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Old 10-29-2010, 04:03 PM   #1
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Sleeping beauty can't sleep !!

It's amazing what progress one can make in just a few hrs. Removed all cabinetry and some panels today. Also took on the old insulation which was not too bad, dust mask helped! No real surprises. Carefully stored all the cabinetry just in case. The old two pronged plugs are neat! Patience, it's all about patience!
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I was at Misty River Resort in Tenn. When I seen this trailer I thought of you. So I had to take this picture so you might see that there will be an end.

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Here's 2 interior shots from a TT at the RVMH HoF in Elkhart, IN. I can easily see your Sleeping Beauty looking like this:

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Good hearing from you again and to hear that the princess is getting a good makeover. It's obvious she's in caring hands.
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That's a neat old classic shasta. I have a bank of cabinets that I added into my camper that have that neat birch color scheme . Made2care, those old outlets can actually still be found in a more modern build, I have a number of those old classic ones from back then in the days before self-grounding appliances.
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