Thanks Dan! We decided that working our *sses off during 2 of the crappiest months in NW PA would be nothing compared to the enjoyment of using it during PA's best months. That is what we keep telling ourselfs
. For now we are leaving the diamond plating as is. Nature should dull it a bit, if it is blinding the neighbors at the campground(or starting fires with it's reflections), we will paint it white.
We decided to stay and use our one last day at the garage mounting the spare tire carrier, installing the back-up camera, and patching a pinhole leak in the water holding tank.
The roof rebuild was built from the top down instead of the normal ceiling panel up approach. Either way is labor & time intensive, just taking the same steps in different order really.
We still have plenty of work to do but will be doing it at a much more relaxing pace...after today
My buddy Brad and I pulling out for a short test trip around block.
The completed front end with hood latches and flag pole holder.