We're not trying to squelch your enthusiasm wworx just explain why there isn't such a "book" in existence...well, maybe there is
...it's titled AirForums, available for free online and it is a unique collaboration of 40,000+ authors!
Originally Posted by safari62
But don't settle for just one source of information....and try to stay true to the original idea of your 66' GT.
The more the better! That's why the Forums is GREAT! When we did our first one, it didn't exist...
Originally Posted by GetOutDoors
I thought about creating that kind of documentaion and writing a book. But then considered how few people would be potential buyers of such a book and decided my return on investment would be in the red.<snip>Having observed the number of 'gutted' Airstreams for sale over the years, it becomes clear that may people launch head-long into the process without realizing what they got themselves into....
Don't start the project if you have a restricted amount of money: even if you had a god-like ability to know every part you need to finish the project in advance, it is extremely unlikely one could forecast what those parts cost when you go to buy it.
Lastly, take the amount of time it should take to complete the project and double it. Take the amount of money you think it will take and double it to compensate for the parts you didn't realize you needed, then double that amount to compensate for errors and the worsening economy.
Whatever you can contribute along your journey will be great!