Couple months ago we picked up a 1989 Monaco Crown Royale. Original AZ vehicle, lived out there till about 5 months ago, when it travelled from CA to MI, about an hour north of our house where I found it on FB marketplace. The price was great, had to buy it.
Mechanically very good, interior appeared very good condition, but we wanted to get away from the 1980s oak and carpet look. Long story short got into a full interior resto.
The goal is to have a very modern interior, and just a very clean shiny preserved original exterior.
Felt 1 soft spot infront of the fridge. Ripped out all the old tile and wood, discovered significant damage from a leaking toilet and possible defrosted old fridge. Norcold is 9 months old, and it does have 2 new Dometic rooftop ACs, 1.5 years old or so.
Everything stripped out, I cut and replaced 2 sections of 5/8 plywood subfloor. Used some marine penetrating epoxy to solidfy anything else overall it felt quite solid.
Also discovered a completely filled to the brim black tank from previous owners...yuck! replaced the sketchy black tank 3" poop pipe to a new one, flush to the floor. Filled the rank with septic tank digestive enzymes and will do dump it in a month or so. Its sealed off for now (except roof vent)
We are doing 12x24 marble look porcelain tile. Went with ditra uncoupling membrane. Ditra is down, and should start laying tile here in a day or 2.
Other plans are creamish white colored cabinets, finished to a mirror shine, light grey suede headliner, 3150 kelvin recessed LED puck lighting throughout. Mood and task lighting. FLip away twin beds for our kids, and adding 2 more captain chairs behind main ones for the baby seats to get anchored to.
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