Conversation Between riowerks and Caroyl
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  1. Caroyl
    04-29-2016 02:21 PM
    Hi Crista,

    Not sure I saw and answered this...memory isn't my forte ;-) We recently moved back to Georgia, but Gracie isn't even close to making the trip yet. It is getting rebuilt in SoCal and we hope to have it ready to pick up by mid-summer. I love real wood :-) We are going with hickory engineered wood flooring and walnut cabinets. I may be building the counter tops and table that drops between banquette seating to make a queen sized (extra long) bed. I have a great woodshop at home and some really nice maple, white oak, cherry and walnut that I can use to build these items for little or no cost. As slowly as Kenny is working on Gracie, I should have ample time to build them and bring along when we drive out with Big Red, our 2009 F-150.

    How is your reno going? Any progress pictures to share? :-)

  2. riowerks
    12-04-2015 09:44 AM
    Hi Caroyl,

    This is so funny. Last month we bought a 26' 1964 Overlander and it looked just like the picture you posted of yours, right down to the missing rear hatch. I wanted to put a piece of duct tape down the middle and call it a butt crack (poor girl).

    We are in the process of pulling out pretty much all of the interior so we can replace the rotted subfloor in the bathroom. We're going to rebuild the cabinets/furnishings using light weight construction and lots of wood.

    Would you be interested in sharing information on the quirks of refubishing a 1964 Overlander?


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