erniee, September 25, 2018 in Modifications
WOW! First time I have seen that wood in a coach! Only one time in a house!
We have this Hickory in our coach, also
We have the one width vs the 3,5,7 inch widths of the Foretravel
Ernie, you got my vote! Like the same width better and blends in nicely! Wish Linda would allow me to get rid of the electric heated tile (works in 1/2 of coach, the other half is dead & cold)!
Carl, we just did a Prevost Country Coach and added new electric heat.
Hickory in our Foretravel- real walnut interior
You never fail to impress!
Since we purchased the Foretravel, we have added new shades, valances- a thorough cleaning by our cleaning lady took 2 days. Same with the outside detailed. New cabinet tops are at the fabricator. New upholstery pieces are waiting to be installed. Just another money pit- but not like the Liberty
Why did you sell the Liberty?
Huge money pit. Too many complicated electrical systems. Time to simplify life
Ernie, you are the second person that I know that got rid of a Prevost for mainly electrical issues.
Just think if your water pump failed and you couldn’t flush. Headhunter toilet must have a headhunter water pump- at 1000 bucks.
in this Foretravel there was a microfor - that went in the trash replaced by a 320 Dometic- manual operation
WOW! I thought my parts was expensive!
Main floor completed
Bedroom completed. I added insulation to bed box as the engine is there and could hear the engine on our initial drive home. My Wanderlodge and Prevost were very quiet. I also made a cover for the heat sink skylight, which we haven’t had one of these in 25 years. Brenda did the bed skirt.
Entry work. Tomorrow will be a little twist from my all wood/rubber tread entries.
That's a complete re-model. In reference to steps, that leaves tile, metal or slate....painted metal & sand?
New tile has been added and the new rubber treads will be installed, properly, upon grouting of the tile.
That I was not expecting, looks great and functional.
Trimmed out new Samsung with walnut from old Dometic
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