Thanks for the comments guys.
@bddadles - No worries.
I've bought over a dozen salvage campers though the years. Some for personal use, some to flip. In fact, I've held a dealers license since '85 and have rebuilt hundreds of cars, trucks, motorcycles, etc.
My dad owned an auto salvage, my brother and I both worked there from the time we were walking. Now I own a body shop and an auto parts store. Never owned a vehicle that wasn't a wrecked I fixed and painted.
For anyone who has a couple house builds under their belt, this project is a piece of cake. I see it as no more than remodeling an 8 x 10 bathroom.
And yes, I did get a good deal on it, less than 10Ę on the dollar.
@dadnjesse - Thanks. It must have spent very little time at the salvage pool. I'm finding almost no water damage. But I'm not leaving anything to chance. Any suspect is being ripped out.
@tuffr2 - Part it out?!?!?! My wife and daughter would kill me!
Your right, these RV's are built out of the crappiest materials by unskilled labor. My repair will be the strongest part of the rig.
@lexar - Thanks. Really the demolition is the worse part. Once I'm into the clean wood and stuff it will actually start to get fun.