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Old 03-06-2017, 01:51 AM   #1
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Finished with interior rehab! 2001 HR Admiral

Hi everyone!

I finally finished the full rehab of my 2001 holiday rambler 34pbd admiral!

Whew! It was a ton of work, but I wanted to share. Might give a few of you ideas on saving some money and fixing up your rig! I was able to complete the full rehab for approx $2,500. The majority of my budget went to flooring, upholstery and curtain fabric and luxury bedding!

In the video, I borrowed a few "before" pics from a dealer with the same coach, (our carpet wasn't that nice, nor did we have the light guards on our windows) because I forgot to take "before" pics. The other pics were from the sale ad from the guy we actually bought the coach from. Sorry they are dark and blurry.

We did have water damage, in the hallway, bathroom, passenger seat floor and by the bedroom slide. So that was all repaired. And we have attempted to fix the leaking issues, which were the front passenger window (removed and resealed, and the slide mechanism in the bedroom). I believe we still have a leaking issue with the front windshield seal, so that will be replaced soon. (It's under cover in the meantime.

All-in-all, the rehab took me 4 months. I did all the work myself and my hubby helped with picking up heavy things! Lol (Removing countertops, toilets, etc) There isn't a single ugly, floral piece of fabric, exposed fake oak, paneling, or brass left in it! Except that ugly shower.. ugh, I'll figure something out for that soon!

The outside is still original, but I have a few plans for how to spruce it up for a few bucks! If anyone wants to see different pics, I'll try and see how to post them. The video is okay, but goes by fast!

Sorry video doesn't work... pics below.
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The video does not work?
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Sorry, I tried to fix it, says my file was too big. I'll just post some pics in the comments
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We'll be waiting to see them.
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Here are a few before and after oics
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Great looking job especially the flooring.
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Some more after pics

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Thanks... I do love how the floor came out, I was pretty nervous!
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That looks very clean and I love the white cabinets. Great Job!
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Nice!!! I have a 04 Admiral.
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WOW! Really looks nice, great job with the decorating. I can tell you put a lot of time and thought into this remodel. Enjoy your new RV.

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Very nice. I really like the contrast of darks & lights you used throughout. Really like the shiney check board on the back splash too.

I also like the white cabinets and considered doing this type of thing in ours too, but I just wasnt't to all that work on top of everything else I'm doing to prepare going FT.

Great job!
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