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Old 09-20-2016, 09:28 PM   #1
1960 22' Flying Cloud
Sunlakes , Arizona
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1960 Flying Cloud Shell of Restoration

Started a Full Shell of Restoration of or newly purchased 1960 22' Flying Cloud
Turned out to be a little more than anticipated, Inner skins and front and back shells off. Trying to get all the years of paint off has been a real challange. Shell is off, trailer sandblasted and painted, new marine wood floor, and shell back on. Going to get started on a total rewire, looking for advice. should I keep the breaker panel it the same location which now is just forward of the shower in a small closet?

Any advice would be helpful including new panel size
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