First, they cleaned the skin with a wire wheel. Good luck smoothing that out.
Second, this door looks like it came off a shed. And there is a 3/4" opening/rain catcher at the top.
I assume the door frame had a lot of rot?
That's the biggest skylight I've ever seen in a Shasta. Dealing with water damage around the vent?
Are those 2/4s? Interesting wing shaped cover up panels on each side.
I can't say anything negative about the kitchen cabinet because it isn't there.
"The trailer has been enjoyed as both an easily travel-ready camper and a stationary, additional bedroom"
Now it's clearly a stationary extra bedroom.
They did a lot of work and put in a lot of time which I can appreciate. But they did almost everything wrong. The lessons here, do a lot of homework before starting your restoration and anything showing signs of rot/decay needs repaired not covered.
I guess another lesson is that every camper is worth buying at the right price. This is not the right price.
Last Edit: Sept 18, 2020 5:27:29 GMT -8 by nccamper
Thank you for the pictures and critique, NC! Egads, I didn't notice the "enlarged" hole in the roof. Unique way to cover up water damage. It's hard to say anything nice. I'm thinking they'll be lucky to get 2500 out of it. Poor thing has been gutted and fixed the wrong way by Tuesday...