SanFord was converted to an RV in the 70s and already has a RV title which saves me a lot of paperwork.
I'm still a little overwhelmed by the whole thing. There is an amazing amount of work to do here. My tentative plan of attack is going to be:
Roof. Strip, repair dents and rust and prime/seal. The roof currently leaks so this is on the top of the list.
Body. Strip, repair dents and rust and prime/seal.
Then paint the whole thing.
In between the above will be going through all the other systems and seeing what works and what doesn't.
Once the exterior is done, we will move inside.
The carpet on the roof and walls has to go. While I would love to do a wood ceiling, the compound curves, front and back, will make that extremely difficult. The roof will probably end up painted.
I'm pretty sure all the cabinetry will stay. It's in pretty good shape and looks decent.
The floor has to go. It's a big question mark at the moment, but it will be replaced.
Pictures for documentation.
I really like the garden hose plumbing. /sarcasm.
That's what we are starting with, any thoughts or ideas are welcome. I've built a lot of things in my time, but never a Skoolie.
More to come.