That looks great!! I have a 1986 Mustang, same configuration we are working on. Our first trip out this summer the queen bed pulled away from the frame, and dropped my wife and I on the pavement outside the camper! So...after rebuilding the king bed side, I'm now rebuilding the queen side.
When we purchased the camper it had been gutted, and only had the queen side intact. Do you happen to have any pictures of the bed rail stops on yours? I'm about 90% sure I'm missing all the stops on mine.
Thanks in advance!
That makes perfect sense, thanks!sure… this isn’t the best picture and maybe yours is different, but the bed stop mounts to the end of the bed board and is an aluminum extrusion with a lip that stops against the end walls of the camper. This is why I said I think the metal strapping from the side wall to the end wall is necessary, because otherwise you only have about four wood screws keeping you from falling on the ground!
Thanks! We are definitely antsy. Our maiden voyage is next week. Further than I would like (700 miles) for a maiden voyage, but I think she is road worthy.Very well done. Now that you are seeing the end results I bet you are getting anxious to give it her maiden voyage. Thank you for allowing us to follow along on your progress. Good luck on the rest of the project.