Sunday, June 26, 2011

It's been way too long...

Update with pictures!

Finally an update with some photos! Sorry it's been a long time between posts.

Propane: I ran new 3/8 copper under the trailer and into the wheel well area and put in a shutoff valve. I found the valve at home depot in the water heater area. I had use a mip to flare fitting to make both ends 3/8 flare.

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Next, I ran a six foot propane hose from the valve, through the wall, and to the wave 3 heater. I used a PC desk hole finish fitting to make the hole look nice. I think the bent hose to the heater looks pretty good…

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My bro in law and I have been working on building wings. Here’s some pics of our progress. I think they are going to turn out pretty nice:

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I disassembled the stove/oven and rebuilt it with new insulation. I had the front facing parts powder coated white and it turned out really nice.

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Fantastic fan is in and working great

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I cut an air access hole for the converter and finished it off with a decorative floor heater cover from lowes:

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I got the water tank installed and plumbed from the gravity fill and to the sink:

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Here's a pic of one of the dinette seats installed to see what it looks like:

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Here is the fabric we'll be using for the curtains:



Here is the fabric our futon cover will be in:

Carrie, Orange

2 comments:

  1. Wow! Everything looks great! I have a 1964 Shasta. Aren't they so much fun to work on?? Well, eventually you will see the rewards! ;D

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  2. Love love love your fabric choices! Way too cute.

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