Hi Burl King,
I am glad to find another 3800 in the same region.
I have seen tons of flat nose bluebirds and the 3800's Ive seen have always been from the southern half of the country.
You knocked that floor work out of the park.
The floor panels on my bus are huge. As wide as the bus and they appear to be 3 to 4 feet long sections. So we differ in that way but, I am follow your example and patch them up.
I had to ask because, I wanted to remove the lower interior wall section / chair rail but was told by several it was structural and to leave it.
So, I was worried if I popped a floor panel out it would end up being structural and my bus would fold in half. You did a very good job with your floor replacement and it will save me a lot of time and research.
I am assuming you are located in the cities or Iron range.
This evening I pulled 90% of the wiring from the control panel to the front and rear of the compartment. It was easy, the most time was removing the dead wires one at a time since, they were twisted together.
Another quick question;
Should, I focus on the floor and rust removal first or lift the roof?
D.L. Jones III