Originally Posted by ojs_babydoll
I am trying to figure out what to do with this 60's to 70's Airstream trailor. It is a mess of mold from the heat being left on and carbonmonoxide being made threw the RV and mositure being trapped..... My father passed away in this trailer and was found six months later. Some people have got together and are trying to clean and fix it up and are dedicated to do what it takes. I would like some GOOD advise on what to do with it or how to fix it back for selling if it is sellable. If not sellable it would be nice to know where it could be sent to for parts or destruction. Thanks
Well, umm, welcome to the forums.
I think that the trailer should probably be dismantled and scrapped, if for no other reason than the trailer would have a really bad odor problem. It would be worst when it is damp, for obvious reasons. The bacteria that cause the odor will have gotten into the upholstery of the beds, furniture, curtains, anything plastic, even the insulation between the inside and outside shell. I am sorry to say that there is almost no way, short of a complete frame off restoration with the replacement of everything that could absorb odor, a huge, expensive job. Maybe another forum member has an idea, but...