Wednesday, April 13, 2011


The inside is just as scary as the outside, but that's okay.  We will be gutting the entire thing!






Kimberly said...

I'm on pins and needles here. I love watching a good project like this. And I must say, it makes the condo I bought that needed a little work look like a cake job. LOL

Kolein said...

That little heap on wheels is going to look like a palace when you are finished!!!!!

Looking at these pictures this morning reminds me of the piles in my basement that desperately need my attention.........ugh

You're project is gonna be much prettier when it's all done!

Can't wait for the changes!

Patty@sewingseeds said...

I've always wanted to restore a vintage trailer. It looks like you really have your work cut out for you. I look forward to following your progress.

Seriously Though said...

Hello from a stranger in blogger land. This is very exciting to me! I hope you'll keep posting the transformation. We camped growing up in a similar type of camper and it was big fun. (Only ours was new and clean-like your's will be when you're done)

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

I think we bought our trailers on or about the same time... we re-doing ours too.
I have Trailer envy-- at least yours has some appliances...
Our was almost entirely gutted.
Love for you to come and see our my tin-can blog--
** I'm posting your blog on my side bar...

Mary said...

Just finished gutting my lil 61 Forester today. Boy it sure is roomy without all that stuff inside ... ha ha! I look forward to "sharing" the journey with you ... should be interesting! :)

glimpse of my world said...

We have redone 2 now... stop by and see me! Good luck on your labor of love!!

Sherol Vinhas said...

Eu e meu marido estamos procurando um pra comprar também, e quero poder reformar e não comprar um pronto, acho muito mais divertido.
Boa sorte.
Sherol Vinhas

Jayeed Baq said...

WOW! Really stunning. I fell vintage while see inside this trailer. Thanks for sharing this uncommon pic.
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