I am painting the interior of my 1961
Bambi. I noticed that the inside surfaces of the window cut-out, such as the window sill, were not originally painted. It was left bare aluminum.
Keep in mind, I'm not talking about the inside surface of the window frames themselves. I am referring to the aluminum around the cut-out that faces the opposite edges.
So here is our multiple choice question:
Why were the insides of the window cut-outs not painted in this trailer?
A) factory painters were lazy
B) saved on paint
C) there was a temperature/flex/condensation issue to consider
D) A and B
E) who knows why the heck they did this, or any weird abstract thing they did, don't even know if they knew what a measuring tape was when they assembled my trailer, nothing lines up right from floor up, what were they smoking?