After much wailing, gnashing of teeth, optimism followed by sulking depression (and buyer's remorse), I have finally reassembled the bathroom in our '72 Overlander. I have not posted in a while as I've been pretty busy getting this 200 lb gorilla off my back.
After purchasing our all original (and pretty good condition) Overlander in late January, I discovered a rotten floor in the bath (big surprise, right?). This led to all of the fun I've had for the last 2 months. (See pictures
under member's photos-Pizzachop )
Attached are pics of the finished product above the previous nightmare.
We refinished the bathroom components with "Tough As Tile" brand 2-part epoxy for about $25. (This doesn't include the labor of cleaning/prepping the surface) While instructions say you can brush it on in two coats, I recommend spraying it in a dust free environment as you can apply it all at one time in several light coats (no 12 hr between coats) as well as avoid the inevitable "brush particles". We replaced all of the plastic trim molding with strips of linoleum to match the floor and painted all of the tambour doors white. We replaced the orig water heater with a lp/110v Atwood 10gl and the toilet with a Sealand Traveler light Low Profile. I will arrange and post the rest of the pics in the photo section in the next week or so.