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Old 07-13-2006, 04:32 AM   #43
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Feeling better now!

After seeing some of these I feel better about my 22' Safari that caught a deer on front left corner. I had to take out interior "wall", pound out best I could, rivet bottom seam and caulk things. There is no question that I have a few dents now, but the inside is back to "normal" and everything works fine yet.

My trailer now has "mojo" and I figure I can forego the polishing torture now!


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Old 07-13-2006, 08:53 AM   #44
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I think the key is "functional" to those who use her.

Trying to keep this in mind makes a few of the pills (spills) we take easier to swallow

Not that the poor Ella was our doing -we just found her at the Auto Wrecker. But would not wish that on anyone - must be absolutely terrifying to have an accident with your trailer.

This thread coming back up reminded me that I had not posted the finished front.

Keep in mind it was and still is a mess and just wanted to seal it up and get some air for the summer.

The Brother is not has handy as Peter is but Peter was too busy to help and the bugs were coming fast so Dave went ahead and did the best he could.

She ain't pretty but it does the trick for a fancy kitchen and bathroom. Just need to rig up a solar hose for the warm showers - with our weather up here the cold water is really cold!
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