After the initial flurry around the trailer between finding it, identifying it, buying it, and bringing it home, things have calmed down and I'm finally getting a chance to write more after a several-day sabatical.
Jay went down to the trailer this afternoon to take some more pictures; off course mine are more cosmetic/surface, and his are the nitty-gritty workings of the trailer for the most part.
So here are a few more pics, some of which will help us out in restoring her to her original glory!
Here is the water heater in the closet across from the twin bed:
The #2 fresh water tank under curbside twin (#1 is under the front gaucho); I don't think we'll be getting any bins in those doors:
Under the bathroom sink:
And a closeup of the bathroom sink itself:
This is inside the wardrobe closet; Jay found where the AS plant must have written exactly which trailer this was meant to go in-SN 8435;
Here's original floor tile found under the gaucho; we'd like to try to match it when we restore:
Here's the gaucho pulled out; the little legs simply fold up underneath when you push it back into "sofa" position. Since the back cushions are wedge-shaped, we're not sure how they made a bed out of this:
Within several of the cupboard/closet areas, you can see the original Zolatone (we think) on the walls:
And finally, 2 different outlet and light covers found throughout the trailer - #1: