Hello, Ive been reading for quite a while and figured that it was about time I posted something up. A few weeks ago I was talking to a friend that had recently bought his family an older tt. I asked him what happened to his old pop up he had told me he had. He said that it had been in a bad hailstorm last spring that had punched a bunch of holes in the roof. He said that it had spent the summer under a tarp in a field. When asked what he was going to do with it, he said nothing. He was just going to discard it and let it rot, and/or haul it to a dump. I told him that it was a shame. He said, if you want it come get it. I thought, well, for free Id give repairing it a shot. Weve been devout tent campers and have nice gear, so we werent really looking for a pup and will still go the tent route when were on our off road excursions. I hadnt seen it or even knew much about it. Except that it was free. But we went and got it and hauled it home. Its a 1960 Montgomery Ward. Neat little trailer with a slide out galley on the rear. My friend had added a few things to it. It has a 30A and a 15A power cord, hose hookup to a sink that drains into an aquatainer. It has an onboard battery that Ive wired to be charged from the tow vehicle. A 3 burner stove and onboard propane tank. That has a T fitting and hose set up to go to either my lil buddy heater or a propane lantern. Have a few little things like a 12v light and 12v fan. The canvas was in very good shape with only a few holes in the canvas and screens. The roof on the other hand had been nearly demolished. It had some fiberglass repair attempted on some cracking prior to the hail storm. However that repair was done poorly and I had to remove nearly all of the old repairs. As youll see in later pictures, there were multiple holes throughout the roof that went straight through the roof and still more cracks and dents from smaller stones. There were some stress fractures in the rear plastics and a few places that had been broken off. The expensive part was the morning after we brought it home. I stepped over the hitch too quickly and wasnt used to this style of hitch. The latch caught the inside of my thigh and promptly ripped an 8 inch gash into my leg. Which of course resulted in a trip to the E.R. and stitches. So, keep in mind just about everything Ive done so far to the trailer, Ive done with stitches in my leg. lmao Right after we brought it home. I had placed blue tape under each of the roof damage spots to make them easier to spot from outside.