I have purchased a gutted 1976 Argosy 26 or 28' and I am not sure how to determine the actual length. I am a songwriter and a recording artist. I plan on using the Argosy as a recording Studio because our house is tiny. I would like to find information on soundproofing, attaching partitions, insulation, what fasteners to use, and whether I could strip the exterior paint. Any leads would be appreciated.
Roman-In the same boat. Taking on our grand child soon, losing the bedroom which has been my recording cave, among other things. Just cam into a 76 28' as well. Must begin the take out part of getting it to function. Will be interested to see what your approach is too! All my best, good luck!
I am a little further along than you, converting a '58 26 foot Overlander to a recording studio. But ours will be installed inside a new building so it does not need to end up roadworthy. See my thread: