I'm in the planning phase of a complete remodel on our 77 sovereign
. This will be a first for us but luckily I have years of experience with custom home remodels on my side.
After collecting quite the scrap book I'm very drawn to the warm copper endcap detail on the interior of the "Orvis Airstream". My first thought as an electrician is that Copper and aluminum are on the opposite ends of the reactance spectrum, so they definitely do not mix and will corrode in short order.
I've considered everything from a faux copper finish to insulating the materials with spray-on undercoating, but I get stuck at the rivets needing to be of one or the other material.
Does anyone have any experience with this?