Figure I introduce our MH (Mulligan). And use this as a running blog on the restoration if it.
This is what it looked like at purchase. I like this unit do to the fact the way the front and rear caps are molded.
Can you say GREEN
Here it is in progress, OK torn apart
Pulled every window and used eternabond double stick to reseal. Was happy to see there was no leaks at any windows including the cab overs
Here is the money shots. These are pics of behind the panels between the cab and the living area of the MH. Bascically they show the under side of the cab over bunk and its clean and DRY!!
Modified dinette, When I test drove it. I was too busy paying attention to the way it ran and drove. Didn't pay any attention to my driving position. I'm 6'4" did not notice it was tight until about an 1/2hr into the ride home after purchase. So I came up with this so I can slide and recline the driver seat back a few inches.
I thinks its coming along pretty good for about two months work on weekends. DW has been in charge of all the window treatments and painting.
I also have changed the sending unit and fuel pump. Fresh fluids and filters in the rad, rear,trans and engine. Tune up, new front brakes repacked front bearings. Also eternabonded the roof.
If it ever stops raining her in NJ I'm going to to tackel the outside. Remove and repaint stripes. Recaulk every seam and opening, clean and redmax the exterior.
Thats it for now hopefully the exterior will be done in a few weeks.