Well all, I have continued toward the completion of the Safari. Other than some trim work, caulking seams (interior), and the painting of the tongue and bumpers, I'm about done. I've posted some newer photos of the interior work (keeping in mind I do have some trim left to run). The newer photos are posted on the Shutterfly page (www.jacksairstreamphotos.shutterfly.com
) This photo site is not well organized and I may put up a site dedicated to the complete restoration. If I do I will let you all know where to look. I did not use the Route 66 wallpaper as planned early in these posts. But, due to this Safari's Route 66 heritage, I did use Route 66 tapestry fabric on the goucho. All the systems have been successfully tested and she's ready to travel.
Thanks to all of you offering advice, input based on experiences, and comments. I will see some of you on the road/parks this summer.
We're now focusing on my daughter and son-in-law's 1962
Airstream Tradewind. It's under way and looking good. By the way, our first grandchild is due in late May! Lot of good things happening.
Endless endeavors, right?