Not exactly what I had in mind for my 500th, but there ya go. Too many at or near century mark temps have finally brought down a section of headliner. Trimmed out the vinyl to the edge of the cabinets until I have time to remove them to get the rest. As far as what I found underneath, well, nothing too surprising. 98% of the foam removed pretty quick by hand, leaving just the dried adhesive which hadn't been sprayed on too thick, thankfully. Metal is about what I expected too - hole here and there where a rib was missed while riveting the skin on, minor scratches, permanent felt tip marker lines, etc. Did find a couple of popped rivet heads, in places where I've seen them popped on other 34's I've looked at, which I'll redo as well. I already have decided that I don't care for the brushed aluminum look inside with the Classic/Limited decor. Just doesn't work, you know? So what I'll do is pull sections as they fail and clean the aluminum underneath, then go back afterward with all new material.
An Airstreamers' projects are never done, eh?