Ours really isn't a restoration project (per se'), but there are a few things that need to be done before it is as perfect as we want it. We bought our 2008 Coleman/Fleetwood Arcadia a couple of weeks ago, but are just starting to explore and examine it. We have been having (almost) daily thunderstorms and bad wind, so it sat in the front yard until Wednesday - closed. I was able to get outside and caulk everything from the roof rails to the electric cord cover. I was also able to get it popped up for inspection and testing of all appliances and electrical that day. We assessed what needed to be done to the camper while sitting inside the camper - 90deg outside, ~74 inside! I couldn't test any of the gas appliances because of a propane leak at the regulator - which I'll have to fix while I'm off. We wrote down all model numbers of the appliances, converter, LP sensor - everything - so that I could download manuals since the P.O. didn't have them. We noted that the valences would need new elastic or complete replacement since they were sagging a LOT and looked pretty bad. The rest of the curtains need cleaning, so we are going to have to figure out how to do that without messing up the vinyl backing. The whole inside will need a thorough cleaning. Also, the elephant in the room! The only major problem with this camper (which we knew when we bought it AND the reason this IS a Restoration Project) is that it had, or maybe still has(?), a leak at the A/C opening. The P.O. installed a piece of fiberglass shower panel between the roof braces at the A/C opening to cover the damaged ceiling. It covers it, but looks like CRAP! Plus I know the damage is there and it is bugging me to get it fixed! The plan is to 1)Remove the A/C 2)Remove the fiberglass panel 3)Remove the 2 roof braces where the delamination is 4)Tear out the rotted luan and cut it back to good wood 5)Hopefully save the foam 6)Cut and glue (using Loctite PL Premium)a luan patch panel up, supported with plywood and 2x4s for 24hrs 7)Install a textured, peel and stick, vinyl wallpaper to the repair 8)Paint the entire ceiling 9)Install 4" Eternabond from the roof, through the opening, onto the ceiling to prevent water from entering between the layers again. 10)Re install A/C with a new gasket and new ceiling assembly. Well that is where we are at with our "Project" camper as of now. I will be updating with pictures as I go along.