Originally Posted by Shacksman
Why don't you do like most people do, tear out the inside and throw everything away then advertise that all the hard work has been done.
ha! so true.
We looked quite some time to find a sound Airstream that rolled, where the owner hadn't made improvements that were preciou$ to them.
Having everything accessible around the trailer is a huge plus, as is having cleaned the inside. Others may disagree, but when I see weeds around the coach and dust inside that has settled since the Clinton administration, in my mind, I feel I'm doing them a favor by removing an eyesore and am going to offer less. Just my POV.
Finally: I don't expect to get my investment back, ever. We fix these things up the way we like them for our use, and the next person isn't necessarily of the same mind. When in doubt, do not make the spend. (Goes for most homes, too, unless you are a pro flipper.)
I'm intrigued by the eBay suggestion. Believe it or not, perhaps now is a good time, with the coronovirus issue, many rethinking their lives. I was on a vintage townhall meeting on Zoom and several attendees had recently bought new project trailers.