What a nice project now to do for you!!!! The 310 looks not that bad...! The floorplan is great, pleaaaaaase do not throw away the little swiwel chairs and the foldable table!!!!
I totally agree, even if the London Aire looks great, it is NO AIRSTREAM
As you know, i am busy since month to restore our "baby", i also found "tons of crap", once i torned out the interior.
It appears to me, in the mid 80ties, the Guys from Airstream had a competition:
"Who dies the worst job today?" Probably the team, who assembled our 345 WON this match...!
Loose screws, missing rivets, badly cutten wood, tons of terribly installed caulking, the liist is endless. Everything vovered with thick carpet, to "hide" the clumsy work.
I have re-builded every (!) piece of furniture, insulated the floor, the wheelhousings and the drivers cabin. Then installed a warm toned laminated wood floor and i will keep the original colour (rose!!!) for the carpet in bedroom and cabin. It took me a while to get this carpet, it is about 1" thick, named "antique rose". It was strange to see it in the shop, but now installed, everybody is exited about.
It looks soooo retro-chique!
A few little things are still to do, i enjoyed every minute i wirked in our "Bangles"!!!
Our next project is there also:
We purchased just an 1975 Ambassador 29, a "survivor", never restored, never "updated", close to "0" dings in the shell.
We will ship it soon to Germany
Will try to add some pictures!!!!!
Best Regard from Grefrath-Germany