So, I picked up this strange little pop up this week, and have already started restoring it. It's a 1965 Irwin's Kamper....nothing to be found online about it at all, but a similar one called the Koch Kamper was made around the same time, and there's some info on there. It's in really good shape, structurally. This is the "casita" of pop ups...all fiberglass except the floor. I found one small (maybe 8"x3") spot of rot at the rear right corner. Going to look for the leak today and decide if I want to cut out that small area, or repair it with that epoxy stuff. Tenting came off yesterday, and was shipped to Canvas Replacements. Little disappointed in the pricing, honestly, as this project is WAY simpler than a traditional PUP, but not much price difference. Guess that's how it goes. I actually have access to industrial sewing machines in my husband's parachute loft, and am a good seamstress....but I always weigh the value of my time in hiring people to do things vs. me working the same amount of hours to pay a pro to do it. In other words, as a nurse, I can pick up one extra shift and earn enough to pay these guys to do the canvas. They do their job they are good at, I do mine. LOL. Of course, some DIY things are fun, and the rule doesn't apply. Sewing all those zippers and screens? Doesn't sound like fun. It's cold here for Texas....it was actually a bonus yesterday when I pried up the peel and stick tiles. They were brittle and mostly popped right off with a screwdriver. I also swept and ran a shop-vac yesterday, then my hubby drug it into the garage so I can heat it enough to start painting the inside. Think I'm going to stick with white. We have gallons of oil based white left over from a house remodel last year, so, save some money. Going to get some flooring today too. I need to troubleshoot wiring, and while carpentry and sewing are my really strong skills, electrics, not so much. The tail lights work, but the left blinker doesn't. All of the wires are just strung along in the inside shell. Easy access, but I will have to secure them somehow. They dangle right near the bunks. That's all so far. I'll attach some pics in another post.