Post by TheShastaProject on Jul 21, 2013 5:10:11 GMT -8
Although they scare the begebbers out of me, I love the photos. As a graduations present, I have acquired a 1967 Shasta Super 19 who we have christened Silvia. She is in good shape but will need a full redo eventually. Right now, I'm in the process of deciding whether to live with a few things and use her as is until the kids are out of the house or start tacking one project at a time. From your photos, it all looks so interconnected, that the one thing at a time may not be a possibility!
The VIN should be on the right side of the tounge behind the reciever. It would be stamped into the metal. I don't know if the VIN would be under the sink or not, as I have rebuilt the kitchen and never saw any numbers. You may have to get an assigned number, which means a visit to the local DMV. Not fun, but worth the wait!
Post by aloopdloop on Sept 11, 2013 18:26:24 GMT -8
Thanks for all the good replies! Life has gotten in the way lately, but I am getting to where the project is proceeding and more pics are on the way. Without this post and info I have gotten here, the project would be far behind it's present incarnation. Thanks to all!!
Very nice work. WIth canned hams, if you shellac the ceiling first and then install it, the shellac kinda checks where it bends around the curves. We've tried it. But with the toasters there is no curve to worry about.
Great work. Looking good.
God grant me the strength to restore the trailers I can, The courage to strip the parts off the ones I can't, And the wisdom to know the difference...