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Old 03-17-2005, 12:54 PM   #29
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Your trailer looks amazing. Have you considered using it for your business? It looks like a great display of workmanship. Then you could use it as a tax deduction (geuss my mind is there these days...)!!!

A couple of questions--is that table one of the ones that slides down to support a bed? If not, where is the sleeping area? Also, what are you planning with the bath?

Another treatment to consider is linoleum. Since you have all that really nice wood, you may not want a laminate wood on the floor. The linoleum comes in lots of rich colors--and can be matched to your soft furnishings color scheme. See Shari's website for a look at a sheet goods floor. We ended up getting tile, buying it from Ifloors.com in contractors packs was the cheapest.

Keep us up on what you do!

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Old 03-17-2005, 02:07 PM   #30
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Your trailer looks amazing. Have you considered using it for your business? It looks like a great display of workmanship. Then you could use it as a tax deduction (geuss my mind is there these days...)!!!

A couple of questions--is that table one of the ones that slides down to support a bed? If not, where is the sleeping area? Also, what are you planning with the bath?

Another treatment to consider is linoleum. Since you have all that really nice wood, you may not want a laminate wood on the floor. The linoleum comes in lots of rich colors--and can be matched to your soft furnishings color scheme. See Shari's website for a look at a sheet goods floor. We ended up getting tile, buying it from Ifloors.com in contractors packs was the cheapest.

Keep us up on what you do!

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Hi Mary thanks for looking. No need to use it for business as im a drywall contractor and already have an office and a warehouse. As for the tax deduction my deal is to claim as little as possible for deductions. One time many years ago I was audited and it was not good. In fact they cleaned out all my bank accounts. But 10 years has passed since then.
The lightest laminate floor I could find is in my garage already. so im going for it.
Yes the table drops down into a bed. I made another bed in the rear (I will post some pics of that also) As for the bathroom. Thats a sore spot with me as ive pretty much kept the door closed until recently. Its pretty ugly but im sure I will start on it real soon. anyways thanks for your words of encouragement. and im so grateful that soon my AS will be at the beach where it belongs with me fishing,napping, and eating.. Alot of each I hope
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Old 03-17-2005, 05:06 PM   #31
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Looks incredible. Amazing job in such a short period of time. Dying to find out if my sink is stainless now.


Any chance you kept the goucho extensions and are willing to part with them?

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Old 03-17-2005, 06:59 PM   #32
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Looks incredible. Amazing job in such a short period of time. Dying to find out if my sink is stainless now.


Any chance you kept the goucho extensions and are willing to part with them?

you missed them by one hour. I just gave them away. Wish I had more for you.
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Old 03-17-2005, 11:46 PM   #33
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Old 03-18-2005, 06:23 AM   #34
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Me too! No problem, I just thought I would ask. Looking forward to more pictures as things progress! Looking great!


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you missed them by one hour. I just gave them away. Wish I had more for you.
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another picture

here are some more pics. the bathroom doors and rear wall look terrible in the photo but doesnt look like that in person. I think its the flash... the exterior pic is another huge can of worms I opened. that will be for another thread in another area of the website...
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Nice looking! You'll really love it when you get curtains and upholstery in.

As for the outside...all I can say is that you just got yourself a new hobby...I suppose you didn't know what to do with all your free time when you didn't have to work on the interior walls! LOL!

It will end up being the snazziest thing on the fish pier!

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I wanted to post some pictures of my progress. Been working on it alone for some time now. (Little bit everyday, alot on the weekends. I got my cooktop and sink back from the polisher today. the sink is so shiny I told my wife not to touch it. She said no problem you do the dishes hehehehe. The cooktop cleaned up pretty well. Had the grills (whatever you call them) ceramic coated. He assured me it would take the heat of the burners. Anyways I still have a few peices of trim to install but im ready to start my flooring this weekend. Just waiting on drapes and all the cusions to be made.
Also wanted to thank all the people who have been talking with me on here and who have been so helpful.
HOLY COW is that shiny! I needed my sunglasses to look at the pictures! What a wonderful job, Ed!
Have you posted any other pictures of your work? It has got to be AMAZING!
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