It had a fire in and around the microwave, but everything was intact and complete otherwise. THe guy at the impound yard was super nice and even helped me carry the washer/dryer combo unit a good ways over and around a bunch of junk. And gave me a bottle of cold water!
Most of the appliances and stuff look like they were used very little.
Almost Everything I have done was salvaged.
My wife insisted on new covers for the cushions and new seatbelts.
My kitchen sink came from the local land fill and my wife just happened to be there when the man was throwing it away(free) ended up being a 1000$ sink with a 300$ faucet.
Installed and working On the bus for years and had to rebuild my kitchen in the house and now the junk sink is in the house and vice/versa?
A few rubber rings solved the faucet/sprayer/soap dispenser problem? About 3$ to fix a 1000$ find?
I guess repurpose is a new word?
All of my tanks,monitring system came from a Winnebago in the woods and the owner was ready for it to get gone.
Perfect condition Make sure you mark the wires 12345688 or anything to match up later.
There is nothing wrong with RV salvage.
If you know what you are looking for
Most can be fixed? Depends on you and your money
I have no money after my family needs so I salvage and our bus has full amenities.
I don't frequent those areas
I do commercial construction and I have no problem dumpster diving .