The flooring clearly states "advantech
" on it, and looks nothing like particle board which is little more than compressed wood dust and glue.
Advantech flooring has a better moisture resistance than the the standard plywood in most airstream floors. It has a 50 year warranty on it for a reason. Look up Advantech and see the comments by the airforum member who has used it to build homes for years. After talking to him and several other AIRforum members who used it to restore their trailer floor, I decided to use it as well.
As Shane said, my wife has taken an active duty position in San Antonio, TX where she will relocate to in less than two weeks. I am going to school full time on my VA benefits from my post 9/11 mobilizations, and have no time to work on it. The reason why I am staying here in St. Louis is because the San Antonio area has only two schools that offer the degree I am pursuing, and both are not possible options at this time.
We hated to let the cloud go as it was a project that we had worked a great deal on, and the 13 panel endcaps were something we looked very hard to find. In my rare free time I have agreed to help Shane when I can so he isn't alone on this project (though with AIR who really is alone).
I'm glad it has a new home, and people that have the time to work on her.