|The cot sits nicely at the streetside window.|
|There is lots of cupboard space overhead.|
|Original screens and furnace.|
|Dixie stove in nice condition. All the burner knobs say "front" on them so you may want to adjust this.|
|The back bedroom!|
|The opposite doors open with a fold out divider to allow for privacy in the bedroom.|
|There are areas where there was water damage but not enough to warrant complete removal of the wall.|
These areas were sanded and reshallaced. The camper is watertight and this should not be a problem in the future
with proper care.
|A curtain was hung above the fridge to make it look pleasing. This space can also|
be used for your microwave, toaster, etc.
|The wall under the window is one of the areas where the birch was replaced.|
|There is a little delamination on the ceiling that you can see in these photos. The ceiling was|
sprayed with shellac. This damage was not enough to warrant replacing the ceiling.
|New Aluminum Trim|
|Bathroom floor tile is a close match to original tiles. The travel trailer still needs a toilet installed.|
We are on the lookout for a toilet from the era, however it is being sold as is. If we find one it will be installed for you!
|The replacement sink was recovered with two part epoxy and installed. A wood form was built to offer support for the sink. The original soap dish and faucet are attached.|
|Shelf and walls in place.|
|Original toilet paper holder.|
|Original towel bar.|
|Newly coated shower flooring.|
|All bathroom aluminum/chrome has been removed and polished.|
|Original bath light removed, cleaned and reinstalled.|
|Door sanded, shellaced and reinstalled.|
|We have put in a dometic fridge thinking this would be temporary. It does work but we did not frame it in permanently as we were not sure if the new owners of old failthful would desire to find a fridge more suitable to their liking.|
|The old table and chairs are included if you wish to keep them. They are not perfect but sure do look cute!|
|The exterior will need a good cleaning and polishing to bring it to a mirror finish.|
The NY weather has not been cooperative and we have not been able to do so.
|We tarp all of our travel trailers in the winter. This travel trailer does not leak. We get a good portion of snow here and a tarp makes is easy to remove built up snow so the weight of it does not harm the camper.|
|You can see some areas where we began cleaning the aluminum.|