says if we change out the sofa and put an "L" unit in there, change out the desk to the one I have designed and move the TV so it's across from the sofa as opposed to 90 degrees to it she will be happy, and as all smart men know, happy wife happy life.
There are some other things we will need to do, some right away. But they are small. In the end we will make her our own. Good thing I'm handy with tools. You hold a screwdriver by the larger end right?
I will inquire about the rear side flaps, but I'm guessing spray control?
Might have to go back over there today and gawk at it again. Then pinch myself because it has taken so long to get to this point I'm not sure it's real.