Thanks for the nice comments on my soon to be new interior.
Yesterday I went and "inspected" a 1974 Overlander for a future fellow Airstreamer. I was surprised to see how different the interior was in just those two years. It had the same simulated wood and yellow countertops that mine had. This trailer was in really nice condition, and it had a really cozy feel to it with those 70's colors. It was a trailer that you could buy and get right to business with!
I spent a good hour and a half going over it, and gave the prospective buyer a thumbs up. I believe he is flying down this weekend from NH to consumate the deal.
The second I got home, I headed out to my trailer to "feel" the difference. I have to say, the white cabinetry and slightly modified living room layout really made it feel more spacious. Technically, there is probably less floor space, but the perception was more roomy.
If I had a totally gutted AS (like Nellie said), I might design it a bit different using light woods and such. Still modern. Next project!