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Discussion in 'Camper Restoration Projects' started by JoJo77, Jun 11, 2020.
This Reno took about 8 months. What you can't see is all the water damage in the roof, floor, and many other places that were repaired. It has an entire new Goshen lift system also. It was a fun project and we're gonna be using her for the first time in 3 weeks. We can't wait! It's a 94 Palomino Stallion.
Here are a few pics during Reno.
Wow. Great job. Your first trip out you will be so proud!
Family and I are very excited!
Looks sweet...job well done...no the fun part is coming....enjoying it
Thank you, can't wait!
What a great job, well done
Wow!! Nice job! Enjoy your trip.
Amazing that you kept the faith after 8 months of tedious, hard work! Enjoy!
I worked on it off and on during that time. A lot of cold winter days in my unheated Michigan garage lol.
Awesome job! I’m currently undertaking our 1994 palomino mustang rebuild. Good stuff!
Good luck, take your time
Great job! So happy to see that you still have a sink.
Nice job, the backsplash you added is a nice touch. How did you attach it to the counter?
It looks so good! I’m sure y’all will enjoy it!
Looks great! What did you use for the countertops?
Amazing! Great work!
I believe he used Adhesive Vinyl Film.... I see it at home depot... also looks like he added new countertop trim..
1. Vinyl Film: https://www.homedepot.com/p/d-c-fix...Door-Renovation-Decoration-F3468031/303788588
2. Trim: Barb T Molding: https://www.amazon.com/Outwater-Ind...keywords=Barb+T+molding&qid=1592915934&sr=8-8
I used a laminate sheet from Menards and attached it with contact cement. Cut a groove into the edge of counters with a router and attached a T-molding.