Well, it's still a work in progress, but here's where I am with the water damage repairs on my 92 36' Landyacht project. Keep in mind that I only paid $2000 for her so I have lots to invest in before it becomes a money pit:
Damaged area around road side door
Damaged area around curb side door
Adding mounting points and wiring for TV
Ceiling area before adding supports
Adding 2x4 blocks using JB weld
Curb side mockup
TV bracket mounted
TV mount extended (note AC Power outlet and HDMI/RF cables)
Completed headliner assembly. Note the additional hardwood trim at each ceiling panel joints.
More ceiling joints trim out using real oak molding. Found that MinWax Golden Pecan is an exact match to the trim that AS installed.
Repaired and primed curbside wall ready for wallpaper. Window was removed and new butyl rubber seals installed while the window was out.
Master bedroom wall repaired with new luan paneling. Note the mocked up real oak crown molding and ceiling trim. Again, the rubber seals were replaced around window while the window was out.
The remainder of the roadside bedroom wall completed with fresh luan panel. Next it's time to prime and paper.
That's all for now. The next will be the replacement of the roadside wall between the driver's door and dinette set. In some cases the wall replacement was only the inner luan panel due to delaminating of the wallpaper from and first layer of luan. In other cases it required complete removal of all the wall layers including the insulation and outer luan layer. After all the wall layers were rebuilt, the outer walls felt as solid as any undamaged areas. I'm using Gorilla Glue as my adhesive of choice. It's waterproof and can fill gaps where needed. It's taken 1 1/2 of the 36fl oz bottles to complete the repairs so far. So far I've got about $750 worth of parts and materials into the repairs to date. That takes me to $2750 total investment so far. Those repairs include replacing all the roof top corner round rivets, Eternabond tape all the roof seams, rebuild the headliner, repair/rebuild curb side front wall, repair master bedroom road side wall, construct TV mount, rebuild headliner bolsters on both sides and repair the genset. Man am I tired... Need to get me a beer.