Originally Posted by Hit_the_Rhod
Heck, any RV is a challenge, and you've got the right tools and the right attitude for it! Just think of it as a stepping stone to bigger and better! What ja going to be towing it with? And any pics? Always good to take pics before and after, makes you feel like you are getting somewhere when the "list" gets longer and longer!
Welcome to the forum
Going to be towing it with an '03 Honda Element. I have just enough towing capacity to pull this little lady. I drove her two hours back home with no problem. You definitely know you're pulling something but it doesn't drag.
I've got some pictures I've posted on the vintage forum asking for help with the ID.
I'm really looking forward to removing all of the "homemade" heavy furniture that's in it along with the paneling this weekend. She's been altered to suit a hunter that wasn't pulling her anywhere so she's a little heavier than she will be when I'm finished. She also has some definite water damage in the corners so I know I'll have to go in and fix all of that.
I'm a good hand at woodwork and electrical so I'm thinking that part shouldn't be too bad (although it will be time intensive and undoubtedly expensive) The thing I'm not looking forward to is replumbing the bathroom that was ripped out by the hunters to make room for hanging camo and racking guns.
Overall she's pretty solid for something I paid way too little for. I've already had hunters off me double what I paid so if I get out there this weekend and find her unworkable underneath the paneling I can put her back together and sell her off. I've been looking for a project though and this has piqued my interest. I like having something to work on.