The sweet little 1977 Argosy Minuet went home today with her owners. This has been yet another project of great pride. Her owners left very happy and should have many years of fun to come with her. A great deal happened in a short period of time. I hope you enjoy these before and after shots.
The carpet and fabric end panels on the gaucho were worn well.
So I made new side panels with a laminate that was used for the table top and the fridge panel also. The yellow Marmolium warms up the area real nicely. When the cushions were installed by the client, I did not have the sense to snap a shot. I will have to take one at the next rally. Everything tied together really well.
The bathroom floor was sheet vinyl like in my first apartment.
Did I mention how the Marmolium makes the space glow?
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This was a real fun project to work on. Having an excited client really added to the momentum of the job. All the structure was checked and straightened out.
All the systems were gone over and made 100%.
She is ready for many years of camping to come.
I am very pleased with how it all came out.
And next up is Rosie.
Rosie is a 1973 23' Safari. Rosie has a fairly well documented past.
She will be a shell off floor replacement. There will be plenty of frame repairs for the welding lovers. We will see some excellent pattern making for all those interested in how to duplicate the rotten floor and assure that the curves are copied exactly. And to stir everyones dander, another axle swap.
This project should have a little for everyone to enjoy, unless Airstream restorations bore you. Hopefully if they do, you have stopped reading by now.