I am about finished ... finally
I have been watching and learning about how everyone remodels their airstream. After years of letting my 1976 land yacht sit around, I got the urge to get her done! Stripping the interior aluminum didn't go to well, so we took it out, along with EVERYTHING else. Since last August we put in new aluminum, a composting toilet, built new cabinets, put in a new fridge, (propane), a new water heater, a new range top, (no Oven), two solar panels, along with 2- 6 volt deep cycle batteries, and LED lights. We took out the A/C and installed a one room portable unit that we bought at ALCO. The A/C works well. It was under $250. I left a place for it in the cabinet and vented thru the floor. We had a rear bathroom, took it ALL out. The rear corner has the can, while the the master bed is alongside from front to back. I bought a Serta mattress on sale @ Menards for the bed. I was able to cut mattress to fit the radius of the camper. It turned out really well. The Airstream is a 26 footer.... I was looking for a good couch for the front end, but built benches and a table. We will sew cushions for the benches. The table will come down for a bed for the kids. Outside I have buffed two times over the last 8 years. DO NOT RINSE OFF YOUR CAMPER WITH HARD WATER.... It really sucks to have to buff out those stains. I do have a few parts available. I will get some pics up in the next couple of days...